Teach Yourself Mythology

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McGraw-Hill, Nov 1, 1996 - Religion - 144 pages
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More than 60 years ago, the Teach Yourself series made its debut with titles such as Teach Yourself Flying, Teach Yourself Embroidery, and Teach Yourself Good English. Today this series continues its pioneering ways with hundreds of self-study titles reflecting 21st-century interests including computers, New Age subjects, and new technology as well as old favorites such as card games, arts and crafts, and foreign language. Each new Teach Yourself cover will boast a striking photograph that has a whimsical take on the book's subject. For quick information on the book's content, the cover also has a small bulleted list that lets readers know just what exactly awaits them inside and how the title will fit their needs.

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Contents

How Mythology Works
1
Middle Eastern Mythology
21
European Mythology
44
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Roni Jay is a freelance writer who has written many articles and texts for books and videos. Her previous titles include "Mystic Cats," "Feng Shui for Cats" and "Mythology," She lives in Devon, England.

Ros Jay is a Freelance Writer and Editor who specializes in writing business books in a clear, practical and jargon-free style. Her other books include Profitable Direct Marketing (also in this series), How to Write Proposals and Reports That Get Results (Pitman) and Successful Marketing Plans in a Week (Hodder and Stoughton).

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