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A handbook to the reception of classical mythology, edited by Vanda Zajko and Helena Hoyle

Label
A handbook to the reception of classical mythology
Title
A handbook to the reception of classical mythology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Vanda Zajko and Helena Hoyle
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
ICU/DLC
Dewey number
292.1/3
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BL723
LC item number
.H354 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Zajko, Vanda
  • Hoyle, Helena
Series statement
Wiley Blackwell handbooks to classical reception
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mythology, Classical
  • Mythology, Classical
  • Antike
  • Mythologie
  • mythos
  • Rezeption
  • Griechenland
  • Römisches Reich
Label
A handbook to the reception of classical mythology, edited by Vanda Zajko and Helena Hoyle
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I Mythography; Chapter 1 Greek Mythography; Beginnings and Classical Mythography; Post-classical Mythography ; Closing Thoughts; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 2 Roman Mythography; Introduction; Surviving Texts; A Case Study: The Mythographic Midas; From Narrative to Interpretation: Fulgentius; Afterlife; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 3 Myth and the Medieval Church; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 4 The Renaissance Mythographers; Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375); Ludovicus Caelius Rhodiginus (1453-1525), Alexandro ab Alexandro (1463-1525)Georgius Pictor (1500-1569); Montifalchius; Julianus Aurelius Havrech; Lilio Gregorio Giraldi (1479-1552); Vincenzo Cartari (1502?-1570?); Natale Conti; François Pomey (1618-1673); The Occult Tradition; Conceptions of Myth in the Renaissance Mythographers; Translations; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 5 Bulfinch and Graves: Modern Mythography as Literary Reception; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 6 Myth Collections for Children; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 7 Contemporary Mythography: In the Time of Ancient Gods, Warlords, and Kings Introduction; Echo; Popular Culture and/as Myth; Myth Only Produces More Myth; This is Going to Make a Great Story; Conclusion; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Primary sources; Film; Novels; Videogame; TV shows; Fanfiction; Comics and graphic novels; Secondary sources; Part II Approaches and Themes; Chapter 8 Circean Enchantments and the Transformations of Allegory; Double Vision; Corrective Lenses; Prisms; Scattered Beams; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 9 The Comparative ApproachThe Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries; Smith, Frazer, Harrison; The Aftermath of the Ritualists; The Eranos Set; Walter Burkert: Biological Programs and the Orientalizing Revolution; Looking for Difference: Smith, Lincoln, and Doniger; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 10 Revisionism; Notes; Chapter 11 Alchemical Interpretations of Classical Myths; Historical Background; "Poetic Theology," "Prisca Theologia," and Renaissance Alchemy; Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Survival of the Alchemical Readings of Classical Myths; An Example of the Diversity of Alchemical Exegeses of Myths The Classical Scholarship of the Alchemists; Alchemical elaborations on classical myths; Responses of mythographs to the alchemical exegesis of myths; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 12 Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism: On the Gods of Greece, Italy, and India; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 13 The Golden Age; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; Appendix; Terminology; References; Chapter 14 Matriarchy and Utopia; Guide to Further Reading; References; Part III Myth, Creativity, and the Mind
Control code
958796763
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiii, 482 pages
Isbn
9781444339604
Lccn
2016059947
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)958796763
Label
A handbook to the reception of classical mythology, edited by Vanda Zajko and Helena Hoyle
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I Mythography; Chapter 1 Greek Mythography; Beginnings and Classical Mythography; Post-classical Mythography ; Closing Thoughts; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 2 Roman Mythography; Introduction; Surviving Texts; A Case Study: The Mythographic Midas; From Narrative to Interpretation: Fulgentius; Afterlife; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 3 Myth and the Medieval Church; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 4 The Renaissance Mythographers; Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375); Ludovicus Caelius Rhodiginus (1453-1525), Alexandro ab Alexandro (1463-1525)Georgius Pictor (1500-1569); Montifalchius; Julianus Aurelius Havrech; Lilio Gregorio Giraldi (1479-1552); Vincenzo Cartari (1502?-1570?); Natale Conti; François Pomey (1618-1673); The Occult Tradition; Conceptions of Myth in the Renaissance Mythographers; Translations; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 5 Bulfinch and Graves: Modern Mythography as Literary Reception; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 6 Myth Collections for Children; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 7 Contemporary Mythography: In the Time of Ancient Gods, Warlords, and Kings Introduction; Echo; Popular Culture and/as Myth; Myth Only Produces More Myth; This is Going to Make a Great Story; Conclusion; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Primary sources; Film; Novels; Videogame; TV shows; Fanfiction; Comics and graphic novels; Secondary sources; Part II Approaches and Themes; Chapter 8 Circean Enchantments and the Transformations of Allegory; Double Vision; Corrective Lenses; Prisms; Scattered Beams; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 9 The Comparative ApproachThe Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries; Smith, Frazer, Harrison; The Aftermath of the Ritualists; The Eranos Set; Walter Burkert: Biological Programs and the Orientalizing Revolution; Looking for Difference: Smith, Lincoln, and Doniger; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 10 Revisionism; Notes; Chapter 11 Alchemical Interpretations of Classical Myths; Historical Background; "Poetic Theology," "Prisca Theologia," and Renaissance Alchemy; Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Survival of the Alchemical Readings of Classical Myths; An Example of the Diversity of Alchemical Exegeses of Myths The Classical Scholarship of the Alchemists; Alchemical elaborations on classical myths; Responses of mythographs to the alchemical exegesis of myths; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 12 Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism: On the Gods of Greece, Italy, and India; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; References; Chapter 13 The Golden Age; Notes; Guide to Further Reading; Appendix; Terminology; References; Chapter 14 Matriarchy and Utopia; Guide to Further Reading; References; Part III Myth, Creativity, and the Mind
Control code
958796763
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiii, 482 pages
Isbn
9781444339604
Lccn
2016059947
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)958796763

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