Greek myths

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October 28, 2021

The Greek Myths (in English The Greek Myths) is a mythography, a compendium of Greek mythology, elaborated by the English poet and writer Robert Graves.

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It was published in 1955 and revised by the author in 1960. It systematizes the vast material of classical mythology according to a method consisting "of bringing together in a harmonious narrative all the disseminated elements of each myth, supported by little-known variants that can help to to determine its meaning, and to answer all the questions that arise in anthropological or historical terms ". [1]

See also

Dictionary of Greek and Roman mythology Classical mythology Mythology The Hebrew myths The white goddess

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Bibliography

Graves, Robert (2012). Greek myths. Abbreviated edition (272 pages), translation by Lucía Graves. Barcelona: Editorial Ariel. ISBN 9788434453111. - (2011). Greek myths. Foreword Carlos García Gual, translation by Esther Gómez Parro, 832 pages. Madrid: Editorial Gredos. ISBN 9788424920784. - (2011). Greek myths. Pocket edition in two volumes (560/608 pages), translation by Esther Gómez Parro. Madrid: Editorial Alliance. ISBN 9788420643489 / ISBN 9788420643496.

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Spanish text in PDF: Vol. 1; Vol. 2.

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