Mythology | Study Guide

Edith Hamilton

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Author

Edith Hamilton

Year Published

1942

Type

Short Stories

Genre

Mythology

Perspective and Narrator

Edith Hamilton's Mythology has a third-person narrator.

Tense

Edith Hamilton's Mythology is written in past tense.

About the Title

The title, Mythology, is a descriptive term, denoting the book's contents as a comprehensive compilation of ancient Greek, Roman, and Norse myths.

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