The Story of World Mythologies
An illustrated guide to the world's many and varied mythologies. Exploring the legends that have been told from the earliest times and carried down through the millennia to the present day.
This is a rich source of information on the most famous stories and legends spanning the globe and conveyed in concise, fact-packed sections alongside easy-to-read information panels that allow you to thumb-through this treasure trove at your own pace. Featuring beautiful illustrations of ancient characters, creatures, monsters and heroes as they have appeared in works of art, this is the ideal reference book for anyone wanting an informative and visual resource.
Professor Terri-ann White lectured in the University of Western Australia's Department of English from 1996 until she was seconded in 1999 to establish the Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA. She has been the director of UWA Publishing since 2006 and has served in senior roles in an advisory capacity across literature, dance, art and music programmes over the last 25 years. Professor White is also a respected Australian writer having authored fiction and academic work including a novel, a collection of short stories and a collaborative book. She has also edited poetry, biographies and non-fiction. She remains an Honorary Research Associate at the Faculty of Arts at UWA.