7 edition of Retold World Myths (Retold Myths & Folktales Anthologies) found in the catalog.
August 15, 1993
by Perfection Learning
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||166|
If you like the sounds of Galatea, then you will love xo Orpheus, a collection of 50 myths retold, retooled, and rewritten by authors like Elizabeth . After reading this book, try A Memory of Wind by Rachel Swirsky. It’s a free Tor short story that retells the myth from Iphigenia’s point of view. Helen in Egypt by H.D. H.D., initials for Hilda Doolittle, was a poet at the beginning of the 20th century. This is a book length poem that reimagines the Helen myth.
Retold tales series. Edition/Format: Print book: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Mythology, Classical -- Juvenile literature. Mythology, Classical. More like this: Similar Items. Retold classic myths: Volume 1. [Perfection Form Company.;] -- A collection of eight adapted classic Greek and Roman myths. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Perfection Form Company. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A collection of ten adapted myths from the native peoples of the North American continent"--Page 2. Pūrākau: Māori Myths Retold by Māori Writers is a freeze-frame of contemporary New Zealand cultural history. Witi Ihimaera and his co-editor, Whiti Hereaka, have created a wide-ranging.
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I was looking for a book that worked as an introduction to a wide variety of myths from around the world. And I must say this is a great collection of myths selected and retold by Padraic Colum. After a brief introduction to mythology around the world, comes the myths/5(4).
Here retold in all their original dramatic power are some of the most exciting and influential of all world myths, drawn from a fascinating range of ancient cultures. Epic struggles and heroic adventures, passionate jealousies and psychological deceptions, comic mistakes and tragic destinies—these fabulous tales are all part of our common legendary book is a compilation edition of 1/5(1).
Retold Northern European Myths (Retold Myth Series) British literature In classic and modern English (Perfection Learning parallel text series) Retold World Myths (Retold Myths.
Mythos book. Read 4, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Rediscover the thrills, grandeur, and unabashed fun of the Greek myths—st /5. Join Bolu Babalola as she retells the most beautiful love stories from history and mythology in this stunning collection. From the homoromantic Greek myths, to magical Nigerian folktales, to the ancient stories of South Asia, Bolu brings new life to tales that truly show the vibrance and colours of love around the world.4/5(7).
The Canongate Myth Series is a series of novellas published by the independent Scottish publisher Canongate Books, in which ancient myths from various cultures are reimagined and rewritten.
The project was conceived in by Jamie Byng, owner of Canongate, and the first three titles in the series were published on 21 October Though the initial novellas received mixed-to-positive.
Every culture in history has had its own myths to help explain the world through the power of story. This engaging book offers a delightful, sweeping view of world mythology--not just the famous stories of the Greeks and Romans, but also the stories of Native Americans and legends from South America, Africa, Scandinavia, Asia, and s: Mythos is a modern collection of Greek myths, stylishly retold by legendary writer, actor, and comedian Stephen Fry.
Fry transforms the adventures of Zeus and the Olympians into emotionally resonant and deeply funny stories, without losing any of their original s: “These myths retold bend and blend genres, from the supernatural and fantasy to science fiction, ghost stories and magical realism - all this, the reclaiming and the repurposing, a far cry from the bowdlerised, even infantalised, interpretations found in the versions of A W Reed, Antony Alpers and other 20th-century Pakeha anthologists.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes:" a collection of eight adapted myths from around the world."--Preface. Fry reimagines the Greek myths with wit, warmth and humanity, bringing them into the modern age.
A welcome addition to any bookshelf * Book Bag * Mythos is Stephen's vivid retelling of the Greek myths. Bringing to life the Gods, monsters and mortals of Ancient Greece, he reimagines their astonishing stories for the modern world.
* Express and. STEP INTO ANOTHER WORLD - OF MAGIC, MAYHEM, MONSTERS AND MANIACAL GODS - IN STEPHEN FRY'S MOMENTOUS SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER, MYTHOS 'A romp through the lives of ancient Greek gods.
Fry is at his story-telling best the gods will be pleased' Times Discover Stephen Fry's magnificent retelling of the greatest myths and legends ever told. Adapted cultural tales and classic literature to support your curriculum.
Designed for secondary students reading below grade level, Retold novels and anthologies align with the works most often taught in language arts classes. 80– pages Benefits. authentic adaptations maintain the voice, style, and overall meaning of the text; comprehension support allows students to participate in.
Eighty of the world's greatest myths and characters, from the gods of Greek mythology to the Norse heroes, retold and explained with engaging text and bold graphics.
From early creation stories to classical hero narratives and the recurring theme of the afterlife, experience each myth and unravel the meanings behind the stories, getting to the.
Award-winning editor Paula Guran presents a diverse reprint anthology collecting classic myths and legends, retold by today’s top fantasy writers, including Neil Gaiman and Emma and Peter Straub. The Native American trickster Coyote the snake-haired Greek Gorgon Medusa, whose gaze turned men to stoneReviews: 8.
Respectful retellings of cultural myths and folktales from around the world. Designed for secondary students who read below grade level, Retold novels and anthologies align with the works most often taught in language arts classes. 80– pages. Benefits. content aligns with commonly taught American, British, and world literature.
This books was pretty interesting, I had too read three short stories and the ones I picked were pretty interesting. I read It Is Better To Die Forever, Retold by Chewing Blackbones,It is about the supposedly first people on earth trying to figure out how the world is run and how it operates and how they through a buffalo chip in the water and if it flouted people would die and come back to /5.
Myths Retold, Book 1 By: Normandie Alleman But now that Atalanta has stolen his heart, he must search the gods’ world to find a way to win her.
Sample Elusive; Myths Retold, Book 2; By. Religion and the Morality of the Market - edited by Daromir Rudnyckyj March. Here retold in all their original dramatic power are some of the most exciting and influential of all world myths, drawn from a fascinating range of ancient cultures.
Epic struggles and heroic adventures, passionate jealousies and psychological deceptions, comic mistakes and tragic destinies—these fabulous tales are all part of our common legendary past.
These 10 middle grade mythology books are just what you’re looking for. I’m happy to say that more and more mythology retellings are coming out, and they aren’t all Greek-related! You can either find a book that has the full myth retold, or a book that is loosely inspired by those myths you know from childhood.The stories in this book link you to past generations; these tales have been passed down through a long line of oral traditions.
The souls of ancestors, the lives of heroes and the fates of mortals are waiting to be discovered. Myths and legends are retold by Alli Brydon and beautifully illustrated by Julia Iredale.
Myths from Africa include.