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  • n. Plural form of mythographer.


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  • Edward Morris: The late Sid Fleischman was one of my favorite mythographers, in the Tall Tale category.

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  • Blagojevich has folks wondering if Illinois indeed is as corrupt as its mythographers would have us believe.

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  • Hellenic mythographers said both Kore and Eurydice were detained in the underworld because they ate pomegranate seeds there.

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  • David Gates: "If you've ever hankered for the real lowdown on Mickey Mouse's creator and alter ego - it's worth the hankering, since he was one of America's most influential mythographers - Neal Gabler's Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination has it, sort of."

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  • The mythographers are in this particular very ingenious, for they say that monstrous uncouth animals were produced in the time of the Giants war, the moon being out of its course, and not rising where it used to do.

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  • In contrast to the mythographers, the philosophers all believed the world to be everlasting, though the pres - ent condition of the world might come to an end.


  • They are to be found, mainly, in moralizing works; there the gods are literally “reconstructed” from texts borrowed from late antique mythographers.

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  • Mythologies, has not acted as a deterrent to would-be mythographers.


  • This is another instance of the indirect influence of the mythographers in succes - sive periods, and further testimony of the relatively late inflow of continental commentary on literature and the arts into England.

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  • Our special interest in the Andromeda lies, however, in the indebtedness that even so learned and enthusi - astic a classical scholar as Chapman owed to the mythographers and to other continental sources, an -

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