[PDF] Mythology Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes ✓ Edith Hamilton

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S the triumphs failures fears and hopes first narrated thousands of years ago and is still spellbinding to this dayEdith Hamilton is the acclaimed author of The Greek Way and The Roman Way which have been read by generations of readers around the world She was made an honorary citizen of Athens in 195 This is one of those books you hear about and then buy in a used bookstore and it languishes on your bookshelve

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Mythology Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes

Retells these stories with brilliant clarity but shows us how the ancients saw their own place in the world and how their themes echo in our consciousness today An essential part of every home library Mythology is the definitive volume for anyone who wants to know the key dramas the primary character Edith Hamilton may have written Mythology Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes than a half century ago and she ma

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For nearly seventy years readers have chosen this book above all others to discover the thrilling enchanting and fascinating world of Western mythology From Odysseus's adventure filled journey to the Norse god Odin's effort to postpone the final day of doom Edith Hamilton's classic collection not only This book is considered as a classic for a reason And I just wanted to say that this edition is GORGEOUS Please


10 thoughts on “Mythology Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes

  1. says:

    4 StarsWow So this took me almost a full year to get through And no I'm not actually joking shocking I know GR sa

  2. says:

    This book is considered as a classic for a reason And I just wanted to say that this edition is GORGEOUS Please BUY IT I promise that it'll look as AMAZING on your shelves as it does on mine D PS These beautiful photos aren't mine ;

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    This is the second in a series of six reviews focusing on books about Greek mythology The books included in this comparative evaluation areBulfinch's Mythology Modern Library Paperback Edition 2004Mythology by Edith Hamilton originally published in 1942; Back Bay Books edition of 1998The Greek Myths by Robert Graves Penguin Books combined edition 1992Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greece by Gustav Schwab Pantheon Books copyright 194

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    Mythology Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes Edith HamiltonEdith Hamilton's Mythology succeeds like no other book in bringing to life for the modern reader the Greek Roman and Norse myths that are the keystone of Western culture the stories of gods and heroes that have inspired human creativity from antiuity to the present We meet the Greek g

  5. says:

    Edith Hamilton may have written Mythology Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes than a half century ago and she may have been fairly ancient when she did so but she still put out one seriously readable bookHamilton took from t

  6. says:

    This book makes me feel smarter says my GR friend in her review of this book I worked the same for meGreek Roman and Norse mythologies are so old because they have been in existence thousands and thousands of years even before Christ was born No wonder that many literary works have been based on them Even the names of the planets and the stars Even the names of my mortal as they are relatives and friends I have a nephew by a cousin in Cana

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    4 stars Basically this gif sums up most of Greek mythologyNot even kidding a little bitAnyways mythology is always something I was interested in and loved it's in so much of our everyday life still in the stories we tell and our history I know most of my real life friends read this in the 10th grade but my class read The Odyssey only and I've always meant to get to this book but didn't until nowI listened to the audio of

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    Hm I declared August History Month and read amongst various others Bulfinch's Mythology of which I was uite disappointed In my research of his

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    This is one of those books you hear about and then buy in a used bookstore and it languishes on your bookshelves for years until you finally pick it up and then you just end up thinking to yourself why didn't I pick this up sooner Only it's also one of those books that really works better as a reference than as

  10. says:

    Pindar in the early fifth century tells the tale about the feast Tantalus made the gods and protests that it is not true The punishment of Tantalus is described often first in the Odyssey from which I have taken it Amphion's story

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