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In my view good poetry comes from the experience of the poet, it can't be contrived or forced.

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The beginning of the the Enuma Elish starts out with what all existed and how the waters were split between gods. Phylogenetical [ ] It is speculated that likemyths evolve by Comparing Mythologies process of descent with modification. No tears of creases to wraps. And this is an early collection from Cohen, when he was only 22 or so. He also writes profoundly about Jewish history and experience.

However, modern-day scholars lean more toward particularism, feeling suspicious of broad statements about myths. Very good… Description: Montreal: McGill Poetry Series by Contact Press, 1956.

Mythological phylogenies also are a potentially powerful way to test hypotheses about cross-cultural relationships among Motifs [ ] The Deluge, frontispiece to 's illustrated edition of the Bible. "A phylogenetic approach of mythology and its archaeological consequences". He has to date made seventeen albums, the latest being Dear Heather. "A phylogenetic reconstruction of a prehistoric tale".

Historian calls this supreme being a an "idle god"Comparing Mythologies this term is also used more broadly, to refer to any god who doesn't interact regularly with humans. They buried the body of the Pharaoh in a cast, which is known as mummies.