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RYERSONENG 201Mary Economou GreenSpring

ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Hieros Gamos, Theogony

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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Knossos, Minoan Civilization, Mycenaean Greece

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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Bill Moyers, Cyparissus, Roman Mythology

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Chapter 1 reading: interpretation and definition of classical mythology. Myth: greek word mythos which means word , speech , tale or story . It was ori
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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Oedipus Complex, Collective Unconscious, Mythology

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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Phorcys, Acrisius, Venomous Snake

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Chapter 21 perseus and the legends of argos. Argos, mycenae, and tiryns are close geographically and in the sagas confused. Argos itself was associated
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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Sea Monster, Mycenaean Greece, Helenus

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Chapter 19 the trojan saga and the iliad. Leda bore these 4 children to zeus, who appeared to her in the form of a swan. * = not part of the trojan sag
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ENG 201 Chapter 2: CHAPTER 2 READING

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20 Oct 2016
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Chapter 2 reading: historical background of greek mythology. ** joining literary with archeological to get a story important ** During wwii, red army c
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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Oceanid, Coeus, Crius

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20 Oct 2016
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Was the first to give literary expression to a systematic explanation of how the gods, the universe and humankind came into being. He was an epic poet
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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Jungian Archetypes, Indo-European Languages, Erinyes

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17 May 2016
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Homer"s, for example, reflects a primitive belief that the universe can be understood in terms of a simple geography. The world is a flat disc with hil
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ENG 201 Chapter 20: chapter 20

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8 Dec 2016
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Chapter 20 the returns and the odyssey. Ajax the lesser (son of oileus) and agamemnon. Athena raised a storm in the aegean in anger at the sacrilege of
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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Twelve Olympians, Cronus, Guard Dog

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ENG 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Hekatonkheires

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