Monsters in Greek MythologyeBook - 2016
The ancient Greeks were seemingly obsessed by stories involving hideous, dangerous monsters. Modern experts think that tales of blood-thirsty dragons, one-eyed giants, and other scary creatures may have served a social purpose. Namely people needed to recognize and accept the existence of ugliness and evil in order to properly appreciate concepts like beauty and goodness.
Publisher: San Diego : ReferencePoint Press, 2016
Branch Call Number: Overdrive eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource