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Mythology in Literature and Movies
Transcript of Mythology in Literature and Movies
The Chronicles of Narnia
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
How To Train Your Dragon
Written by C.S. LewisTakes place in the mythological land of NarniaIncludes several mythological creatures such as: satyrs, fauns, nymphs, and dwarfs.Using a mythological land and various mythological creatures, Lewis' series of stories (especially The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe) portrays the story of Jesus death and resurrection.
Written by Anne UrsuMade up of three books, each focusing on one of the three great Greek gods.The Shadow Thieves: Chrarlotte Mielswetzski and Zachary Miller journey down to the Underworld and search for Hades in order to stop a demon and grand-nephew of Poseidon, Philonecron, from stealing everybody's shadows and creating an army to take over the world. The Siren Song: Charlotte goes on a cruise with her family. Unfortunately, the ship is owned by Poseidon, and he uses a Siren to hypnotize the passengers into sleeping. He then says that he will feed the passengers to the Krakken for entertainment to his party guests. Zach and Charlotte steal Poseidon's trident and save the passengers. The Immortal Fire: After they survived the perilous Underworld and escaped a murderous Poseidon, they hardly expect their lives to return to normal. When Mr. Mitos, head of the Prometheans sent for them to find Prometheus' Fire so that the humans can have leverage over the gods, they head to Mount Olympus and face the mighty Zeus himself.
The Cronus Chronicles
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