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Epic By Ginn Williams
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Epic is the first book of poetry from the unapologetic and bold poet/spoken word artist Ginn Williams. Epic is comprised of five chapters, Love, Hurt, Life, Moving On, and an explosive fifth chapter... More > that is a must read. It includes the dramatic photography of Ian Young. People are calling Epic beautiful, honest, deep, and fresh.< Less
Epic By Ginn Williams
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Epic is the first book of poetry from the unapologetic and bold poet/spoken word artist Ginn Williams. Epic is comprised of five chapters, Love, Hurt, Life, Moving On, and an explosive fifth chapter... More > that is a must read. It includes the dramatic photography of Ian Young. People are calling Epic beautiful, honest, deep, and fresh.< Less
The Breaking of the Epic By Taysha McMahon
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Taysha's third publication of poetic art.
The Breaking of the Epic By Taysha McMahon
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Taysha's third publication of poetic art.
The Gilgamesh Epic By Morris Jastrow, Albert T. Clay
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An old Babylonian version of the Gilgamesh epic, on the basis of recently discovered texts. Among the earliest known works of literary fiction. Scholars believe that it originated as a series of... More > Sumerian legends and poems about the mythological hero-king Gilgamesh, which were gathered into a longer Akkadian poem much later; the most complete version existing today is preserved on 12 clay tablets in the library collection of the 7th century BCE Assyrian king Ashurbanipal. Gilgamesh might have been a real ruler (ca. 27th century BCE). The essential story revolves around the relationship between Gilgamesh, who has become distracted and disheartened by his rule, and a friend, Enkidu, who is half-wild and who undertakes dangerous quests with Gilgamesh. It is about their becoming human together, and has a high emphasis on immortality. A large portion of the poem illustrates Gilgamesh's search for immortality. The epic is widely read in translation, and the hero, Gilgamesh, has become an icon of popular culture.< Less
Analyzing the Absurd (poetry vol. 2): delightful, dopamine discharge and other books, too... By John E. Epic
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Vol. 2 of John E. Epic's poetry that analyzes the absurd. Over 300 poems that will bring anger toward the atrocities we witness and do nothing about, appreciation for the ugly and mundane, and will... More > enlighten the reader with the acceptance toward the absurdity of a conscious reality that us humans must endure.< Less
One-Page Epics By Robbi Ramirez
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Orlando poet Robbi Ramirez releases his first collection of diverse but always fascinating poems.
Epic of Creation Vol 5 By Deon Duke
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The Epic of the Angel of Champions By CB Cooper
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The Angel of Champions is the story of love and loss entertwined with a war in heaven between Aurora (Satan) and God.
Kalevala: The Epic Poem of Finland By Elias Lonnrot
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The Kalevala ([kɑlɛʋɑlɑ]) is a 19th century work of epic poetry compiled by Elias Lonnrot from Finnish and Karelian oral folklore and mythology. It is regarded as the... More > national epic of Finland and is one of the most significant works of Finnish literature. The Kalevala played an instrumental role in the development of the Finnish national identity, the intensification of Finland's language strife and the growing sense of nationality that ultimately led to Finland's independence from Russia in 1917. The first version of The Kalevala (called The Old Kalevala) was published in 1835. The version most commonly known today was first published in 1849 and consists of 22,795 verses, divided into fifty songs (Finnish: runot). The title can be interpreted as "The land of Kaleva" or "Kalevia".< Less