Myth and Mythmaking
Senior Lecturer in Hindu Studies Department of the Study of Religions and Director of the New Centre for Cross-Cultural Research in Gender and Religions School of Oriental and African Studies Julia Leslie
Psychology Press, 1996 - 170 oldal
The starting point for this work is that myths are made and remade - on a variety of topics and in widely differing contexts - in a vast continuum stretching from the earliest periods of historical time to the present day. Each section of the work focuses on one particular point in this continuum to show some of the ways in which myths have been made, and made to function, in the rich cultural history of India.
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