List of world folk-epics  

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World folk-epics are those epics which are not just literary masterpieces but also an integral part of the weltanschauung of a people. They were originally oral literatures, which were later written down by either single author or several writers.

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List of world folk-epics

African languages

American languages

Asian languages

European languages

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