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'''''Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold''''' is a book about Greek mythology written by [[Stephen Fry]] first published on 2017-11-02. In the book, Fry tells the bulk of the Greek religious stories, includes variants, and discusses how they still apply to modern day language and culture.
 
'''''Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold''''' is a book about Greek mythology written by [[Stephen Fry]] first published on 2017-11-02. In the book, Fry tells the bulk of the Greek religious stories, includes variants, and discusses how they still apply to modern day language and culture.
  
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==Review==
 
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* Stephen Fry is quite witty.
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* I enjoy how Fry explains how various words are based on the various names of the divine beings in Greek mythology.
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* Fry does a great job performing the audiobook.
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Revision as of 10:51, 12 December 2019

UK 1st Edition hardcover.

Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold is a book about Greek mythology written by Stephen Fry first published on 2017-11-02. In the book, Fry tells the bulk of the Greek religious stories, includes variants, and discusses how they still apply to modern day language and culture.

Status

I don't own this book, but I am reading it.

Review

Good

  • Stephen Fry is quite witty.
  • I enjoy how Fry explains how various words are based on the various names of the divine beings in Greek mythology.
  • Fry does a great job performing the audiobook.

Bad

Ugly

Media

Links

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