This text discusses how mythology intersects our lives, exploring purpose and meaning of existence. It includes the major Greek and Roman myths, including gods, heroes, and monstrous creatures, with a concerted focus on the "biggest" mythological stories ("The Iliad", "The Odyssey", "The Aeneid"). It also explores Norse mythology and legend, Arthurian legend, Egyptian mythology, Asian mythology, and Native American mythologyÜber den Autor:
Dr. Christopher W. Blackwell is Assistant Professor of Greek, Department of Classics, Furman University. Amy Hackney Blackwell is a freelance author who has an MA in history.
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