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  • noun Plural form of epic.

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Examples

  • Maybe I'm just getting too old for this crap ... but, honestly, the level of thought going into these "original epics" is miniscule.

    District 9...Good God!

  • I think the lesson Chan learned from reading Chinese epics is that it's perfectly okay if the beginning takes you 1500 pages.

    mrissa: Books read, early May

  • I think the lesson Chan learned from reading Chinese epics is that it's perfectly okay if the beginning takes you 1500 pages.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • His poetry, informed by the violence of Greek and Latin epics, augmented by the events of

    Robinson Jeffers

  • Rumanian literature, written in the Slavic tongue, boasts a few rhymed chronicles which are sometimes termed epics, while modern Rumanian prides itself upon Joan Delaemi's locally famous Epic of the Gypsies.

    The Book of the Epic

  • "He said he couldn't decide which of the epics was his favourite," his New York Times obituary reported.

    Jillian Burt: Grinderman is the First Great Band of the Anthropocene Epoch

  • Then some gentle editor at Fawcett took him aside and informed him politely that children do not read 400,000-word epics, and the story would have to find an adult audience or none at all.

    Back in communication

  • The most important texts about the Trojan War are two long poems, called epics because they tell of the heroic deeds of men long gone.

    The Trojan War

  • The most important texts about the Trojan War are two long poems, called epics because they tell of the heroic deeds of men long gone.

    The Trojan War

  • He traced the development of the Homeric poem back to sources no longer extant, and declared that the epics were a later construction, compounded out of heroic songs and primitive folk-poetry.

    HISTORIOGRAPHY

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