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Letters Concerning Mythology [Thomas Blackwell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. Letters to a Friend. Concerning The Septuagint Translation, and The Heathen Mythology.

A rare original article from the Monthly Review, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Letters concerning mythology. [Thomas Blackwell] -- Nineteen letters published anonymously. A person who remains unidentified started the series but died before completing the 8th letter.

The first 6 of the 19 letters (and most of the 7th and 8th) were written by another, who died before completing the work. Preface.

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As the Letters Concerning Mythology were first published in there were nineteen letters in all, the first six by an anonymous hand.

Blackwell was responsible for letters seven to nineteen. Their content was as bold and original as the book on Homer had mater: Marischal College, University of Aberdeen.

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Mythological stories are obviously fictional. However, if these stories are presented in a historical context would that not count as non-fiction, seeing how the fact that people in those times held belief in those myths is not fictional?.

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Letters to a friend, concerning the Septuagint translation, and the heathen mythology.Whether from French or Latin usage, English adopted the word "mythology" in the fifteenth century, at first in the sense 'the exposition of a myth or myths; the interpretation of fables; a book of such expositions'.

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