Mythology, Volume 1969, Part 3

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Penguin Books, 1969 - Fiction - 335 pages
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A collection of Greek and Roman myths from various classical sources arranged in section on the gods and early heroes, love and adventure stories, heroes before and during the Trojan War, and lesser myths. Includes a brief section on Norse mythology.

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Reference book, used as a reference, HIGHLY USEFUL... - Goodreads
For an intro to Greek mythology, you could do worse. - Goodreads
An excellent overview of Greek/Roman myths. - Goodreads
Reference book, read cover to cover, BORING... - Goodreads
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This being my first text on any type of mythology, I can honestly say that I picked a good choice. It was read throughout the year for a mythology class I took in high school, and this book conjures ... Read full review

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Latin 1 - Mythology - Love Myths - Ceyx and Alcyone
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Introduction to Classical Mythology · Part One, Chapters I–II · Part One, Chapters III–IV · Part Two, Chapters I–II · Part Two, Chapters III–IV ... lit/ mythology/

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Beowulf and Mythology Dr. Nighan and Mr. Hatch
Probably the foremost historian and psychologist of mythology, Joseph Campbell, author of The Hero with a Thousand Faces, noted. ... english/ Anglo-Saxon/ mythbeo.html

Teaching for Content: Greek Mythology in French.
The texts used are a French translation of Edith Hamilton's classic "Greek Mythology" and a grammar review text designed for American students. ... ERICWebPortal/ recordDetail?accno=ED276262

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Experiencing Mythology and the Bible: Reading, Writing, Looking, and Dancing Lisabeth Comm I teach a one-semester English elective entitled Mythology and ... sici?sici=0013-8274(198911)78%3A7%3C34%3AEMATBR%3E2.0.CO%3B2-C

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Although Saturn changed greatly over time due to the influence of Greek mythology, he was also one of the few distinct Roman deities to predate and retain ... wiki/ Saturn_(mythology)

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Edith Hamilton’s Mythology
Edith Hamilton’s Mythology. Chapter 1. 1. Who was the king of the Titans who was overthrown by Zeus? Cronus. 2. What was Cronus’ Latin name? ... index_files/ Hamilton%201.doc

About the author (1969)

Edith Hamilton was born in 1967 in Dresden, Germany to American parents. She attended Miss Porter's School until her father's business went bankrupt, at which point Edith and her sisters taught themselves. Edith decided to become a teacher to support herself and attended Bryn Mawr, gaining a European Fellowship. While studying in Leipzig and Munich, Hamilton received a job offer from M. Carey Thomas to return to the States and Head the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore. Hamilton was just 29. She returned and accepted the position but never truly enjoyed the job. It wasn't until she retired that Hamilton found her calling. She moved to New York City and made friends with the theatrical and literary groups. In 1930, her book "The Greek Way" was published and Hamilton gained world renown as a classicist. It was her great honor to be made an honorary citizen of Athens in 1957. Edith Hamilton died in 1963.

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