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Bakhtin, Mikhail Mikhailovich, "Epic and Novel" in The Dialogic Imagination, University of Texas Press, 1981.

Boileau, Nicholas, The Art of Poetry, translated by John Dryden, Rentley, 1683.

Clark, John, A History of Epic Poetry, Haskell, 1973.

Cook, Patrick, "The Epic Chronotope from Ariosto to Spenser," in Annali D'Italianistica, Vol. 12, 1994, pp. 115-142.

Dacier, Anne, Letters, "Preface to Homer," and Notes to Iliad, in Madame Dacier: Scholar and Humanist, edited by Fern Farnham, Angel Press, 1976.

Dryden, John, Essays of John Dryden, edited by W. P. Ker, Clarendon Press, 1926.

Dubois, Page, History, Rhetorical Description and the Epic: From Homer to Spenser, Brewer, 1982.

Feeney, D.C., "Epic Hero and Epic Fable," in Comparative Literature, Vol. 38, 1986, pp. 137-158.

Lewalski, Barbara, "The Genres of Paradise Lost: Literary Genre as a Means of Accommodation," in Milton Studies, Vol. 17, 1983.

Rowe, Elizabeth Singer, Letters Moral and Entertaining in Prose and Verse, Robert Johnson, 1805.

Quint, David, Epics and Empire: Politics and Generic...

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