About Calliope

Calliope was one of the nine Muses in Greek mythology. She was considered the muse of epic poetry, heroic poetry and eloquence. In art and literature, Calliope was often depicted as a regal and graceful figure, inspiring poets and artists to create epic works of art and literature. Her influence was believed to be particularly strong among those who wrote epic poetry, such as Homer, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey. In ancient Greece, epic poetry was often performed in public gatherings, such as festivals or competitions, where it was judged and critiqued by the audience. 


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Patrick Rothfuss – The Name of the Wind

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