By Vanda Zajko,Helena Hoyle
- Reveals the significance of mythography to the survival, dissemination, and popularization of classical fantasy from the traditional international to the current day
- Features chronologically equipped essays that deal with assorted units of myths that have been very important in each one historic period, in addition to their thematic relevance
- Features chronologically equipped essays that handle diversified units of myths that have been vital in every one ancient period, in addition to their thematic relevance
- Offers a chain of conscientiously chosen in-depth readings, together with either renowned and no more famous examples
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