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The Ecstasy of Being: Mythology and Dance" offers the reader an accessible, yet profound and provocative, insight into Campbell's lifelong fascination with the relationship of myth to aesthetic form and human psychology.
While unreservedly and strongly recommended for both community and academic library Metaphysical Studies collections in general, and Viking Mythology supplemental studies lists in particular, it should be noted for students and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the subject that "Odin: Ecstasy, Runes, & Norse Magic" is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $11.
Heneral Luna' director Jerrold Tarog and artist-writer Arnold Arre officially announced last month that Arre's 2000 National Book Award-winning graphic novel, 'The Mythology Class,' will be adapted into a live-action film.
Norse Mythology comes from an author best known for his award-winning fiction and fantasy; but here he departs somewhat from his approach of creating original works of fantasy to embellish his favorite traditional Norse myths, adding new life to these tales.
Enter a world of ancient Chinese temples, take a hike at The Great Wall and discover what lies beyond the majestic mountain ranges in "Minecraft: Console Edition Chinese Mythology Mash-Up Pack.
Preeminent mythologist Joseph Campbell's lectures on Arthurian legend and Grail mythology are transcribed and collected into one cohesive text in this brilliant addition to the late Campbell's impressive body of work.
Topics covered include: creation myths; mythologies of the symbols of life and death; incest and marriage problems; forbidden sexual intercourse; pregnancy and birth; mythology as experienced reality; the mythology of an image of god; and the mythology of the night.
com)-- Music Artist, Maverick Hill, has released his new, infectious and high energy single Mythology from his upcoming debut album, Music From Mythology.
A geis is, in Irish mythology, a type of supernatural taboo similar to being under a spell or curse, the breaking of which can have dire consequences.
Celtic Mythology: The Nature and Influence of Celtic Myth from Druidism to Arthurian Legend" is a highly literate, lively, and absorbing exploration of one of the jewels of European cultural heritage demonstrates how deeply Celtic mythology has become embedded in Western consciousness.
Lafont says his fascination with Indian mythology has a lot to do with his family and past experiences.
Like his Isthmus Zapotee contemporaries Victor Teran and Irma Pineda, Yucatec Maya poet Feliciano Sanchez Chan primarily writes contemporary pastoral love lyrics, but often incorporating significantly more traditional mythology than those poets, like Ruperta Bautista, who works in Tsotsil, or Juan Hernandez, whose Huasteca Nahuatl poems recount the mythology of corn.