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The classic myths in English literature and in art, based originally on Bulfinch's "Age of fable" (1855); accompanied by an interpretative and illustrative commentary.

著者: Charles Mills Gayley; Thomas Bulfinch
出版商: New York, Blaisdell Pub. Co. [©1939]
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Gayley, Charles Mills, 1858-1932.
Classic myths in English literature and in art, based originally on Bulfinch's "Age of fable" (1855)
New York, Blaisdell Pub. Co. [©1939]
(OCoLC)894772086
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所有的著者/提供者: Charles Mills Gayley; Thomas Bulfinch
OCLC号码: 4315853
描述: 597 pages frontispiece, illustrations, plates, 3 maps (2 folded) folded genealogical table 20 cm
内容: Part I. Myths and divinities and heroes --
Chapter I. Greek myths of the creation --
Purpose of the study --
The fable and the myth --
Origin of the world --
Origin of the gods --
The rule of Cronus --
The war of the Titans --
The division of empire --
The reign of Jupiter --
The origin of man --
Prometheus , a Creator --
The age of gold --
The silver age --
Prometheus bound --
Longfellow's Prometheus --
The Brazen age --
The Iron age --
The flood --
Deucalion and Pyrrha --
The Demigods and heroes --
Chapter II. The gods of heaven --
Olympus --
The great gods --
Jupiter (Zeus) --
Conceptions of Jupiter --
Juno (Hera) --
Minerva (Athens or Athena) --
Mars (Ares) --
Vulcan (Hephaestus) --
Apollo --
Shelley's hymn of Apollo --
Diana (Artemis) --
Johnson's hymn to Cynthia --
Venus (Aphrodite) --
The "Venus of Milo" --
Mercury (Hermes) --
Vesta (Hestia) --
The lesser divinities of heaven --
Chapter III. The gods of earth --
Conception of the world --
Ceres (Demeter) --
Gaea (Ge) --
Bacchus (Dionysus) --
The lesser divinities of earth --
Chapter IV. The gods of the underworld --
The underworld --
Tartarus and the Elysian fields --
The islands of the blest --
Pluto (Hades) --
Proserpina (Persephone) --
The lesser divinities of the underworld --
Chapter V. The gods of the waters --
The older dynasty --
The younger dynasty --
The lesser divinities of the waters --
Chapter VI. The Roman divinities --
Gods common to Greece and Italy --
Italian gods --
Chapter VII. Myths of the great divinities of heaven --
Myths of Jupiter and Juno --
Love affairs of Jupiter --
Io --
Callisto --
Europa --
Semele --
Aegina --
Antiope --
Jupiter, a friend of man --
Juno's best gift --
Myths of Minerva --
Arachne --
Myths of Mars --
Mars and Diomede --
Mars and Minerva --
The fortunes of Cadmus --
Myths of Vulcan --
Myths of Apollo --
The wanderings of Latona --
Apollo, the light triumphant --
Hyacinthus --
Phaethon --
The plague sent upon the Greeks before Troy --
The punishment of Niobe --
The lamentation for Linus --
Aesculapius --
Apollo in exile --
Lowell's shepherd of King Admetus --
Admetus and Alcestis --
Apollo, the musician --
Apollo, Pan, and Midas --
Shelley's hymn of Pan --
Marsyas --
The loves of Apollo --
Daphne --
Marpessa --
Cytie --
Myths of Diana --
The flight of Arethusa --
Shelley's Arethusa --
The fate of Actaeon --
The fortunes and death of Orion --
The pleidas --
Endymion --
Myths of Venus --
Adonis --
Cupid and psyche --
Keat's ode to psyche --
Atlanta's race --
Hero and Leander --
Pygmalion and the state --
Pyramus and Thisbe --
Phaon --
The vengeance of Venus --
Myths of Mercury --
Chapter VIII. Myths of the great divinities of earth --
Myths of Bacchus --
The wanderings of Bacchus --
The story of Acetes --
The choice of King Midas Chapter IX. From the earth to the underworld --
Myths of Ceres, Pluto, and Proserpine --
The rape of Proserpine --
The wanderings of Ceres --
Triptolemus and the Eleusinian mysteries --
Orpheus and Eurydice --
Chapter X. Myths of Neptune, ruler of the waters --
Lord of the Sea --
Lord of streams and fountains --
Pelops and Hippodamis --
Chapter XI. Myths of the lesser divinities of heaven --
Myths of stars and winds --
Cephalus and Procris --
Dobson's the death of Procris --
Ceyx and Halcyone --
Aurora and Tithonus --
Tennyson's tithonus --
Memnon --
Chapter XII. Myths of the lesser divinities of earth, etc --
Pan, and the personification of nature --
Stedman's pan in Wall street --
Other lesser gods of earth --
Echo and Narcisssus. Echo, Pan, Lyde, and the Satyr --
The Naiad --
The Dryads, or hamadryads --
Erysichthon --
Dryope --
Rhoecus --
Pomona and Vertumnus --
The cranes of Ibychus --
Chapter XIII. Myths of lesser divinities of the waters --
Galatea and Polyphemus --
Glaucus and Scylla --
Nisus and Scylla --
Leucothea --
Proteus and Aristaeus --
Achelous and Hercules --
Milton's Sabrina fair --
Chapter XIV. Myths of the older heroes: the house of Danaus, and its connections --
