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He pointed his finger in a mock-epic manner at Maury.
It is presented as a mock-epic melodrama about an ancient Roman legion preparing for war.
She favors a mock-epic style that went out with Rafael Sabatini.
But it is also true that holding anyone to such standards in this White House is to expect true heroism, not the mock-epic kind.
Together, the nine paintings suggest a mock-epic drama, couched in the language of cartoons, of comic siege and retreat.
Rhoetus was a character mentioned by Ovid in Book V of his mock-epic Metamorphoses.
Her mock-epic "Banyan," a work of poetry and prose, suggests that the problem with our understanding is not lack of knowledge but our insistent anthropomorphizing.
The Rape of the Lock and The Dunciad are masterpieces of the mock-epic genre.
Mock-heroic, mock-epic or heroi-comic works are typically satires or parodies that mock common Classical stereotypes of heroes and heroic literature.
Sacripante is also the name of boastful character in Alessandro Tassoni's mock-epic poem La secchia rapita.
A journey through snowbound Munich is recounted in swollen mock-epic diction, a masked ball in the confiding manner of Casanova's diary.
Edward Dorn, an author known for the mock-epic poem "Gunslinger" and other writings about the American West, died on Dec. 10 at his home in Denver.
Nussbaum gives Joyce the last word: the mock-epic passage where Leopold Bloom ascends to heaven, a latter-day Elijah, "like a shot off a shovel."
Its competitive, diplomatic elements are nicely balanced by a mock-epic tone, and the epic conflicts of fantasy kingdoms play out like a grand, profoundly cheesy fantasy novel."
The play, written by Arthur Mathews, Michael Nugent, and Paul Woodfull, represented the incident as a mock-epic melodrama about a Roman legion preparing for war.
Quite a difference between that and Malamud or Philip Roth or Don DeLillo, but, even with the difference, baseball in literature always has a mock-epic quality to it.
Dozens of texts appeared, many of them referencing the eighteenth-century British writer Alexander Pope, whose counterreligious, mock-epic poetry apparently contained plenty of references to knights and London.
The inevitable showdown has perversely comic undertones, but it's hard to smile knowing these characters will never be able to exit the tiny, grimy stage on which their mock-epic struggles take place.
The narrator makes the emperor Domitian and his court the objects of his ridicule in this mock-epic tale of a fish so prodigious that it was fit for the emperor alone.
It is the rich, dazzling, mock-epic telling of the pre- and post-slavery history of Martinique, and it signaled Mr. Chamoiseau's arrival on the scene as a major literary figure.
In Book V of Ovid's mock-epic Metamorphoses, Athis was a youth from India, son of Limnaee, a nymph of the River Ganges.
Marilyn Taniguchi asserted in School Library Journal that "Ritter writes in an idiom-laden, mock-epic style full of bombast and bravado...Reminiscent of Sid Fleischman."
Ben Jonson's poem "On the Famous Voyage (discussed in Andrew McRae's article, cited below) provides a mock-epic account of a journey along the excrement-lined ditch during the early seventeenth century.
The poem begins with a mock-epic opening (as had Pope's Rape of the Lock and as had Dryden's MacFlecknoe), calling all the muses to witness the glory of Philips's prosodic reform:
It can certainly be considered a mock-epic allegory that wraps in its translucent veils a provincial squabble between a church-lawyer, an archbishop and a Dean, i.e. a "Lilliputian" satire on ecclesiastical politics in Sterne's York.