An Anthropological Perspective
Chapter Twelve: Myth: The Narrative Dimension of Religion
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Myth: The Narrative Dimension of Religion
In scholarly usage the term “myth” (from the Greek mythos or story) refers to oral or written accounts about the deeds of culture heroes and supernatural beings long ago. According to Scott Leonard and Michael McClure (2004: 2):
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