Neoteric

poetry genre practiced by the Novae Poetae in Rome in the 2nd and 1st centuries BCE; these poets wrote in reaction to the highly structured poetic genres and venerated originality; this genre relied heavily on Greek innovations in poetry and especially esteemed Callimachus; Catullus was one of the most famous Neoteric poets.
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Neoteric

Ne`o·ter'ic noun One of modern times; a modern.
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Neoteric

• (n.) One of modern times; a modern. • (a.) Alt. of Neoterical • (n.) One of modern times; a modern. • (a.) Alt. of Neoterical
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neoteric

neoteric 1. Having a recent, modern, or contemporary origin. 2. Referring to a new or modern writer, thinker, etc.
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Neoteric

The Neotericoi (Greek νεωτερικοί `new poets`), Neoterics or the Neoteric period refers to avant-garde poets and their poetry, specifically those Greek and Latin poets in the Hellenistic Period (323 BC onwards) who propagated a new style of Greek poetry, deliberately turning away from the classical Homeric epic poetry. Their poems featu.....
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neoteric

of recent origin; modern
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