Greek mythology Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Greek mythology.

  • 8 Student Essays
  • 12 Literature Criticisms
  • ...and more

Study Pack

The Greek mythology Study Pack contains:

Essays & Analysis (20)

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Greek mythology has been an exceedingly influential part of our everyday life for many years. Edith Hamilton's Mythology, a novel based on gods and goddesses, explains some of the mistakes made in eve... Read more
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The ground is moving! Zeus and Hera waltzed to the dance floor. Hiking is fun. Care for some more caviar, madam" That might have been going on during the time land was taking form and when Greek deit... Read more
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During Greece, the deities reward goodness and punish evil. The Greeks' belief in the concept of the cycle of retribution goes from one generation to another. The mythological concept of the cycle o... Read more
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Greek mythology can really be great. Everyday, we incorporate Greek mythology into our lives. Whether it is the super god Zeus throwing down a couple of thunder bolts, or another god Apollo maki... Read more
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The Works and Days is a Greek myth containing an appropriated version of the Israelites Ten Commandments from The Bible. Throughout Works and Days, the myth constructs a virtually identical set of r... Read more
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For many years, Greek mythology and Christianity have been compared due to the obvious similarities between both cultures and religions. Because both cultures have similar explanations for many of the... Read more
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Influences From the Past Our lives have been, and continue to be, shaped and influenced by Greek Mythology. The Greek civilization, and the Roman civilization that was shaped by it, revolved around t... Read more
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Crackling flames are consuming the bundle of dry wood and twigs that exists directly in front of you. Around the fire there is a ring of people all intimately gathered for the same warmth and light t... Read more