Giants, Monsters, and Dragons: An Encyclopedia of Folklore, Legend, and Myth

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ABC-CLIO, 2000 - 428 sayfa
"The encyclopedia is for anyone researching the world's legendary creatures. It not only identifies and describes individual beasts in their cultural context but also groups them together across cultures and discusses common mythological strands and conceits. Each entry is followed by cross-references that guide the reader to related entries of interest. An extensive bibliography and useful appendixes facilitate further pursuit of detailed information."--BOOK JACKET.

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Carol Rose is professor of human resource management and a research fellow in social and public policy, at the University of Kent, Kent, England.

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