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An Encyclopedia of Norse Mythology

By: James Hampton Belton

...An encyclopedia of Norse mythology based on the Project Gutenberg edition of Myths of the Norseman from the Eddas and Sagas by H.A.Guerber, with illustrations from Wikimedia Commons....

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An Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek and Roman Mythology

By: James Hampton Belton

...An enclopedia of Greek and Roman mythology based on Project Gutenberg's edition of Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome by E.M.Berens with illustrations from Wikimedia Commons. ...

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Hawaiian Mythology

By: Martha Beckwith

...Why after thirty years, should Beckwith’s Hawaiian Mythology be reprinted? Why, for the last twenty-five years, have scholars and amateurs alike sought for either new or used copies of this book which has become a rarity? To begin with, it was the first, and is still the only...

...This guide to the native mythology of Hawaii has grown out of a childhood and youth spent within sound of the hula drum at the foot of the domelike House of the Sun on the windy island of Maui. There, wandering along its rocky coast and sandy beaches...

...apa and Wakea. 293 -- Genealogies. 307 -- Era of Overturning . 314 -- Mu and Menehune People. 321 -- Runners, Man-Eaters, Dog-Men. 337 -- Hawaiian Mythology - The Moikeha-La?a Migration. 352 -- Hawaiiloa and Paao Migrations. 363 -- Ruling Chiefs. 376 -- Usurping Chiefs. 387 -- Kupua Stories. 403 -- Trickster Stories. 430 -- Voyage to the Land of the Gods. 448 -- Riddlin...

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The Tale of Lam-Ang and the Fire Giant

By: Mrs. Grace Caligtan, Compiler
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The Heroides

By: Publius Ovidius Naso; Tony Kline, Translator
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The Metamorphoses

By: Publius Ovidius Naso; Tony Kline, Translator
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Lúcifer : O primeiro anjo

By: Marcelo Hipolito
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Osíris : Deus do Egito

By: Marcelo Hipolito
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Mystery of the Bayeux Tapestry

By: Tendai Tagarira
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Journey to the West

By: Wu Cheng'en; Anthony C. Yu, Translator, editor

...aracters have agreed to help Xuanzang as an atonement for past sins. Journey to the West has a strong background in Chinese folk religion, Chinese mythology and value systems; the pantheon of Taoist immortals and Buddhist bodhisattvas is still reflective of Chinese religious beliefs today. Enduringly popular, the tale is at once an adventure story, a spring of spiritual...

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The Scriptures

By: Mu Pi Chan
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White Bones Red Rot Black Snakes

By: Bhikkhu Sujato

... suffering and great trials, and through it all an unquenchable longing to be free. This beautifully illustrated work is as layered and subversive as mythology itself. Based directly on authentic Buddhist texts, and informed with insights from psychology and comparative mythology, it takes a fresh look at how Buddhist women have been depicted by men and how they have depic...

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From the Night, The Prince Rises : An Ashen Twilight Story

By: Rae Lori

...rs on their quests. Much of what they know of humans are from their studies and what they know of other immortals are from books about fairytales and mythology....

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From the Night, The Prince Rises : An Ashen Twilight Story

By: Rae Lori

...rs on their quests. Much of what they know of humans are from their studies and what they know of other immortals are from books about fairytales and mythology....

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Secret of the Sands

By: Aren, Rai and E., Tavius

...gists race against time to decipher an ancient truth? A deep probing mystery riddled with prophecy and danger, Secret of the Sands uses Egypt and her mythology as a backdrop to delve into the meanings of life and religion. -McNally Robinson Rai Aren and Tavius E. have crafted a fast-paced, exciting novel overflowing with mystery and intrigue. The tension is constant. The c...

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Storming Heaven

By: Unknown; Tony Kline, Translator

...famous Elizabethans: Essex, Marlowe, Raleigh and Donne, within the context of the history of ideas, with reference to poetry, astrology, history, and mythology including the concept of the Goddess....

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Fire and für : The Last Sorcerer Dragony

By: Roger C. Schlobin

...ntinue to be both an inspiration and "goad." The references to Chinese mythology and the Gobi desert were inspired by The LaRousse Encyclopedia o... ...thology and the Gobi desert were inspired by The LaRousse Encyclopedia of Mythology, Roy Chapman Andrews' The New Conquest of Central Asia (The Amer... ...b Choices.” It is set in the pre-human Gobi desert and draws on Chinese mythology. Its major characters are dragons and cats. Of course, the cats...

... animated film, Fire and Fur might more properly be called "Smart Dragons, Dumb Choices.? It is set in the pre-human Gobi desert and draws on Chinese mythology. Its major characters are dragons and cats. Of course, the cats do speak (often caustically) since a few dragons are interesting enough (cats can still speak but no one is interesting enough to talk to anymore). Fir...

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Henrik Ibsen and Nordic Myth : Folklore archetypes in his early plays

By: James W. Bowers

...topic. As an undergraduate I had taken a course with Philip Wheelwright based upon his manuscript of "The Burning Fountain" and became interested in mythology. I subsequently spent a year at a Danish folk college, whose headmaster gave daily lectures on the pagan mythology of the Nordic folk. Until the 1950s not much had been done on the relationship between Ibsen and N...

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The Kumulipo

By: Will Kyselka

...f the world. This chant remains as an authentic work or primitive literature. Moreover, it is one of the principal sources of information on Hawaiian mythology, early culture, political structure, and way of life. The original text of the Kumulipo was first printed in Honolulu in 1889 from a manuscript copy in the possession of King Kalakaua. Several translations were made...

...egun research on the chant before 1938. She was perhaps already studying it twenty years earlier when she began planning another major work, Hawaiian Mythology, which was published in 1940 (reissued in 1970 by the University of Hawaii Press). In that book she refers several times to the Kumulipo, and gives translations of parts of it as worked out with specific Hawaiian in...

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The Soma Tantra : A Cosmic Tragedy, Book 1 of the Asura Trilogy

By: Obsidian Eagle

...ut a war against the moon. As a piece of literature it has few parallels since it sprawls across many genre boundaries including Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Mythology, Epic Poem and Spiritual Text. Yet despite an overtly serious tone, The Soma Tantra is also filled with a light-hearted campiness running throughout its pages....

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