Feast of the Wolfhound: (An Alexandrian Epic & Multitudinous Tale)

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This classic epic-poem that takes place between 326 B.C., and 286 B.C., unique in its modern form (a five-year intermittent project), of the funeral and thereafter saga of Alexander the Great, and its great feast and his beloved Hephaistion whom makes a brief unforgettable appearance, the poet tells the epic in poetic prose lone-line form. Alexander is dying, his generals outwardly are in a half daze, and are cutting up his empire mentally. Liken to Homer's heroes and Vergil's demise of Troy, the author, in a like manner-in ...

Feast of the Wolfhound: (An Alexandrian Epic & Multitudinous Tale) 2016, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN-13: 9781537077628

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