4 edition of American hero-myths found in the catalog.
Daniel Garrison Brinton
|Series||Series in American Studies|
|LC Classifications||E59 R38 B8 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||251|
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American Hero-Myths. By Daniel G. Brinton. eBook. LIST PRICE £ PRICE MAY VARY BY RETAILER. Table of Contents. About The Book. This little volume is a contribution to the comparative study of religions. It is an endeavor to present in a critically correct light some of the fundamental conceptions which are found in the native beliefs of the. American Hero-Myths, published in , is a book written by Daniel G. Brinton that provides an excellent look at Native American myths and religion. A table of contents is included.
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Surprise. Publish your book with B&: Jazzybee Verlag. Page 27 - The myth is that of the national hero, their mythical civilizer and teacher of the tribe, who, at the same time, was often identified with the supreme deity and the creator of the world.
American hero-myths book is the fundamental myth of a very large number of American tribes, and on its recognition and interpretation depends the correct understanding of most of their mythology and religious life.
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by Daniel G. Brinton, M.D., in the _Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society_ for ] Few of our hero-myths have given occasion for wilder speculation than that of Votan. He was the culture hero of the Tzendals, a branch of the Maya race, whose home was in.
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american hero-myths. chapter i. introductory. some kind of religion found among all men--classifications of religions--the purpose of religions--religions of rite and of creed--the myth grows in the first of these--intent and meaning of the myth.
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What I think is the essence, the principle of vitality, in religion, and in all religions, is their supposed control over the destiny of the individual, his weal or woe, his good or bad hap, here or hereafter, has it may be.
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American hero-myths. A study in the native religions of the western continent. [Daniel G Brinton] -- Comparative study of Indian religion and mythology, concentrating on such tribes as the Mayas and Aztecs.
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