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Gods, Demigods, and Demons: An Encyclopedia of Greek Mythology (Point) Paperback – April, 1988
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I'm 44 now, about 30 years have gone by since I read this book for the first time, and yet, still I have the book as a treasure of my life.
Anyway, I am going to get this English edition, too, so that I can study English with much more motivation.
(My English is just limited, be patient with it please)
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I've had this book for over forty years--I bought the first edition new and am buying another because it has worn out. It's a handy go-to guide to refresh your memory on who's who. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gaius Cornelius Tacitus
You should read this book! It's very interesting to read and it's very educational. Great price and great book!
This was a great book. I love mythology and this book gave me information that I already knew and a lot of thing I didn't. It is something I would read again.Published on October 4, 2013 by mistb
Learned a lot. I am sure I will use this book as reference many times in the future. Might be expanded with a fuller version of the adventures undertaken by the charactersPublished on September 26, 2013 by jd
This was the easiest study guide to Greek mythology. Very easy and informative. I recommend this for anyone needing more in-depth analysis on characters.Published on September 15, 2013 by Brooke
The book is good for kids
That like God's.
And it tells them story's, facts, and notes.
I think this is a good book.
I was expecting stories and as the stories are told, I wanted a explanation of the different Mythological figures. Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by Varina