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The Relation of Myths to Folktales
Five Monolithic Theories
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Achilles Admittedly Aeschylus aetiological Akkadian ancient animals Aphrodite Apollo Artemis aspects associated Athena Bacchylides Bellerophon birth Bronze Age Cadmus Centaurs chapter Cheiron classical complex conception connected Crete cult culture daughter death Delos Demeter Dionysus divine myths dreams earth Egyptian Euripides Eurystheus example father fertility festival folktale functions Gaia Geryon Gilgamesh goddess gods Golden Age Greece Greek myths Hades Hera Heracles heroes heroic myths Hesiod Homer human idea Iliad imaginative implies important Iolcus Jason killing kind King Kronos Labours least Levi-Strauss literary Lykaon means Medea Mesopotamian mortal mother motif Mycenae Mycenaean mythical mythology myths and rituals narrative nature Odysseus Oedipus Okeanos Ouranos particular Pelops perhaps Persephone Perseus philosophy Pindar poems probably Prometheus pyre rational reference seems sixth century B.C. social society specific story symbolic tale Thebes themes Theogony theory Theseus things tion traditional Troy underworld versions whole wife Zeus