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Hero myths : a reader / edited by Robert A. Segal.

Contributor(s): Segal, Robert Alan.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford, UK ; Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 2000Description: ix, 219 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 063121514X (alk. paper); 0631215158 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): heroji | mitovi o herojima | europski mitovi o herojima | američki mitovi o herojima | heroji antičke Grčke | biblijski heroji | sumerski herojiDDC classification: 291.2/13
Contents:
1. Sigurd (Icelandic/Norse): Hero as Warrior. 2. John Henry (American): Hero of Strength. 3 .Finn (Irish/Celtic): National Hero. 4. Duke of Wellington (English): National Hero. 5. George Washington (American): National Hero. 6. Robin Hood (English): Class Hero. 7. Coyote (Native American): Cultural Hero. 8. Maui (Hawaiian/Polynesian): Hero as Trickster. 9. Christopher Columbus (Italian): Hero as Explorer. 10. Penthesilea (Amazonian): Female Hero as Male. 11. Eve (Biblical): Defiant Hero. 12. Prometheus (Ancient Greek): Defiant Hero. 13. Oedipus (Ancient Greek): Tragic Hero. 14. Job (Biblical): Tragic Hero. 15. Joan of Arc (French): Hero as Saint / Hero as Martyr / Female Hero as Male. 16. Galileo (Italian): Intellectual Hero. 17. Arjuna (Indian): Reluctant Hero. 18. Gilgamesh (Sumerian): Failed Hero. 19. Sisyphus (Ancient Greek): Absurd Hero. 20. Don Quixote (Spanish): Hero as Madman. 21. Davy Crockett (American): Comic Hero. 22. Elvis Presley (American): Hero as Entertainer.
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Sadrži bibliografiju i kazalo.

1. Sigurd (Icelandic/Norse): Hero as Warrior.

2. John Henry (American): Hero of Strength.

3 .Finn (Irish/Celtic): National Hero.

4. Duke of Wellington (English): National Hero.

5. George Washington (American): National Hero.

6. Robin Hood (English): Class Hero.

7. Coyote (Native American): Cultural Hero.

8. Maui (Hawaiian/Polynesian): Hero as Trickster.

9. Christopher Columbus (Italian): Hero as Explorer.

10. Penthesilea (Amazonian): Female Hero as Male.

11. Eve (Biblical): Defiant Hero.

12. Prometheus (Ancient Greek): Defiant Hero.

13. Oedipus (Ancient Greek): Tragic Hero.

14. Job (Biblical): Tragic Hero.

15. Joan of Arc (French): Hero as Saint / Hero as Martyr / Female Hero as Male.

16. Galileo (Italian): Intellectual Hero.

17. Arjuna (Indian): Reluctant Hero.

18. Gilgamesh (Sumerian): Failed Hero.

19. Sisyphus (Ancient Greek): Absurd Hero.

20. Don Quixote (Spanish): Hero as Madman.

21. Davy Crockett (American): Comic Hero.

22. Elvis Presley (American): Hero as Entertainer.

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