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Symbol and Myth in Ancient Poetry

Symbol and Myth in Ancient Poetry
  • Author: Herbert Musurillo
  • Publisher: Praeger
  • ISBN: 0837195543
  • Page: 220
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This volume, in focusing on the meaning and treatment of symbol and myth as developed in some of the more familiar Greek and Roman poets, aims to open up what may be a new avenue into the ancient poetic imagination.

This volume, in focusing on the meaning and treatment of symbol and myth as developed in some of the more familiar Greek and Roman poets, aims to open up what may be a new avenue into the ancient poetic imagination.


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