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the mythology of the ancient Greeks

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Released in 1959 and directed by Marcel Camus, it is set in Brazil and is an adaptation of the Greek myth of Orpheus with the Rio carnival as its backdrop.
In Greek myth, Pasiphae was the mother of lured children away from their parents?
When they go, that's the end of the myth - the Greek myth.
Kocher's references, in fact, range from Louise Gluck and Wallace Stevens to Greek myth and Buddhism.
What: Special-effects-laden miniseries based on the Greek myth.
The Elusive Embrace: Desire and the Riddle of Identity (Knopf, $24) -- the title alludes to the myth of Narcissus -- probes gay culture and Mendelsohn's own family saga (immigration, arranged marriages, romantic deaths) with tools and tales he borrows from Greek myth.
In Greek myth, the Cyclopes were a race of fierce giants equipped with a single eye in the middle of their foreheads.
Sexuality is a given Of the text: this is a work, after all, in which the heroine, Rosalind, is mostly seen playing the part of a young man--a young man named Ganymede, the pretty boy ravished by Zeus in Greek myth.
Where, according to Greek myth, did the Hyperboreans live?
Telling Sleeping Beauty alongside the beautiful Greek myth of Alcestis, and underscoring the tales with heart-stopping live music, Daniel, Oliver Wilson Dickson and Dylan Fowler conjure timeless images in the mind and stir deep emotions in the heart.
Shakespeare's King Lear figures strongly in the plot, as does the Greek myth of Athena and Arachne.
GODS, magic and fantastic creatures abound in a new version of Greek myth Jason and the Golden Fleece.
In Greek myth, Pasiphae was the mother of which creature?