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Saïd, Suzanne (2013)
Languages: French
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: mythe, mythologie grecque, littérature antique, hellénisme, égypte gréco-romaine, Literature, LIT004190, DSBB
« “Myth” and “history”... have been perceived as virtual opposites and contradictory ways of looking at the world. We consider “history” to represent objective truth, and “myth” to signify the collective product of a culture’s imagination distilled into paradigmatic narrative scenarios. » Peut-on établir la même opposition entre muthos et historia ? Les opinions varient. S’il faut en croire L. Pernot, « même si les anciens ne placent pas toujours la ligne de partage au même endroit que les mo...
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