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Hangups from way back: historical myths and canons
|Statement||[compiled by] Frederick Gentles [and] Melvin Steinfield.|
|Contributions||Steinfield, Melvin, joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||CB59 .G43 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||74001191|
Treasure hunters have inspired books and movies throughout wouldn't want to strike it rich by finding a pirate's buried treasure or taste immortality from the Fountain of Youth or the Holy Grail?The adventures alone are enough to drive some people to the far corners of the Earth, while others are drawn to the bottom of the deep blue sea to scout the wreckage of old ships. Superstitions: A Handbook of Folklore, Myths, and Legends from around the World By D.R. McElroy To be published Superstitions: A Handbook of Folklore, Myths, and Legends from around the World explains how and why these legends and the associated behaviors behind them developed. This is very well researched and encompasses every part of the world/5(24).
Most urban legends can be traced back very far. I loved the “scary stories to tell in the dark” books. Google it if you do not know of it. Scary as hell drawings. The best part of these books were the footnotes and sources in the back. The author listed some very old sources, going all the way back . The canon has been explored in the pages of this magazine by such distinguished Texas writers as A. C. Greene, who in put forth a list of the fifty best Texas books (including one Hispanic.
“A wild grab bag of myth, history, folklore, and the fantastical, The Last Days of Magic is the perfect read for a frozen evening by the fire or a summer night in firefly country. It fills Ireland with blood, monsters, and witchcraft, and fans of Deborah Harkness and Erin Morgenstern will delight in it.”. Believe it or not, the history of Nintendo goes all the way back to And before you ask- no, they were not selling Mario figures carved from wood. Originally named “Nintendo Koppai”, the small business based in Kyoto started by Fusajiro Yamauchi produced Hanafuda Cards.
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Hangups from way back. San Francisco, Canfield Press  (OCoLC) Frederick Gentles and Melvin Steinfield's Hang-ups from Wayback: Historical Myths and Canons is a very interesting and in depth look at the hang ups that prevents society from achieving civilization. A particular hang up that hinders society is myth.
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The truth is that all of these stories live in a murky, anachronistic history so entangled that trying to unravel it can mean everything or nothing at all.
One of the reasons for this is the age of most myths, especially those from ancient times (the name Theseus can be traced back as Reviews: 4. John Wick has all the makings of a comic book movie franchise without actually being based on one at all.
Written by Derek Kolstad from his own original idea, this high-concept series starring. According to folk legend, the binding of books (or more appropriately manuscripts, as they were hand-written) in human skin can be traced all the way back to the Middle Ages. The first reliable accounts of books being bound in human skin, however, date to the 17 th century and it seems to have become popular during the 19 th century.
The Real History of the Bible. We can tell what books were used as Scripture by the early churches. We have letters and books dating all the way back to A.D. 96, just 60 years after Jesus died and over two centuries before the Council if Nicea. Those letters quote certain books as Scripture.
We build our cultures on myths; indeed, myths are necessary for the stability of a culture. All of us live by myths and canons, taking them for reality. And for certain myths that man has held dear, he has become involved, frustrated, paranoid, and even vicious.”- Gentles and Steinfield, Hangups From Way Back.
Inner City Pressure: The Story of Grime By Dan Hancox. One night inan MC clash on UK radio captured two grime factions at war. In one corner was Ghetts, a. Way back in Matthew Ferguson published Leveling a Mountain of Manuscripts with a Small Scoop of Context, and it long reminded me of how non-experts can be manipulated by Christian apologists, because laypeople don’t know basic things about paleography that we experts take for granted (so much that we forget not everyone is aware of them).).
This includes new things. Cursed's concept is one of the cleverer variations on the legend of King Arthur and his knights. The story, which is one of the oldest fantasy myths in the Western canon, is a male-dominant.
The Way We Never Were examines two centuries of American family life and shatters a series of myths and half-truths that burden modern families.
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The Dark Gap of History. Myth: There is a dark historical gap between the writing of the New Testament in the first century and the rise of the Catholic Church, during which we know hardly anything about what early Christians believed and practiced.
Fact: There is no historical gap between the New Testament and the rest of church history. We. A2A. It's actually surprisingly difficult to find where to begin. If it was "classics of English literature", there are clear starting points and canonical texts.
Shakespeare, Dickens, Austen, Chaucer, the Brontes, Wordsworth etc. etc. would be g.