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Mythology & Folk Tales
  • Author:
    Gregory Schrempp,William Hansen
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    0253341582
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    978-0253341587
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    Indiana University Press (October 29, 2002)
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    304 pages
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Myth: A New Symposium has been added to your Cart. Schrempp and Hansen's sequel, comprising essays derived from a conference titled The Symposium on Myth, is larger than the earlier collection and includes both essays referring to significant contributions to the earlier volume and narrowly focused essays on particular aspects of myth (. its visual representation in the culture of Rome preserved by the catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79.

Myth: A New Symposium. Myth: A New Symposium offers a broad-based assessment of the present state of myth study. Inspired by a revisiting of Thomas Sebeok's influential mid-century work, Myth: A Symposium, these 16 contributions from a wide spectrum of disciplines offer a range of views on past myth study as well as directions for the future. Published by: Indiana University Press. Contributors blend theoretical analysis with richly documented historical, ethnographic, and literary illustrations and examples drawn from Native American, classical, medieval, and modern sources.

Myth: A New Symposium offers a broad-based assessment of the present state of myth study. Myth: A New Symposium. Gregory Schrempp, William Hansen. Indiana University Press, 29 Eki 2002 - 272 sayfa.

Article in Journal of American Folklore 118(467):123-124 · January 2005 with 11 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. John McDowell imaginatively matches up Wheelwright's essay with Lévi-Strauss's as kindred linguistically rooted theories. Gregory Schrempp cleverly parallels Bidney's advocacy of science over myth with Bidney's criticism of fellow social scientific theorizing as mythic rather than scientific.

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Published by Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN (2002). ISBN 10: 0253341582 ISBN 13: 9780253341587. A systematic introduction and fifteen contributions from a wide spectrum of disciplines offer a range of views on past myth study as well as directions for the future.

Authors: Gregory Allen Schrempp William F Hansen Gregory Schrempp William Hansen. Popular items with this book.

au livre de Lévi-Strauss de 1955, l’helléniste Gregory Nagy propose un cha- pitre qui s’appelle Can Myth Be Saved?

Myth : A New Symposium (Schrempp et Hansen 2002), qui fait explicitement pendant au livre de Lévi-Strauss de 1955, l’helléniste Gregory Nagy propose un cha- pitre qui s’appelle Can Myth Be Saved? . 2) Comme le dit Eric Csapo (2005 : 290), it is questionable whether the past thirty-five years have brought any new methods for analyzing texts : since structuralism the trend has been to shy away from grand theories, unifying visions, or universal claims .

Schrempp, Gregory, and William Hansen, eds. 2002. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

This is an astonishing book, but not for the reasons the author intended. Schrempp, Gregory, and William Hansen, eds. Sebeok, Thomas, ed. 1966.

Myth: A New Symposium offers a broad-based assessment of the present state of myth study. It was inspired by a revisiting of the influential mid-century work Myth: A Symposium (edited by Thomas Sebeok). A systematic introduction and 15 contributions from a wide spectrum of disciplines offer a range of views on past myth study and suggest directions for the future. Contributors blend theoretical analysis with richly documented historical, ethnographic, and literary illustrations and examples drawn from Native American, classical, medieval, and modern sources.