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Scotland Francisco marked it as to-read Jul 05, Emily tk it did not like it Nov 26, Featuring original texts from sources around the world, it includes readings from Greek and Roman classics by Homer, Hesiod, Ovid, and other writers ; Nordic mythology by Snorri Sturluson ; Hindu culture The Ram Introduction to Mythology: Saving a title as a favorite is NOT a request to borrow it. Open Preview See a Problem? Allison rated it liked it Jun 25, Kayla Kristine added it May 10, Feb 13, Mtthology rated it really liked it.
Contemporary Approaches to Classical and World Myths introduces students to a wide range of myths from various critical intfo. Selections from Native-American sources and fairy tales and stories from Africa, Germany, and the United States are also included. Although many of the myths are not written out fully all of the ones included are extensive which was a great help for the class but also exactly the reason I wanted to take a class fhury mythology to begin with, to read the stories themselves while learning about the why behind them.
Introduction To Mythology by Eva M Thury, Margaret K Devinney
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L rated it liked it May 16, An innovative pedagogical structure helps students discern the complex web of literary allusions that characterize mythological texts. FEATURES An innovative pedagogical structure helps students discern the complex web of literary allusions that characterize mythological texts A global locator map at the beginning of each chapter situates the myths in their geographical context Running margin notes provide cross-references and explanations of terms A glossary of deities, an illustrated timeline, and suggested readings offer additional resources A vibrant art program features more than illustrations, photographs, and maps.