Lengthy composition, elegy, epistle, or canto in verse pertaining to a heroic journey, event, or individual. Works in this category are often derived from the genre designation on the title page.
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|1651||An epic poem on Adam and Eve. With poetry, on two ladies in disguise. A short pastoral: also the soliloquy of a young lady ; together with a poem, an elegy, and a vindication of fate in marriage: to which is added, rules for polite behaviour. By Ann Holmes, Redmire ; Wensleydale.||
Joseph Todd (Bedale)
|600||Epistles on Women, Exemplifying their Character and Condition in Various Ages and Nations. With miscellaneous poems. By Lucy Aikin.||
Joseph Johnson and Co. (London)
|14961||Epistles on Women, Exemplifying their Character and Condition in Various Ages and Nations. With miscellaneous poems. By Lucy Aikin.||
Thomas B. Wait and Co. (Boston)
William Wells (Boston)
|8376||The Epics of the ton; or, the glories of the great world: a poem, in two books, with notes and illustrations. The Second Edition, with considerable Additions.||
Charles and Richard Baldwin (London)
|5438||The glorious revolutions of 1782. A heroic poem. In two parts. By a lady.||
|12949||The Henriade, an Epic Poem, in Ten Cantos. Translated from the French of Voltaire, into English Rhyme, with large Historical and Critical Notes.||
Arouet, Francois-Marie (Voltaire)
|1256||The Siege of Acre. An Epic Poem. In Six Books. By Mrs. Cowley.||
John Debrett [179 Piccadilly] (London)