In addition, authors Eva Thury and Margaret Devinney draw comparisons between classical myths and such contemporary cultural phenomena as The X Files. Introduction to Mythology, ,,, ,, Eva M. Thury; Margaret K. Devinney, Oxford University. Introduction to Mythology has 74 ratings and 4 reviews. Introduction to Mythology: Contemporary Approaches to Classical and World Myths Eva M. Thury.
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Myths of creation and destruction — Pt. Ovid — The Bible: Genesis creation — Mesopotamia: Prose Edda creation — North America: Zuni, Hopi, Navajo — Africa: Uganda and Nigeria infro China: Popol Vuh — Pt. Ovid flood — The Bible: Prose Edda Ragnarok — Pt.
The epic of Gilgamesh — Applying theory: Prose Edda heroes — Africa: Raven — African and African-American trickster stories — Greece: Prometheus — Applying theory: Demeter and Persephone — Egypt: Isis and Osiris — Applying theory: Heracles and Dionysus — Pt. Jung — Applying theory: Grimm’s Mytholog tales — Rome: Poetry and myth — “Yellow woman”: Viewable in new browser window: Table of contents only Opens in a new window Loading Table of Contents. Add Spaces will separate tags.
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