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Mythology : Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes (Reprint): Hamilton, Edith: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
Mythology : Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes (Reprint)
Mythology : Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes (Reprint)
著者名 Hamilton, Edith
出版社 : Grand Central Pub
出版年月 : 2011/01
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780446574754

BookWeb価格 : MYR 40.16
会員価格 : MYR 36.14

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言語 : English
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Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A13280000
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Table of Contents
Foreword                                           v
Introduction to Classical Mythology                1  (16)
      The Mythology of the Greeks                  2  (10)
      The Greek and Roman Writers of Mythology     12 (5)
  PART ONE The Gods, the Creation, and the
  Earliest Heroes
    1 The Gods                                     17 (34)
      The Titans and the Twelve Great Olympians    17 (17)
      The Lesser Gods of Olympus                   34 (4)
      The Gods of the Waters                       38 (1)
      The Underworld                               39 (2)
      The Lesser Gods of Earth                     41 (5)
      The Roman Gods                               46 (5)
    2 The Two Great Gods of Earth                  51 (25)
      Demeter (Ceres)                              55 (7)
      Dionysus or Bacchus                          62 (14)
    3 How the World and Mankind Were Created       76 (19)
    4 The Earliest Heroes                          95 (26)
      Prometheus and Io                            95 (5)
      Europa                                       100(5)
      The Cyclops Polyphemus                       105(6)
      Flower-Myths: Narcissus, Hyacinth, Adonis    111(10)
  PART TWO Stories of Love and Adventure
    5 Cupid and Psyche                             121(14)
    6 Eight Brief Tales of Lovers                  135(25)
      Pyramus and Thisbe                           135(3)
      Orpheus and Eurydice                         138(5)
      Ceyx and Alcyone                             143(3)
      Pygmalion and Galatea                        146(4)
      Baucis and Philemon                          150(4)
      Endymion                                     154(1)
      Daphne                                       155(2)
      Alpheus and Arethusa                         157(3)
    7 The Quest of the Golden Fleece               160(21)
    8 Four Great Adventures                        181(15)
      Phaethon                                     181(5)
      Pegasus and Bellerophon                      186(5)
      Otus and Ephialtes                           191(2)
      Daedalus                                     193(3)
  PART THREE The Great Heroes before the Trojan
    9 Perseus                                      196(12)
    10 Theseus                                     208(16)
    11 Hercules                                    224(21)
    12 Atalanta                                    245(8)
  PART FOUR The Heroes of the Trojan War
    13 The Trojan War                              253(24)
      Prologue: The Judgment of Paris              254(1)
      The Trojan War                               255(22)
    14 The Fall of Troy                            277(14)
    15 The Adventures of Odysseus                  291(29)
    16 The Adventures of Aeneas                    320(25)
        Part One From Troy to Italy                321(9)
        Part Two The Descent into the Lower        330(5)
        Part Three The War in Italy                335(10)
  PART FIVE The Great Families of Mythology
    17 The House of Atreus                         345(28)
      Tantalus and Niobe                           346(4)
      Agamemnon and His Children                   350(13)
      Iphigenia among the Taurians                 363(10)
    18 The Royal House of Thebes                   373(21)
      Cadmus and His Children                      373(3)
      Oedipus                                      376(7)
      Antigone                                     383(6)
      The Seven against Thebes                     389(5)
    19 The Royal House of Athens                   394(16)
      Cecrops                                      395(1)
      Procne and Philomela                         396(3)
      Procris and Cephalus                         399(2)
      Orithyia and Boreas                          401(2)
      Creusa and Ion                               403(7)
  PART SIX The Less Important Myths
    20 Midas---and Others                          410(13)
      Aesculapius                                  412(3)
      The Danaids                                  415(1)
      Glaucus and Scylla                           416(3)
      Erysichthon                                  419(2)
      Pomona and Vertumnus                         421(2)
    21 Brief Myths Arranged Alphabetigally         423(19)
  PART SEVEN The Mythology of the Norsemen
      Introduction to Norse Mythology              442(4)
    22 The Stories of Signy and Sigurd             446(7)
    23 The Norse Gods                              453(14)
      The Creation                                 459(3)
      The Norse Wisdom                             462(5)
Genealogical Tables                                467(6)
Index                                              473

For decades 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 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 characters, the triumphs, failures, fears and hopes first narrated thousands of years ago - and still spellbinding to this day.