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National Epic

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The concept of a National epic, a mythological or partly mythological large work of epic poetry of defining importance to a certain nation (a political (or would-be) entity and/or an ethno-religuous identity), is a product of the 19th century phenomenon of Romantic nationalism. Examples of epics that have been enlisted as

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