The original meaning of an "epic" was a long narrative poem about the deeds of a mythical hero, often in elevated language and originally in oral forms before being set down in writing.
The modern usage refers to productions and events in similarly grandiose or larger-than-life style.
The word 'description' is a noun, a word for a spoken or written representation or account of someone or something; a word for a thing.
Conveying in words the appearance or nature of something, describing a scene or an event, a verbal picture
To Directly Compare Two Unlike Things.
A paradox is something that seems contradictory. However, in order to be true paradox, the statement must actually be true.
Athens was stripped of its empire and became a second rate power.
Sparta became temporarily dominant until defeated and displaced by Thebes.
Fighting between Greek city-states continued on.
Persia reasserted control of the Greek cities of Asia Minor.
The weakened Greek city-states were unable to resist the rise of Macedonia.
its actually MECEDONIA
The verb phrase is "have written."
Every war defines irony of situation. It is also known as situational irony. It is a melodramatic disproportion to its presumed ends.
The Iliad and the Odyssey are both Epics.
Other examples of Epic poetry include the Aeneid, the Thebais, Tasso's Gierusallemme Liberata, and Milton's Paradise Lost.
Spenser's Faerie Queene, and Tennyson's Idylls of the King are also probably epics - but there is some debate around those poems.
No. A tercet is a three-line stanza. A sestet is a six-line stanza.
Silence (it doesn't make a sound. It's gone if you call its name. Why? you broke the silence. But silence has no sound. Therefore, silence is the answer)
They had a large variety of farm products
It was used to express satire or to ridicule another person...