10 thoughts on “Ελληνική μυθολογία

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    As most of the books that I know of on this subject, this book can be thematically divided into two parts, the first on gods, the second on heroes Tsiforos has organised the book into several short uniform in length stories, each being 8 pages long I suspect that this was done because it was originally written in parts, in the form of articles for the Greek magazine in the 60s Tsiforos is very eager to show that Greek Mythology has strong links with mythologies of other ea As most of the books that I know of on this subject, this book can be thematically divided into two parts, the first on gods, the second on heroes Tsiforos has organised the book into several short uniform in length stories, each being 8 pages long I suspect that this was done because it was originally written in parts, in the form of articles for the Greek magazine in the 60s Tsiforos is very eager to show that Greek Mythology has strong links with mythologies of other eastern civilisations These arguments often have deviated the focus from the actual stories and have made reading of the long book s...


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    This is BY FAR my absolutely favorite book of all time, written by my absolutely favorite author of all time


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