Teutonic Mythology

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  • Title: Teutonic Mythology
  • Author: Viktor Rydberg
  • ISBN: 9781402193910
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Teutonic Mythology”

    1. Unconvincing is too mild a criticism for this often paranoid exercise in mythological reconstruction. Even the basic premise -- that all of Norse mythology once made sense, and only isolated, confused fragments of a coherent whole have survived – doesn't stand up to even a cursory interest in mythology. That being said, this is one of the most fun mythological books I've ever had the privilege to read. Some of Rydberg's conclusions are so cleverly teased out that they just might be true, and e [...]

    2. Read this when I was 13 or so.Rydberg weaves an amazing tapestry of the mythic history of Asgard, Vanirheim, Jotunheim, etc. out of scraps of legend from every possible source, full of passion, hate, betrayal and courage.A tapestry that probably has only a passing resemblance to what the Norse actually believed.But it's pretty damned cool.Hard slogging though. Take notes.

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