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Roman Mythology's Origins and How It Developed
This paper consists of five pages and considers the origins of Roman mythology and compares it with its Greek mythology counterpart. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.
Greek Mythology and Literature and the Gods' Incestuous Relationships
In seven pages this essay considers how ancient Greek mythology and drama portrayed the incestuous relationships the relatives of Zeus in plays such as Agamemnon, Medea, and Oedipus Rex. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.
The Creation Gods in Greek and African Mythology
In a research paper containing eight pages the supreme or creation African mythological gods are contrasted and compared with Zeus of Greek mythology. There are four bibliographic sources cited.
Motifs of Ancient Greek Literature and Superman
This essay consists of seven pages and presents the argument that the motifs in the contemporary Superman stories are much like those in ancient Greek mythology and consider various comparisons between Superman and those epic heroes. There is no bibliography included.
Greek Mythology and Names of Constellations
In twenty five pages this paper examines how Greek mythology influenced the names of constellations and stars. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.
Comparing and Contrasting Achilles and Beowulf
The writer compares and contrasts Achilles, a hero from Greek mythology, with Beowulf, the hero of the Old English epic poem. The writer argues that both act heroically, but have completely different reasons for doing so. The paper is six pages long and there are four sources listed in the bibliography.
Hopi Culture and the Connection Between Mythology and Landscape
In five pages this paper discusses the Hopi culture in a consideration of the connection that exists between the environment and the landscape and how this is reflected in Hopi mythology. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
Fantasy and Science Fiction Mythology Uses
In five pages the genre differences between fantasy and science fiction are discussed and how mythology is featured in the movies Forbidden Planet and Zardoz is also considered. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
Greek Mythology, Hesiod’s Five Ages of Man, and the Story of Zeus and Other Olympic Deities
In five pages this paper compares Hesiod’s Five Ages of Man with Ovid’s Four Ages of Mankind creation myth; and also compares and contrasts the story of Zeus with Olympic deities Poseidon and Hades in order to examine why their interactions with Zeus and stories about their origins are important to understanding Greek mythology. Three sources are listed in the bibliography.
Eastern and Western Mythology and Women
In six pages this comparative analysis how Indian and Greek/Roman mythology treated women. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.
Comparing Greek and Roman Gods, Goddesses
A 3 page research paper that discusses the mythology of ancient Greece and Rome and how their pantheons differed. This also addresses what the differences imply about Roman traits. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Brazil, 'Social Democracy,' and Discrimination
In five pages the article 'The Myth of Racial Democracy in Brazil A Problem of Social Mythology' by Emilia Viotti da Costa is examined within the context of Brazil's alleged 'social democracy.'
Brazil's Urban Life
Emilia Viotti da Costa's The Myth of Racial Democracy in Brazil: A Problem of Social Mythology is referenced in this consideration of Brazil's urban lifestyle in a paper consisting of five pages. There are no other sources listed.