Mythology Ancient, Intriguing Stories from Korea, Japan, and Polynesia

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Sinopsis

This book contains 3 mythology titles:

Korean Mythology - This book is dedicated to exploring the gods and goddesses that the Koreans of old worshiped, and within it, you will find more information about:

  • Strange creatures from Korean mythology 
  • The Korean mythology of Tangu and Ahri
  • Gods and goddesses, and their background stories, from Korean mythology 
  • Supernatural powers, relationships, and dramatic legends 
  • Persisting values from Korean mythology that are present today 

Japanese Mythology - This book is dedicated to exploring the gods and goddesses that the Japanese worshiped, and within the pages you will find subtopics like:

  • Ancient, exciting stories and mysterious myths and intriguing legends from Japan
  • Gods and goddesses that were common in Japan thousands of years ago
  • Historical anecdotes and fun, related background facts
  • The intense meaning and purpose of swords in Japanese culture
  • The controversial legend of Issun Boshi
  • Real folklore monuments and locations you can visit that date back to times of mythological beliefs

Polynesian Mythology - This book is dedicated to exploring the gods and goddesses that the Polynesian people worshiped, and within the pages you will find more information about:

  • Background facts about the Polynesian culture, such as family, social stratification, education, fishing, gardening, religion, art, and traditions
  • The intriguing legend and background story of Maui, the trickster
  • Polynesian names from mythology and their meanings
  • Rangi and Papa and the creation myth from the Polynesian islands
  • What Polynesians believed about ghosts and spirits
  • A brief overview of some of the main spirits and deities Polynesians believed in

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