The Original Dysfunctional Family: Basic Classical Mythology for the New Millennium

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Author: Rose R. Williams
Product Code: 6900
ISBN: 978-0-86516-690-5
Pages: 72
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A very accessible introduction to classical mythology, The Original Dysfunctional Family: Basic Classical Mythology for the New Millennium presents the key stories of the twelve Olympians as well as those of the two gods associated with the fruits of the harvest, Demeter and Dionysus. The Greek version of each Olympian is presented first followed by the Roman adaptation. Chock-full of information, this book provides a sound foundation for the beginning student's further studies in culture, literature, and history. The general reader will find Williams' style engaging.

 

Special Features

  • Greek version of each Olympian followed by the Roman adaptation
  • Genealogical charts of the Olympian family and their offspring
  • Each set of stories presented in chronological order
  • Notes section for Latin and other special terms employed in the text
  • Illustrations drawn from the corpus of ancient sculpture
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Review: SciTech Book News - November 1, 2008
The original dysfunctional family; classical mythology for the new millennium. Williams, Rose. Bolchazy-Carducci Pub., ©2008 61 p. $12.00 BL725 978-0-86516-690-5 A venerable Latin teacher and author of textbooks and teaching guides, Williams here provides an ancillary and quick reference to the Roman pantheon for any person or group studying the ancient world. It resonates particularly well, she says, with the Bolchazy-Carducci textbook Latin for the New Millennium. The title is just a catchy phrase, not an organizing principle. (Annotation ©2008 Book News Inc. Portland, OR)
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