Bulfinch's Mythology

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Dell Pub. Co., 1967 - Fiction - 448 pages
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The justly famous Mythology by Thomas Bulfinch contains three volumes the major contents of which are retained in this abridgment for the student and general reader. The Age Of Fable -- The gods and goddesses of Greece and Rome, as well as the mythology of the Germanic tribes, England and the Near East. The Legend Of Charlemange -- Accounts of the reign of the first great French Emperor, his wars and conquests. The Age Of Chivalry -- King Arthur and his court, Lancelot and Guenever, and the death of Arthur.

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I was having trouble analyzing British poetry in English senior year, but I picked up an illusion here and there to what little I knew of Greek and Roman mythology. So I got myself a used copy of this ... Read full review

Contents

THE AGE OF FABLE OR STORIES OF GODS AND HEROES Preface
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Introduction
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Prometheus and P An dor a
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Copyright

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About the author (1967)

Thomas Bulfinch was a respected scholar who lived from 1796-1867. He is best known for his "Mythology, " which popularized myth and fable.