i love greek mythology, it was my favorite topic when i was in primary school. I love how even when the ending of a story seemed unjust, retribution of some sort would get the wrongdoers later on in some other story. I loved how gods were born (or developed) as the mythological story progressed and needed an explanation for an event.
Yeah, we have it as a subject in literature...but now that I'm not in school anymore, i still find myself interested and reading more about it. the plots are good, a fine exercise for my imagination....i even use to pray to Aphrodite sometimes (just to ease my mind that I got a back-up god..^_^)
Yes, as well as Roman. I find them both very interesting. I first read Greek Mythology in junior high and was fascinated. I keep meaning to read some more now that I've graduated from school, if I can ever find the time.
I love Greek Mythology, and all the stories of the Gods and Goddesses, the Demi-Gods and such. What interesting tales and beliefs they had in those times. My favorite character of those tales would have to be Calypso the nymph in the Odyssey.
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