- from Latin epīstolicus, from Ancient Greek ἐπιστολικός (epistolikos, "suited to or in the style of a letter"). (Wiktionary)
“Being an inveterate experimentalist though, every other story ended up being told as some non-linear, multi-viewpoint mosaic (like the Jack Flash sections) or in an epistolic form as letters and journal entries (like in the Caucasus sections).”
“They've had to either in person or by letter submit a resignation to the pope, presumably they talked first to the epistolic nuncio, and then it rests with the pope to decide whether or not to accept a resignation.”
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