Did you perhaps mean epopteia?
- n. Alternative form of epopee.
“Then, in the following year, Orlando plunged into epopoeia once more.”
“And what I say here of characters must apply to all that in this poem is, or ought to be, action and life, and not only in this epopoeia, but also in the dramatic poetry of Klopstock.”
“Mr. Addison in the _Spectators_, in his criticisms upon Milton, seems to have mistaken the matter, in endeavouring to bring that poem to the rules of the epopoeia, which cannot be done ...”
“To conclude the notes on this book, it may not be unneceflary to ob - ferve, that Camoens, in this epifode, has happily adhered to a principal rule of the epopoeia.”
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