The article exposes the falsities that surround the historical and ritual sense if the Greek cultures, which were hidden under a smoke-screen. The author is critical in giving a graphic exposition about the childishness that he discovered in these myths by using a classification that led to the discovery point. The precedent example that the author uses is about the stories of Hyacinthus and Narcissus. He uses these stories to depict the falsity that embedded some of the historical Greek myths, which did not depict the real happenings of the historic period or stories.
In this work, the author analyzes different articles about Greek mythology. The author is insightful and incisive in bringing out the facts and falsities that are explained by the articles. The critique provided in the article is informative and educative on many aspects of the Greek mythology.
In this work, Bremmer Jan provides a great collection of studies that reveal new interpretations of the best themes and protagonists in Greek mythology. It reflects the fascination and complexity that encapsulates the Greek imagination. The successive chapters of this work follow various analyses about the myths conceptualizations and the immense influence of “the Orient” on the vast Greek mythology scope. The chapters also reveal the threatening appearance of werewolf and wolf as well as familiar figures in Greek mythology such as Orpheus, Narcissus, and Oedipus. The obscure relationship between ritual and myth is also elucidated on by an in-depth discussion of the ambiguities that characterize the Kronos’ traditions.
The article analyzes the numerous conventions, aspects, and transitions of the Greek mythology in the novel “Les Caves du Vatican” by Gide. The author describes the allusions found in Greek mythology that the book used. The importance of Greek mythology in the book cannot be dismissed since the novel used largess of Greek mythology information to complete the novel.