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an expert on mythology

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See also Ronald Paulson, "Fielding in Tom Jones: the Historian, the Poet, and the Mythologist," in Augustan Worlds: Essays in Honour of A.
The patterns shared by them have been studied in books such as The Hero with a Thousand Faces (1949), by American mythologist Joseph Campbell, and The Myth of the Birth of the Hero (1909), by the Viennese psychoanalyst Otto Rank.
La Fontaine Art Centre will be screening Rumi-poet of the heart, an award-winning 60-minute film produced and directed by Haydn Reiss, featuring Coleman Barks, Robert Bly, Deepak Chopra, storyteller & mythologist Michael Meade and religious historian Huston Smith, on June 26, at its White Ramadan Tent.
Cook enumerates markers of Emmy's divinity on the basis of comparative mythology, but Granny acts on the basis of generally accepted lore that another mythologist or folklorist might cite: everyone "knows," for instance, that when an animal is bewitched, you should "cut out the heart still beating and shoot it five times" (81).
Preeminent mythologist Joseph Campbell's lectures on Arthurian legend and Grail mythology are transcribed and collected into one cohesive text in this brilliant addition to the late Campbell's impressive body of work.
Renowned author and mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik's latest book is derived from his 2013 work The Business Sutra: A Very Indian Approach to Management.
When I spoke at my mom's memorial, I talked about love (how it is the only thing that survives death), and I spoke about how one must be willing, as the great mythologist Joseph Campbell said, to live joyfully through the sorrows of the world.
Reading through the unfinished manuscript, I found that I agree with Thomas Steinbeck: John Steinbeck was a mythologist.
The Canadian (anarchist) * critic will have a wider task than mere textual analysis: he will have to be something of a mythologist, besides having a developed consciousness of formal values and an imagination that is both creative and receptive.
McDowell presents a biography of Irish poet and mythologist Young (1867-1956), who spent her last three decades teaching at the University of California-Berkeley.
Among non- Bollywood celebrities, mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik found the issue absurd.
Inspired by the works of a lapsed Catholic-born mythologist Joseph Campbell, the esoteric quasi-atheistic mythology of Lucas and Spielberg confused the issues, but it was still an atheistic evolutionist mythology.
Brooker notes that the "method" Eliot had used in The Waste Land (1922) and saw as "making the modern world possible for art" (Eliot, "Ulysses, Order, and Myth" 178), was akin to the method of mythologist James G.
Mythologist Joseph Campbell lectured about the psychic unity of humankind.
The mythologist Victor Kernbach considers them "crazy virgins, highly seductive and full of magical powers, synthesizing the characteristics of the Nymphs, Naiads, Dryads, and even some of the attributes of the Sirens.