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Credo Reference: Mythology

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Credo Reference helps you start your research in mythology with comprehensive overviews and retellings of myths from the classical era to contemporary folklore and urban legends.

Introduction

"Mythology is the study of whatever religious or heroic legends are so foreign to a student's experience that he cannot believe them to be true....Myth has two main functions. The first is to answer the sort of awkward questions that children ask, such as: 'Who made the world? How will it end? Who was the first man? Where do souls go after death?'...The second function of myth is to justify an existing social system and account for traditional rites and customs."​

Robert Graves, "Introduction," New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology (v)

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This LibGuide was created by Kathy Fester

Concordian International School, Bangkok

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Welcome!

Welcome to the Concordian International School  Library Website

“Librarians are subversive. You think they're just sitting there at the desk, all quiet and everything. They're like plotting the revolution, man. I wouldn't mess with them.” ― Michael Moore

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