Flood Myths of Early China, The
SUNY Press, 2012 - 248 Seiten
Explores how the flood myths of early China provided a template for that society's major social and political institutions.
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Seite 3 - Myths are stories that are distinguished by a high degree of constancy in their narrative core and by an equally pronounced capacity for marginal variation. These two characteristics make myths transmissible by tradition: their constancy produces the attraction of recognizing them in artistic or ritual representation as well [as in recital], and their variability produces the attraction of trying...