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Myth, Ritual, Memory, and Exchange: Essays in Greek Literature and Culture

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This work is concerned with the interaction between the cultural assumptions and world-view of ancient (and often of modern) Greeks and their literature. It examines the myths, rituals, memory, and exchange of ancient Greeks with an overriding interest in anthropological field-work. It contains essays written by one of the world's foremost experts in Greek mythology and cu ...more
Hardcover, 423 pages
Published February 15th 2001 by OUP Oxford
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John Gould is the author of two collections of very short stories, Kilter, which was shortlisted for the 2003 Giller Prize and won the Mary Scorer Award (for the best book by a Manitoba publisher), and The Kingdom of Heaven. His fiction has also appeared in chapbooks, and in periodicals across the country. He publishes occasional freelance nonfiction.

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