Die schönsten Sagen des klassischen Altertums eBook

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  1. says:

    This is the third in a series of six reviews focusing on books about Greek mythology The books included in this comparative evaluation areBulfinch's Mythology Modern Library Paperback Edition 2004Mythology by Edith Hamilton originally published in 1942 Back Bay Books edition of 1998The Greek Myths by Robert Graves Penguin Books combined edition 1992Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greece by Gustav Schwab Pantheon Books copyright 1946Don't Know Much About Mythology by Kenneth C Davis Harper Collins 2005Myths of the Ancient Greeks by Richard P Martin New American Library 2003As Goodreads is not really set up to handle comparative reviews smoothly the discussion is split across the six book reviews I've tried to evaluate each book on its own particular merits and also give some idea of how it stacks up relative to the others I based the comparative evaluation on three main general criteria readability accuracy and scope breadth and depth of coverage I also looked at how each book handled two particular examples the life of Hercules and the story of Philomela and Procne More details about the comparison can be found in the introduction to the first review Bulfinch evaluation Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greece is a translation of Gustav Schwab's Sagen des Klassischen Altertums a book that has been the canonical source for Greek legends for several generations of Germans I have a previous history with Schwab's original version in German but my comments in this review are based on the excellent 1946 translation by Olga Marx and Ernst Morwitz Gustav Schwab's original version was first published in Stuttgart in 1837 so it predates Bulfinch by a couple of decades Edith Hamilton by roughly a century It's remarkably good Schwab's goal was to write a book which could serve as a reference on Greek mythology at a level that would make them accessible to the common reader He accomplished his goal the book was an immediate success in Germany and Germans still regard it as a canonical reference almost two centuries later The style of Schwab's text is clear authoritative and straightforward mercifully Schwab avoids the kind of syntactical brambles so beloved of many of his contemporaries The translation preserves all the virtues of the original and actually forces me to break out the word 'awesome' because I think it represents an improvement in many places It almost achieves King James status by which I mean that the language often seems so right as to be inevitable and anything else doesn't sound as authoritative in the same way that all other translations of the Bible sound wrong after you've read the King James versionAlthough it runs to 750 pages and the illustrations are nothing to write home about it's a clear useful beautifully comprehensive reference Not my first choice among the six on the list but it's very good nonetheless Schwab's particular genius was an ability to synthesize material from different sources brilliantly frequently enriching a story whose main outlines he takes from one primary source with episodes taken from other sources He does this so seamlessly that it feels like you're reading the canonical version With respect to the two 'test stories' that I sued for the comparative evaluation of all six books on the list Schwab's treatment of the life and adventures of Hercules is exemplary It was a minor disappointment to find no mention of the story of Philomela and Procne Relative to the other books on the list Schwab devotes space to The Trojan War and its aftermath rougly 400 of 700 or so pages Note that he is not giving a direct translation of the Iliad and the Odyssey it's like an intelligent well written precis If you already know the originals pretty well then the last half of Gods and Heroes may not be all that interesting for youThis is a fine book

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    I loved Gustav Schwab's Die schönsten Sagen des klassischen Altertums his exquisite and extensive compilation of Greek mythology tales in German translation as a child when my father read them aloud to my brother my sister and me and still greatly enjoy them today having recently downloaded and reread them on my Kindle Perhaps a bit dated in feel and scope and definitely presenting a writing style that is indeed a bit convoluted and rather old fashioned Gustav Schwab still manages to continuously hold and retain my interest and has actually much rekindled my interest in Greek and to a point Roman mythology and my wish to learn ancient Greek so that I can perhaps sometime in the future manage to read Hesiod's Theogony in the original although I really do now wonder and question whether my father might have indeed simplified some of the stories a bit when he was reading them aloud to us as I do not recall the individual tales being all that complicated Definitely much recommended although for reading in the original fluency in German and familiarity with advanced grammar structures like the passive and the subjunctive is an absolute must there are though numerous decent and readable translations of this collection in English with Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greece being the most popular and readily available

  3. says:

    My very first book the one that changed my life This is the reason way i studyied ancient Greek and Latin for 4 yearsYou know how you often get asked a silly question like ''If you had one book to take on a deserted island'' well i'd choose this one I don't even travel without it it's my childhoof blanket my teddy bear And one day if i have children they will too fall asleep listening to the stories from Olimpus and about Trojan war

