Bulfinch's mythology: the age of fables; The age of chivalry; Legends of Charlemagne

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Modern Library, 1934 - Fiction - 778 pages
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The author was a well-educated and underemployed bank clerk in Boston who used his spare time to research classical mythology. Thomas Bulfinch was born in 1796, one of three sons of the great ... Read full review

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No matter what other versions of the Greek myths you've read, there's a certain quaint charm to Bullfinch's take on the stories. Written in the 1850s, the book opens with a forward in which Bullfinch ... Read full review

Contents

UTEE PAS I Introduction
7
Prometheus and Pandora
15
Apollo and DaphnePyramus and Thisbe Cephalus and Procris
21
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Thomas Bulfinch was a respected scholar who lived from 1796-1867. He is best known for his "Mythology, " which popularized myth and fable.

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