2 edition of Myth and myth-making found in the catalog.
Myth and myth-making
Murray, Henry Alexander
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by Henry A. Murray.|
|Series||Beacon paperback -- no. 307|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||375|
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Bruner, Kluckhohn, Levin, and McLuhan), six most welcome additional contributions (those of Messrs. Campbell, Dorson, Eliade, Lytle, Topitsch, and Wolff) --of which some were specially requested and some.
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Essays focusing on some of the ways in which myths have been made, and made to function, in the rich cultural history of Brand: Taylor And Francis. Mythic themes and philosophical probing in film as an art form, as seen in works of Preston Sturges, Jean Cocteau, Stanley Kubrick, and various other filmmakers.
Film is the supreme medium for mythmaking. The gods and heroes of mythology are both larger than life and deeply human; they teach us about the world, and they tell us a good story.
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This will help identify one of the reasons for myth-making in societies. Blackwood, Gary L. Perplexing People (Unsolved History).
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All four of the books so far have opened with Harry Potter at home with his obnoxious relatives, Aunt Petunia, Uncle Vernon and Cousin Dudley, the Dursleys.Tolkien's poem explained and defended creative myth-making.
The discussion was recorded in the book The Inklings by Humphrey Carpenter. The poem features words from "Philomythos" (myth-lover) to "Misomythos" (myth-hater) whoon defends mythology and myth-making as a creative art about "fundamental things".Drawing upon research in theatre, dance, and literary texts, Myth Performance in the African Diasporas will be crucial to academics interested in African performance viewed through the prism of myth making and spiritual/ritualistic stagings.