The older and the younger heroes --
The genealogy of Danaus --
The Danaids --
The doom of King Acrisius --
Perseus and Medusa --
Perseus and Atlas --
Perseus and Andromeda --
Bellerophon and the Chimaera --
Hercules (Heracles): His youth --
His labors --
His later exploits --
The loss of Hylas --
The rescue of Daphnis --
The expedition against Laomedon --
The death of Hercules --
Chapter XV. The family of Aeolus --
Descendants of Deucalion --
The quest of the golden fleece --
The return of the Argonauts --
Medea and Aeson --
Pelias --
Chapter XVI. The family of Aetolus and its connections --
The Calydonian hunt --
Merope --
Castor and Pollux --
The twin brethren among the Romans --
Chapter XVII. The house of Minos --
Minos of Crete --
Daedalus and Icarus --
Chapter XVIII. The house of Cecrops and Erichthonius --
From Cecrops to Philomela --
Matthew Arnold's Philomela --
Theseus --
Theseus and Ariadne --
Bacchus and Ariadne --
The Amazons --
Theseus and Pirithoiis --
Phaedra and Hippolytus --
Chapter XIX. The house of Labdacus --
The misfortunes of Thebes --
Cedipus and the Sphinx --
Cedipus, the king --
Cedipus at Colonus --
Chapter XX. Myths of the younger heroes: the seven against Thebes --
Their exploits --
The seven against Thebes --
Antigone --
The Epigoni --
Chapter XXI. Houses concerned in the Trojan war --
Three families --
Peleus --
Achilles, son of Peleus --
Atreus --
Tyndareus --
Chapter XXII. The Trojan war --
Its origin --
Iphigenia in Aulis --
Protesilaus and Laodamia --
Homer's Iliad --
The wrath of Achilles --
The enlistment of the gods --
Thetis intercedes for Achilles --
Agamemnon calls a council --
Paris plays the Champion --
Helen surveys the Grecian host --
Menelaus defeats Paris --
The two days battle --
Hector and Andromache --
Neptune aids the discouraged Greeks --
Jupiter inspirits the Trojans --
Achilles and Patroclus --
Patroclus in the armor of Achilles --
The deaths of Sarpedon and Patroclus --
The remorse of Achilles --
The reconciliation of Agamemnon and Achilles --
The death of Hector --
Achilles drags the body of Hector --
Priam in the tent of Achilles Chapter XXIII. The fall of Troy --
The fall of Troy --
The death of Achilles --
Contest for the arms of Achilles --
Paris and Cenone --
The Palladium --
The wooden hope --
Laocoon and the serpents --
the death of Priam --
The survivors --
Helen, Menelaus, and Agamemnon --
Electra and Orestes --
Orestes pursued by the furies --
His purification --
Chapter XXIV. The wanderings of Ulysses --
From Troy to Phaecia --
The lotos-eaters --
The Cyclopes --
The bag of winds --
The Laestrygonians --
The isle of Aeaea --
Ulysses visits Hades --
The sirens --
Scylla and Charybdis --
The cattle of the sun --
Calypso's island --
The land of the Phaeacians --
Fate of the Suitors --
Tennyson's Ulysses --
Chapter XV. Adventures of Aeneas --
From Troy to Italy --
The departure from Troy --
The promised empire --
The Harpies --
Epirus --
The Cyclopes again --
The resentment of Juno --
The sojourn at Carthage --
Dido --
Palinurus --
Italy at last --
The Sibyl of Cumae --
The infernal kegions --
The Elysian fields --
The valley of Oblivion --
Chapter XXVI. The war between Trojans and Latins --
The fulfillment of prophecy --
The gates of Janus opened --
Camilla --
Alliance with Evander --
The site of future Rome --
Turnus attacks the Trojan camp --
Nisus and Euryalus --
The death of Mezentius --
The deaths of Pallas and Camilla --
The final conduct --
Chapter XXVII. Myths of the Norse gods --
The creation --
Yggdrasil --
Odin and his Valhalla --
The Valkyries --
Thor and the other gods --
Loki and his progeny --
The conflict with the mountain giants --
The recovery of Thor's hammer --
Thor's visit to Jotunheim --
The sword of Freyr --
The death of Balder --
The funeral of Balder --
The elves --
Ragnarok --
Chapter XXVIII. Myths of Norse and old German heroes --
The saga of the Volsungs --
The lay of the Nibelungs --
Chapter XXIX. The ring of the Nibelung --
Wagner's tetralogy --
the Rhine-gold --
The Valkyrie --
Siegfried --
The twilight of the gods --
Part II. The history of myth --
Chapter XXX. The origin of the elements of myth --
Kinds of myths --
Divisions of inquiry --
Elements of the myth --
Reasonable myths --
Unreasonable myths --
Theory of Deterioration --
Theory of Progress --
Chapter XXXI. The distribution of myths --
Theories of resemblance --
Chapter XXXII. The preservation of myths --
Traditional history --
In Greece --
Roman poets of mythology --
Records of Norse mythology --
Records of German mythology --
Records of Oriental mythology: Egyptian, Indian records --
Persian records.

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