Mythology Overall, I Do Not Assessment

Length: 1 pages Subject: Mythology Type: Assessment Paper: #3024762 Related Topics: Zeus, Greek Mythology, Uranus, Milky Way
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With respect to the mythology of the male gods, Zeus, Apollo, and Hephaestus seem to be a combination that matches the dynamism of their female goddess counterparts. These gods represent the good and the bad of males; they also represent the spectrum of power and balance of male energy. There is no one god or goddess myth that I feel...


This is why a selection of two or three myths from each sex expresses to me fully the tension and the sexism (in both directions) throughout Greek mythology. These gods represent how strong men are, how they have ingenuity, are capable of mental & physical achievements, but additionally have very apparent, and almost human-like weaknesses.

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