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    Pantheon has always done a wonderful job of publishing comprehensive and engaging volumes with their series of folklore works and Schwab's work carries on the tradition perfectlyThere's not much I really can say considering the stories represented here are age old and known throughout countless generations Rather I'll praise the thorough job done in compiling all the stories There's no need to jump from book to book any when studying the different tales or history making it wonderful for a reference as well as entertainment The language it's presented in isn't stuffy like so many anthologies of mythology tend to be making a classic subject very approachable

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    i really enjoyed this idk i felt that the writing kept me interested and ive learnt a lot about greek mythology and heroesIt has taken me a while to get through this and there are a lot of stories i didn't read them all but a good portion and i've taken it day by day but i loved it

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    I read it as kid 11 years old i can remember how i was devouring it with big enthusiasm While my classmates chosed to talk about theire hobbies as presentation in front of the class i talked about theTen heroic deeds of Heracless Was big fun for me

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    116 Greek gods and heroes Gustav Schwab Methdology 1840Barack201704 152020050 7 hero it would give him the biggest threat is not the enemy in front of him but his family and friends behind Greek Mythology first published in Germany in 1840 It collects various legends about gods and heroes of the ancient Greek nation and vividly depicts the social life of the ancient Greeks Gustav Schwab was born in Stuttgart Germany in 1792 and died in 1850 Studied at the University of Tubingen He used to be Schiller's teacher His main literary contribution is to discover and sort out ancient cultural heritage Representative works Greek Mythology and so on Part of the catalog1 Prometheus2 The century of mankind3 Pila and Deucalion4 Zeus and Io5 Phaeton6 Europa7 Cadmus8 Pentos9 Perseus10 Creusa and Ion Although we would not really believe that the Trojan War was just for the fight for Helen not for the benefit But there is such a legend that when the Trojan War reached its tenth year the Greeks were tired of the war and complained that it was not worth fighting for a woman for so long But when they saw Helen's beauty with their own eyes they changed their minds thinking that the war would be okay for another 10 years Visible man's wisdom degree and extent of a woman's beauty as inversely proportional and proportional to the degree of courage and a woman's beauty He Prometheus knew that the seeds of the gods were hidden in the soil so he picked up some of the soil moistened it with river water and squeezed it in this way making it the god the ruler of the world Image In order to give life to the human form made of mud he ingests good and evil from the hearts of various animals and seals them in the human chest Among the gods he has a friend the goddess of wisdom Athena She was amazed at the creation of the son of Titan for blowing soul and divine breath to this creature with only half life There are also legends in China that Nuwa used clay to create people It seems that the myths of various countries tend to think that people are made of clay This is probably a concept that farming civilization is likely to produce because people's supplies all come from the soil and they are buried in the soil after death His Prometheus wit drove him to deceive the gods He slaughtered a bull on behalf of his creation and asked the gods to take the part they liked After he finished killing he divided it into two piles He put meat viscera and fat on one pile covered with cowhide and a cow belly on top on the other pile he put bare bones cleverly covered with cow suet But this pile is relatively large Some The all knowing and all powerful Zeus saw through his deception and said Son of Iapertos prominent king my good friend how unfair your distribution is ”” ” What I have been unable to understand is that since the gods are so powerful why do we need human sacrifices? They can kill humans easily so why not kill livestock themselves ? People kind of tribute to them are not easy things can get it? And they have the most beautiful food so why should they enjoy the livestock of the world? This woman Pandora is holding a gift in both hands a huge closed box She just walked to Epimetheus when she suddenly opened the lid and a large group of disasters flew out Quickly spread to the ground But there is the only beautiful thing hidden deep in the bottom of the box hope Because of the warning of the Father of the gods before it flew out Pandora put down the lid and closed the box permanently Now count Unclear different forms of misery fill the earth the air and the sea Diseases linger among mankind day and night secretly and quietly because Zeus did not give them a voice Various fevers attack the earth and death In the past I staggered into the world so slowly but now I move forward with flying steps Myths and religious stories are often allegorical Although the story is simple it reveals some truths in life People were tempted by beauty and other things and opened Pandora's box which also caused endless disasters Only hope can redeem mankind The suffering of this prisoner Prometheus was judged to be permanent or at least thirty thousand years He roared loudly and called out the wind the river the void where nothing can hide and the earth of the mother of all things for His pain testified but his spirit was still very strong No matter who as long as he learns to recognize the unshakable power of destiny he said he must endure the pain awarded by the goddess of fate Zeus' threats also failed to persuade him to explain his unlucky prophecy that a new marriage will corrupt and destroy the king of the gods Zeus will do what he says He sends a eagle to peck every day He eats prisoner’s liver but no matter how much he eats the liver regenerates This pain will continue until someone voluntarily comes out and suffers for him Prometheus offends powerful gods for the sake of weak humans To do so is really worth of it? Gods can punish him but humans cannot protect him Even Hercules who later liberated Prometheus was also the son of Zeus not purely human The first age human beings created by the gods were golden humans At this time Cronus that is Saturn ruled the kingdom of heaven They lived carefree without labor and sorrow almost like gods They will not age Their hands and feet still have the power of youth Their limbs are soft and disease free and they enjoy feasts and happiness throughout their lives The gods also love them and give them rich harvests and magnificent livestock Be theirs When the time of death comes they will fall into undisturbed long sleep but when they are alive they have many wishful things The earth automatically grows very rich fruits for them Their needs are met and everyone is in peace and happiness Live happily When the goddess of fate judges them to leave the earth they become benevolent protectors walking around in the clouds giving gifts presiding justice and punishing sins Subsequently the gods created second age humans silver humans this is different from the first race in appearance and spirit Their children and grandchildren have maintained their childhood for hundreds of years and they will not be mature and are under the care of their mothers And spoiling In the end when such a child grows up to adulthood he is left with