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9th Aug '17 8:36:15 PM Narutaki2012
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* ''Literature/MartinFierro'': The poem is about a {{Gaucho}} who recounts his life full of misadventures singing thirty three improvised songs. This format could be a parody or pastiche (José Hernández was a CattleBaron who wanted to imitate the style of the [[{{Gaucho}} gauchos]]), but Creator/JorgeLuisBorges thinks the book could be classified as a novel.

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* ''Literature/MartinFierro'': The poem is about a {{Gaucho}} who recounts his life full of misadventures singing thirteen songs in the first part, and thirty three improvised songs.songs in the second part. This format could be a parody or pastiche (José Hernández was a CattleBaron who wanted to imitate the style of the [[{{Gaucho}} gauchos]]), but Creator/JorgeLuisBorges thinks the book could be classified as a novel.
9th Aug '17 8:24:36 PM Narutaki2012
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* ''Literature/MartinFierro'': The poem is about a [[Gaucho]] who recounts his life full of misadventures singing thirty three improvised songs. This format could be a parody or pastiche (José Hernández was a CattleBaron who wanted to imitate the style of the [[{{Gaucho}} gauchos]]), but Creator/JorgeLuisBorges thinks the book could be classified as a novel.

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* ''Literature/MartinFierro'': The poem is about a [[Gaucho]] {{Gaucho}} who recounts his life full of misadventures singing thirty three improvised songs. This format could be a parody or pastiche (José Hernández was a CattleBaron who wanted to imitate the style of the [[{{Gaucho}} gauchos]]), but Creator/JorgeLuisBorges thinks the book could be classified as a novel.
9th Aug '17 8:23:52 PM Narutaki2012
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* ''Literature/MartinFierro'': The poem is about a [[Gaucho]] who recounts his life full of misadventures singing thirty three improvised songs. This format could be a parody or pastiche (José Hernández was a CattleBaron who wanted to imitate the style of the [[{{Gaucho}} gauchos]]), but Creator/JorgeLuisBorges thinks the book could be classified as a novel.
8th Apr '17 9:05:22 AM SorPepita
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* ''The Poem of the Cid'' on the exile and redemption of El Cid Compeador, (very) loosely based on his real exploits.

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* ''The Poem of the Cid'' on the exile and redemption of El Cid Compeador, Campeador, (very) loosely based on his real exploits.
11th Dec '16 5:48:05 AM livestockgeorge
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* ''The Wanderings of Oisin,'' by Creator/WilliamButlerYeats, a retelling of the later part of the Ossian legend, in which the poet travels away to Tir Na Nog and leaves Ireland behind for 400 years, before getting homesick. Memorably, this poem is narrated by Oisin himself to St. Patrick in the DistantFinale. Yes, ''that'' St. Patrick. He's a bit of a [[GoodIsNotNice]] jerkass, in fact.

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* ''The Wanderings of Oisin,'' by Creator/WilliamButlerYeats, a retelling of the later part of the Ossian legend, in which the poet travels away to Tir Na Nog and leaves Ireland behind for 400 years, before getting homesick. Memorably, this poem is narrated by Oisin himself to St. Patrick in the DistantFinale. Yes, ''that'' St. Patrick. He's a bit of a [[GoodIsNotNice]] jerkass, [[GoodIsNotNice jerkass]], in fact.
11th Dec '16 5:46:55 AM livestockgeorge
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* "Literature/TheBalladOfTheWhiteHorse"

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* "Literature/TheBalladOfTheWhiteHorse""Literature/TheBalladOfTheWhiteHorse" by Creator/GKChesterton


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* ''The Wanderings of Oisin,'' by Creator/WilliamButlerYeats, a retelling of the later part of the Ossian legend, in which the poet travels away to Tir Na Nog and leaves Ireland behind for 400 years, before getting homesick. Memorably, this poem is narrated by Oisin himself to St. Patrick in the DistantFinale. Yes, ''that'' St. Patrick. He's a bit of a [[GoodIsNotNice]] jerkass, in fact.
21st Oct '16 7:44:53 PM RonnieR15
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* ''Literature/MiksMammoth'' by Roy Gerrard
31st Jul '16 4:52:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''The Adventures And Brave Deeds Of The Ships Cat On The Spanish Maine: Together With The Most Lamentable Losse Of The Alcestis and Triumphant Firing of the Port of Chagres'' by RichardAdams

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* ''The Adventures And Brave Deeds Of The Ships Cat On The Spanish Maine: Together With The Most Lamentable Losse Of The Alcestis and Triumphant Firing of the Port of Chagres'' by RichardAdamsCreator/RichardAdams
14th Jul '16 8:38:07 AM Malady
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* ''Literature/AutobiographyOfRed'' by Anne Carson.
14th Jul '16 8:23:23 AM Malady
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* ''Literature/{{Impulse}}'' and ''Literature/{{Identical}}'', YoungAdult verse novels by Creator/EllenHopkins.

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* ''Literature/{{Impulse}}'' and ''Literature/{{Identical}}'', Creator/EllenHopkins multiple series of YoungAdult verse novels by Creator/EllenHopkins.novels. ''Literature/CrankTrilogy'', ''Literature/Impulse'', ''Literature/Identical'' are a few.
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