Bulfinch's Mythology - It is THE classic introduction to ancient and medieval myths, and it was the first book that unlocked for the masses the allusions to mythology contained in every-day references and literature. While it is considered a cornerstone of a classical education, Bulfinch's Mythology is also a great read. The tales, and the values and ideals they illustrate, are at the very heart of Western literature and culture, and form the basis for modern Fantasy Literature.
Bulfinch's Mythology is comprised of three separate works, "The Age of Fable" covering Greek and Roman antiquity, "The Age of Chivalry" concerning King Arthur and His Knights, and "Legends of Charlemagne" containing the classic romantic Italian and European tales. Come and meet them yourself, they're all here - the Trojan War, Achilles, Aeneas, Hector, Pygmalion and Galatea, Valhalla and the furies of Thor, Excalibar, Beowulf and Robin Hood, Sir Launcelot, King Arthur, Sir Gawain, Guenever, the Holy Grail, Tristan and Isolde.
To read Bulfinch's Mythology on your Microsoft Smartphone, you must first install an ebook reader. We suggest Mobipocket Reader, which you can download for free from their website. Because Bulfinch's Mythology is downloaded in a zipped format, you must first unzip it using either Winzip or Stuffit Expander on your PC or Mac. Then, use your desktop software to install the books you want to read to your phone, start Mobipocket Reader, and select a book. It's that easy!
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