only a short life Because they can't control their feelings their presumptuous actions make this new humanity fall into disaster They are rude and arrogant and each other Violation no longer offering proper sacrifices to the altar of the gods to show respect Zeus was very angry that they lacked respect for the gods so he wiped out this race from the earth But because this silver race is not entirely There is no morality so there must be some kind of honor When they terminate human life they can still roam the earth as demons Now the heavenly Father Zeus has created a Tertiary race bronze humans This is completely different from humans in the Silver Age They are cruel and rough accustomed to war and always kill each other They damage the fruits of the fields and eat and drink The flesh and blood of animals their stubborn will is as hard as a diamond From their broad shoulders grow irresistible giant arms They wear bronze armor live in bronze houses and operate with bronze tools because they There was no iron at that time But although they were tall and terrible and kept fighting with each other they couldn't resist death When they left the clear and bright land they descended into the dark night of the underworld When this race is completely Simie the son of Zeus Cronos created Quaternary race they rely on the land to produce life These new humans are noble than ever before in human and public positive But they are ancient The heroes of the so called demigods But in the end they also fell into vendettas and wars Some were outside the city of Thebai for the land war of King Oedipus and some took ships to the Troy wilderness for the beautiful Helen In battles and disasters they ended their survival on the ground Zeus assigned them to the bright island of Bliss in the dark ocean Here they lead a peaceful and happy life after death Three times a year the rich earth gives them Their sweet fruit harvest The 4th era is the era of heroes The ancient poet Hesiod talked about the legend of the human century He ended with this sigh Ah if I am not born in the fifth age of the present human being let me die earlier or be born later Because now is the century of black iron Humans at this time are totally sinful They work day and night and worry about them The gods make them have deeper and deeper troubles but the biggest troubles are brought to themselves by themselves Fathers do not love sons sons do not love fathers Guests hate their host and friends hate their friends Even the brothers are not as sincere as in ancient times and the white hair of their parents is not respected Old people have to listen to shameful words and endure blows Ah ruthless humans Have you forgotten the referee given by the gods and dare to live up to the upbringing grace of senior parents? Powerful people are everywhere and people destroy their neighboring cities Covenant keeping good and just people are not rewarded while evil and hard hearted blasphemers are honored Kindness and elegance are no longer respected The wicked are allowed to hurt goodness tell lies and bet on false spells This is why these people are so unhappy Discord and malicious jealousy pursued them and made their eyebrows furrowed Until this time the goddesses of the highest kind and dignity who have often come to the earth are now sadly covering their beautiful limbs with white robes and returning to the eternal gods There is nothing left for mankind but misery and this misery is invisible Here the history of mankind is divided into five discrete ages the golden age the silver age the bronze age the heroic age and the current age of black iron In Christian mythology people think that mankind has been destroyed many times In Greek mythology they also believed that humans were repeatedly created and destroyed Zeus returned to Mount Olympus the gods sat and deliberation decided to destroy all the shameful human race He was about to castigate the whole earth with lightning but immediate stop because I am afraid that Congress is calamity day and and burned The pivot of the universe So he put down the thunder and lightning that Cookrops had cast for him determined to land with heavy rain and flood mankind with floods In the myths and legends of most peoples there was a period of flooding in prehistoric times Is this the memory of human ancestors from the ice age? And most legends also tend to think that deities live on mountains or in the sky They Ducathion and Pila knelt before the semi destroyed altar of the goddess of justice Themis and prayed to the immortal goddess Tell us goddess how we can recreate the extinct human race Ah help the world be born again Leave from my altar a voice replied Cover your head untie your clothes and throw your mother's bones behind you They meditated on the mysterious words for a long time Pilar was the first to break through the silence Forgive me great goddess she said if I tremble and disobey you because I hesitated I don’t want to throw my mother’s bones Offend her ghost But Deucalion's heart suddenly brightened as if a ray of light flashed He comforted his wife with soothing words Unless my understanding is wrong the god's command will never tell us to do something wrong He said The earth is our mother and her bones are stones Pila it is the stone that is going to throw behind us The gods seem to always dislike making their predictions too obvious Often the method implied pointed out need those puzzle to be their own imagination Does this imply that the ancient priests deliberately gave ambiguous predictions to prevent mistakes in their predictions so as to ensure that both positive and negative could be explained? Hera the mother of the gods has known her husband's unfaithfulness for a long time Because he often carried her on his back indiscriminately in love with the daughters of demigods and mortals She never restrained her anger and jealousy she always harbored tenacity Her suspicion monitors every movement of Zeus on the ground Now she is looking at the place where her husband is hiding her pleasure She is surprised to see that the place is also clouded with clouds on sunny days It is not rising from the river nor Not from the ground nor for other natural reasons She immediately became suspicious She searched Olympus and found no Zeus If I am not mistaken she said angrily my husband Must be doing a serious sin against me again The source of a man's effort begins with Zeus the father of the gods and the source of women's jealousy and sensitivity begins with Hera the mother of the gods If the wife is weak she can only endure it in silence And if the wife and the husband are equally strong then the two continue to carry out this kind of reconnaissance and counter reconnaissance rest On the bank of the Nile she Io knelt on her front feet held her head up and looked up at Zeus in the sky in silent complaints He saw her aroused pity and immediately went to Hera embraced her and begged her Have mercy on this poor girl He explained that she did not entice him to become unrighteous and swears by the river in the lower realm because gods often swear that way that he will never give up his love for her in the future When he is begging her Hera also heard the scream of the heifer from the clear sky She softened her heart and allowed Zeus to restore Ios to its original form A loving but powerful husband Like a jealous wife who has the same power The two were afraid of each other When the husband is greedy for other young and beautiful women This will be the beginning of the latter's tragic fate Because she could not refuse the former and once their personal affair was discovered by the lover's wife the lover could not protect the poor woman

