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Stephen Fry's 'Mythos': A Retelling of the Tales of Greek Antiquity

In February I wrote a review of Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology. As a response somebody recommended reading Stephen Fry’s Mythos. The books are similar in concept. 405 more words

Reviews

Narcissus and Echo

A tragic flaw
does not always a hero make.

She thought it did –
despite her beauty,
despite the Zeus’ who pursued her;
she set her sights on the unattainable. 153 more words

Poetry

El Salvador: Into a World of Myths and Legends

When trying to come up with a topic for my first article, I realized that I had to look no further than to the three small figures that have found a home sitting on my desk. 1,223 more words

Home Trotter

Suicide Awareness: Myths and Facts

Hello Everyone. I hope everyone is well and getting any form of help that is necessary. This post is about assisting friends, family members, strangers, classmates, etc. 745 more words

Health Care

Beringia, The Old Word, The New World, and The Psychology of Surprise

I found an interesting paragraph in The First Americanby Joy Hakim.

Other findings including a 12,700 year old skull found in Mexico City, have added to the mystery.

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History

TAKITAKI: THE ODYSSEUS OF BELLONA AND RENNELL MYTHOLOGY

Balladeer’s Blog’s look at the gods and myths of Bellona and Rennell Islands has proven very popular. (CLICK HERE ) The figure Takitaki is not a deity but he is often considered the Bel-Ren equivalent of the mortal hero Odysseus from Greek myths. 593 more words

Balladeer's Blog

Inappropriate

I have noticed something. Although I’m not too bad about reading female-authored work (around a third of my reading is by women, which isn’t terrible but it should really be half), I am not great at reading books by non-Western people. 841 more words

Writing