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Our readers may thus … be entertained by the most charming fictions which fancy has ever created.—Introduction
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The Age of Fable
 
Stories of Gods and Heroes
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
NEW EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED
VOLUMES I & II
 
NEW YORK: REVIEW OF REVIEWS, 1913.
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
 
 
  1. Introduction
  2. Prometheus and Pandora
    1. Apollo and Daphne
    2. Pyramus and Thisbe
    3. Cephalus and Procris
    1. Juno and her Rivals, Io and Callisto
    2. Diana and Actæon
    3. Latona and the Rustics
    4. Phaëton
    1. Midas
    2. Baucis and Philemon
    1. Proserpine
    2. Glaucus and Scylla
    1. Pygmalion
    2. Dryope
    3. Venus and Adonis
    4. Apollo and Hyacinthus
    5. Ceyx and Halcyone: Or, the Halcyon Birds
    6. Vertumnus and Pomona; Iphis and Anaxarete
    7. Cupid and Psyche
    1. Cadmus
    2. The Myrmidons
    1. Nisus and Scylla
    2. Echo and Narcissus
    3. Clytie
    4. Hero and Leander
    1. Minerva and Arachne
    2. Niobe
    1. The Grææ and the Gorgons
    2. Perseus and Medusa
    3. Perseus and Atlas
    4. Andromeda, or the Sea-Monster
    5. The Wedding Feast
    1. Monsters: Giants
    2. The Sphinx
    3. Pegasus and Chimæra
    4. The Centaurs
    5. The Pygmies
    6. The Griffin, or Gryphon
    1. The Golden Fleece
    2. Medea and Æson
    3. Meleager and Atalanta
    1. Hercules
    2. Hebe and Ganymede
    1. Theseus
    2. Olympic and Other Games
    3. Dædalus
    4. Castor and Pollux
    1. Bacchus
    2. Ariadne
    1. The Rural Deities
    2. Erisichthon
    3. Rhœcus
    4. The Water Deities
    5. The Camenæ
    6. The Winds
    1. Achelous and Hercules
    2. Admetus and Alcestis
    3. Antigone
    4. Penelope
    1. Orpheus and Eurydice
    2. Aristæus, the Bee-Keeper
    3. Amphion
    4. Linus
    5. Thamyris
    6. Marsyas
    7. Melampus
    8. Musæus
    1. Arion
    2. Ibycus
    3. Simonides
    4. Sappho
    1. Diana and Endymion
    2. Orion
    3. Aurora and Tithonus
    4. Acis and Galatea
    1. The Trojan War
    2. The Iliad
    1. The Fall of Troy
    2. Menelaus and Helen
    3. Agamemnon, Orestes, and Electra
    4. Troy
    1. Return of Ulysses
    2. The Læstrygonians, or The Lotus-eaters
    3. Scylla and Charybdis
    4. Calypso
    1. The Phæacians
    2. Fate of the Suitors
    1. Adventures of Æneas
    2. Dido
    3. Palinurus
    1. The Infernal Regions
    2. Elysium
    3. The Sibyl
    1. Æneas in Italy
    2. Camilla
    3. Evander
    4. Infant Rome
    5. Nisus and Euryalus
    6. Mezentius
    7. Pallas, Camilla, Turnus
    1. Pythagoras
    2. Egyptian Deities
    3. Oracles
    1. Origin of Mythology
    2. Statues of Gods and Goddesses
    3. Poets of Mythology
    1. Modern Monsters
    2. The Phœnix
    3. The Cockatrice, or Basilisk
    4. The Unicorn
    5. The Salamander
    1. Eastern Mythology: Zoroaster
    2. Hindu Mythology
    3. Castes
    4. Buddha
    5. The Grand Lama
    6. Prester John
    1. Northern Mythology
    2. Valhalla
    3. The Valkyrior
    4. Of Thor and the Other Gods
    5. Thor’s Visit to Jotunheim, the Giant’s Country
    1. The Death of Baldur
    2. The Elves
    3. Ragnarok, the Twilight of the Gods
    4. Runic Letters
    5. The Skalds
    6. Iceland
    7. Teutonic Mythology
    8. The Nibelungen Lied
    9. Wagner’s Nibelungen Ring
    1. The Druids
    2. Iona
 

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