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Google previewLouis Fourteenth and the Writers of his Age; being a course of lectures ... Introduction and translation by ... E. N. Kirk (1855)

by Jean Frédéric ASTIÉ, Edward Norris KIRK

The epopee is a calm and peaceful exposition of some great historical subject; mingled with episodes ; and having a regular development. The poet relates different events with a calmness which borders on indifference; and the facts are ...

Google previewThe Arts in Mind (2003)

Pioneering Texts of a Coterie of British Men of Letters by Ruth Katz, Ruth HaCohen

Fielding's Tom Jones, Amelia, and Joseph Andrews, are examples of what 1 call the Epic or Narrative Comedy: perhaps the Comic Epopee is a more proper term. UK 12. Leaving behind the problem of the fictive versus the real, Beanie now ...

Google previewThe popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1877)

by Popular encyclopedia

The heroes were here followed by the bards, and thus the epopee was formed. We therefore call this second period the epic age of the Greeks. The minstrel ( aoidos) now appears separated from the priest, but highly honoured, particularly ...

Google previewA popular and complete English dictionary (1848)

by John Boag

Epopee, e'p-o-pce', [Or. epos, a poom, and poieo, to make,) n. An epic poem. Mire properly, the history, action, orfuble, which makes the nubjectof an epif poem. Epos, e'pos, [Gr.j n. An epic poem, or its fable or subject. Epsom-Salt, Ip ' aSm-sAlt ...

Google previewA dictionary of etymology of the English language (1859)

and of English synonymes and paronymes by John Oswald

po'it, «< c«Koi»a r poe«"ic», *tom«03 'epopee ...

Google previewDictionary of the English Language (Complete and Unabridged) (2011)

by Samuel Johnson

EPOPEE (EPOPE'E) n.s.[epopo epick or heroick poem. Tragedy borrows from the epopee, and that which borrows is of less dignity, because it has not of its own. Dryd ...

Google previewNew Dictionary Armenian-English (2009)

by Matthias Bedrossian

'bloomfunguin, soloi, s: epopee. 'lbouritineup ad. heroically.

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (1988)

by Nila Gott

RENNIN eon _ AGE, OLAM, TIME, ETERNITY Eos _ DAWN, AURORA epic _ EPOS, POEM, SAGA, EPOPEE epicene _ NEUTER, SEXLESS epicure _ FRIAND (obsolete), GOURMET epigram _ MOT, POSY, ADAGE Epiphany _ MAGI (Trio), ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge on an Original Plan Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings Edited by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose (1845)

Miscellaneous and lexicographical, vol. 5

EPOPEE, Gr. é-rrorrmi'a, from e'rros, aword or saying, E'QUALIZE, Causing similar or same sensaand noieiv, to make. Its general and Etymological EQUALIZA'TION, tions; having the same or similar sense, as Mr. Twining observes, is, That of ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana, Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge (1845)

Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

EPOPEE, Gr. iiroiroita, from twos, a word or saying, and jtojeIv, to make. Its general and Etymological sense, as Mr. Twining observes, is, That of imitating or making by words. The work of Tragedy is on the passions ; and, in a dialogue, both of ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature (1995)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

epopee that a social group (such as a tribe) holds to be the origin of its name. In its most familiar use, eponym denotes a person for whom a place or thing is named, as in describing James Monroe as the eponym of Monrovia, Liberia.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1888)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

Quite a different turn was taken by the ambition of another class of imitators of Firdausi, especially during the last four centuries of the Hijra, who tried to create a new heroic epopee by celebrating in rhythm and rhyme stirring events of recent ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge. [With] Supp (1816)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

Fielding's Tom Jones, Joseph Andrews, and Pamela, are examples of what may be called the Epic or Narrati-ve Comedy, or perhaps more properly, the Comic Epopee. But the tp.agic poet, because be imitates characters more exalted, a«d ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

Fielding's Tom Jones, Jofrfh Andrews, Tins Pamela, are examples ot what may be called the Epic or Narrative Co- nicdy, or perhaps more properly, the Comic Epopee. But the tragic poet, because lie imitates characters more exalted, and ...

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