he overview stated that in reading an ancient myth, you are entering another world, not just the world of that culture and language, but a world where stories are life, and the forms they take and use are experiential, dynamic, and charged with meaning.
Given what you have learned this week about the birth of myth in oral cultures, let us talk about what it means to study myth in a literate culture. Identify the twos stories Isis and Osiris and the creation of egypt. Now, comment upon the oral elements and the literate elements in the two myths. Which elements have the features of oral storytelling, and which have the features of written storytelling?
twos stories Isis and Osiris and the creation of egypt
For your initial post, focus on how the oral elements of the story are different from the written elements and how hearing the story is different from reading the story. There is no “wrong” answer here. Just use your imagination. Reading the myths aloud may help. You may also want to use N. Scott Momaday’s “The Man Made of Words” for inspiration.
only has to be 100 words no plagarism