Iowa State Journal of Research 51.2

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1976-11-01
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Georges, R.A. Introductory Remarks. v

Folsom, J.K. Introduction: Of Myth and Man. 131

I. Myth and Community

Gerster, P. Mythology: Old and New. 139

Lawrence, J.S. The Persistence of American Manicheanism. 145

Solomon, T.J. The Grand Myth of the One and the Many. 151

McGraw, B. Myth: A semiological and Ideological Definition. 159

Nelson, R.S. The Prison of One's Own Mind. 165

Hollinger, R. The Myth of Relativism (abstract). 169

Consigny, S. The Personal Myth (abstract) 171

II. Myth and Its Manifestations

Hymes, D. The Sun's Myth. 175

Bataille, R.R. Conservative Myth as a Response to Modernity and Popular Culture: The English Augustans and the American Agrarians. 185

Urbanowicz, V. Myth and Science in the Libertarian Idea of Human Nature: Three Writers. 193

Burner, C.H. If it be not sweet, some you may take as true. 203

Ross, R.G. Wilhelm von Humbolt's Theory of Linguistic Relativity: Language as the Original Myth (abstract). 211

Morris, D.H. Stephane Mallarme: A Study in Mythopoesis (abstract). 213

III> Unity through Myth

Kupfer, F. Androgyny and Literature. 217

Amelinckx, F. The Myth of Unity and Poetic Language. 223

Davidson, H.M. Myth, Mathematics, and Rhetoric: The Example of Pascal. 299

Norman, B. Some Similarities between the Classical and Modern Scientific and Literary Minds. 235

Leacock, R.A. The Poetry of Physics and the Physics of Poetry: Isaac Newton and William Butler Yeats. 241

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