The Classic Line: A Study in Epic Poetry

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Indiana University Press, 1966 - Epic poetry - 314 pages
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Focusing particular attention on "Beowulf", "Roland", the "Cid", the "Iliad", the "Odyssey", the "Aeneid", the "Divine comedy", and "Paradise lost", the author examines the formal rhetorical and syntactical features in these poems.

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