Mythology: The Voyage of the Hero

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Grateful acknowledgment is made for use of the following materials: Page 13: Reprinted with permission of Simon & Schuster and A.P. Watt Ltd. on behalf of Michael Yeats from The Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume I: THE POEMS, revised and edited by Richard J. Finneran. Copyright 1928 by Macmillan Publishing Company, © renewed 1956 by Georgia Yeats.

Pages 13-14, 44-45, 46-47, 92, 96, 112-14, 217: Reprinted with permission from Penguin Books Ltd.from The Greek Myths by Robert Graves. Pages 14-18, 54-55, 224: Reprinted by permission of Harvard University Press. From Buddhism in Translations by Henry Clark Warren, copyright © 1896 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College.

Pages 18, 30-31, 164-65, 227-28, 238: From The Masks of God: Primitive Mythologyby Joseph Campbell. Copyright © 1959, 1969, and renewed 1987 by Joseph Campbell. Used by permission of Viking Penguin, a division of Penguin Books USA Inc. and the Joseph Campbell Foundation. 1-800-330-MYTH.

Pages 19-20: Reprinted with permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., from The Myth of the Birth of the Hero and Other Writings by Otto Rank, edited by Philip Freund. Copyright 1932, 1936, © 1959 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. Copyright renewed 1960, 1964 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

Page 21: From The Mahabharata translated by Chakravarthi V. Narasimhan , Copyright © 1973 by Columbia University Press. Reprinted with permission of the publisher.

Pages 23, 128-32, 186-91: From Myths and Legends of the Polynesians by Johannes Andersen. Reprinted by permission of Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc. of Tokyo, Japan.

Page 25: Reprinted by permission of the publishers and the Loeb Classical Libraryfrom Diodorus Siculus: Library of History, Volume II translated by C. J. Oldfather, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1935.

Pages 28, 33-34, 157, 171, 217, 219: Reprinted by permission of the publisher, The Vanguard Press, from Gods of the Greeks by C. Kerjnyi.

Pages 26-27: From Indian Tales of North America, edited by T. P. Coffin. Reprinted with permission of the American Folklore Society from Journal of American Folklore Society, 76:299, 1963. Not for further reproduction.

Pages 28-29, 115-17, 174, 197, 228: Reprinted with permission of the University of Nebraska Pressfrom Blackfoot Lodge Tales by George Bird Grinnell .

Page 31, 48: Reprinted with permission of Cooper Square Publishers, Inc. from The Mythology of All Races, edited by Louis Gray.

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