Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun History interspersed with fable; mythical history.

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Examples

  • Others, like Northrup Frye and Carl G. Jung and his followers, have called what Tedlock describes as myth-history, archetypal criticism or analytical symbology.

    The Hero Cycle in Maya Myth & Culture

  • Others, like Northrup Frye and Carl G. Jung and his followers, have called what Tedlock describes as myth-history, archetypal criticism or analytical symbology.

    The Hero Myth in Maya Art & Culture

  • There Will Be Blood, we watch Daniel Plainview "for the myth-history of capitalism, the invisible force whose logic 'speaks' his every action, subverts or destroys his every companion, dominates his environment by draining it dry ([Paul Thomas]

    GreenCine Daily

  • There Will Be Blood, we watch Daniel Plainview "for the myth-history of capitalism, the invisible force whose logic 'speaks' his every action, subverts or destroys his every companion, dominates his environment by draining it dry ([Paul Thomas]

    GreenCine Daily

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