Myths and Folk-tales of the Russians, Western Slavs, and Magyars (Illustrated) by Jeremiah Curtin

Myths and Folk-tales of the Russians, Western Slavs, and Magyars (Illustrated)

byJeremiah Curtin

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A FEW tens of years ago it was all-important to understand and explain the brotherhood and blood-bond of Aryan nations, and their relation to the Semitic race; to discover and set forth the meaning of that which in mental work, historic strivings, and spiritual ideals ties the historic nations to one another. At the present time this work is done, if not completely, at least measurably well, and a new work awaits us, to demonstrate that there is a higher and a mightier bond,—the relationship of created things with one another, and their inseverable connection with That which some men reverence as God, but which other men call the Unknowable, the Unseen.

This new work, which is the necessary continuation of the first, and which alone can give it completeness and significance, will be achieved when we have established the science of mythology.

Of course all that may be attempted in a volume like the present is to throw out a few hints, and to mention some of the uses of mythology as a science.

Title:Myths and Folk-tales of the Russians, Western Slavs, and Magyars (Illustrated)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 24, 2016Publisher:@AnnieRoseBooksLanguage:English

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