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    If you enjoy Greek Mythology this is definitely the book for you Now I will have to admit I did not read this book completely in one month but that is what I loved about it You can pick up this book and always find a new adventure to read By the time you read them all you will be excited just to start all over again Gods and Heroes consists of many collected stories of the great legends of Greek Mythology Each story is an escape from reality Whether you are on a long voyage home from the fall of Troy or becoming King of the Gods you are always captivated with these ancient adventures Prior to reading this book I would say that I had a pretty decent amount of background knowledge pertaining to Greek Mythology After completing this book I realized that there were so many stories that I was not aware about For example the story of Europa Europa was a Phoenician princess and was fancied by Zeus He fancied her so much that he appeared to her as a beautiful white bull Europa got on to Zeus the bull and he whisked her away to the island of Create What went on with Zeus and Europa? You will have to read the story to find out I will tell you that the continent of Europe was named after her Stories such as this are interesting and intense I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoyed adventure and mythology I like this book because of the action combined with the historical settings I also enjoyed this book because you can take your time to enjoy the individual stories I did not like that the stories are not clearly divided into chapters it made it difficult to find individual stories

  9. says:

    Great book It has 3 sections miscellaneus gods and heroes stories the Troy War and Odysseus I would have put 5 stars to this book but the war theme in part 2 just wasn't for me The author captures the stories in a very easy and enjoyable way to read

  10. says:

    These stories are interesting as fuck