Month: June 2020
A Riddle, a Pun, and a New Logo
What’s black and white and re(a)d all over?
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From Epic to Labours to Saga: Myth-Making
From Epic to Labours to Saga: Myth-Making One of the most fascinating aspects of myths in general is how there are so frequently variations of the “same” stories. I mean this in a few senses, but, primarily, consider, say, the stories of Heracles and Hercules, and, secondarily, consider Joseph Campbell‘s concept of the monomyth. I’ll…
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