K. Dickson
Bibliography-in-Progress of Texts on Myths & Comparative Mythology


Updated 13.08.14
List is restricted to book-length studies in English.
Please send suggestions for additions and corrections to kdickson@purdue.edu

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•Africa
Abrahams, R. 1983. African Folktales. New York: Pantheon.
Abrahamsson, H. 1951. The Origin of Death: Studies in African Mythology. Upsala: Studia Ethnographica Upsaliensia 3.
Appiah, P. 1966. Ananse the Spider: Tales from an Ashanti Village. New York: Pantheon.
______. 1967. Tales of an Ashanti Father. London: Deutsch.
______. 1968. The Pineapple Child and Other Tales from Ashanti. London: Deutsch.
Arnott, K. 1967. Tales of Temba: Traditional African Stories. New York: Walck.
Bacquart, J.-B. 1998. The Tribal Arts of Africa: Surveying Africa's Artistic Geography. London: Thames & Hudson.
Beier, U. (ed.). The Origin of Life and Death: African Creation Myths. London: Heinemann.
______. 1980. Yoruba Myths. New Rochelle: Cambridge University Press.
Belcher, S. 2005. African Myths of Origin. London: Penguin.
Biebuyck, D. 1969. The Mwindo Epic: From the Banyanga (Congo Republic). Berkeley: University of California Press.
______. 1978. Hero and Chief: Epic Literature from the Banyanga, Zaire Republic. Berkeley: University of California Press
Bonnefoy, Y. (ed.). 1993. American, African, and Old European Mythologies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Conrad,  D. (tr.). 2004. Sunjata. A West African Epic of the Mande Peoples. Indianapolis: Hackett.
Courlander, H. 1973.
Tales of Yoruba Gods and Heroes. New York: Crown Publishers.
______. 1975. A Treasury of African Folklore. New York: Crown.
Davidson, B. 1990. African Civilization Revisited: From Antiquity to Modern Times. New York: Africa World Press.
Davis, K. & Farajaje-Jones, E. (eds.). 1991. African Creative Expressions of the Divine. Washington DC: Howard University School of Divinity.
Evans-Pritchard, E. 1967. The Zande Trickster. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Feldman, S. (ed.). 1963. African Myths and Tales. New York: Dell.
Finnegan, R. 1967. Limba Stories and Story-Telling. Oxcord: Oxford University Press.
Ford, C. 1999. Th
e Hero with an African Face: Mythic Wisdom of Traditional Africa. New York: Bantam.
Goody, J. 1972. The Myth of the Bagre. Oxford: Clarendon.
Iloanusi, O. 1984. Myths of the Creation of Man and the Origin of Death in Africa: A Study in Igbo Traditional Culture and Other African Cultures. Frankfurt am Main: Lang.

Knappert, J. 1971. Myths and Legends of the Congo. Nairobi: Heinemann.
______.
1970. Myths and Legends of the Swahili. Nairobi: Heinemann.
______. 1977.
Bantu Myths and Other Tales. Leiden: Brill.
Kyeretwic, K. 1964. Ashanti Heroes. Accra: Waterville.
Lindfors, B. (ed.), 1977. Forms of Folklore in Africa: Narrative, Poetic, Gnomic, Dramatic. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Maquet, J. 1972. Civilizations of Black Africa. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Okpewho, I.
1992. African Oral Literature: Backgrounds, Character, and Continuity. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press.
______. 1997. Once upon a Kingdom: Myth, Hegemony & Identity. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press.
Oliver, R. 1991. The African Experience. New York: Icon/HarperCollins.
Parrinder, E. 1967. African Mythology. London: Hamlyn.
Pelton, R. 1980. The Trickster in West Africa: A Study of Mythic Irony and Sacred Delight. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Radin, P. (ed.), 1952. African Folktales. New York: Schocken.
Scheub, H. 1971.
Bibliography of African Oral Narratives. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
______. 2002. A Dictionary of African Mythology: The Mythmaker as Storyteller. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Skinner, E. (ed.). 1973. Peoples and Cultures of Africa: An Anthropological Reader. Garden City: Doubleday.
Werner, A. 1995. [1925] Africa: Myths and Legends. rpr. London: Senate.
______. 1933. Myths and Legends of the Bantu. London: Harrap.
Westley, D. 1991. Hausa Oral Traditions: An Annotated Bibliography. Boston: African Studies Center.

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•Anthologies & Encyclopedias
Andrews, T. 2000.
Legends of the Earth, Sea, and Sky: An Encyclopedia of Nature Myths. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Ann, M. 1995. Goddesses in World Mythology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Baird, D. (pub.) 1996-2000. Myth and Mankind. 20 vols. Amsterdam: Time-Life Books.
Bierlein, J. 1994. Parallel Myths. New York: Ballantine.
Bently, P. (ed.). 1995. The Dictionary of World Myth. New York: Facts on File.
Cavendish, R. (ed.). 1984. An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Mythology. New York: Crescent.
Cohen, D. 1982.
Encyclopedia of Monsters. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co.
Cotterell. 1990. A Dictionaryof World Mythology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Eliot, A. 1990. The Universal Myths: Heroes, Gods, Tricksters, and Others. New York: Meridian.
Elkhadem, S. 1981. The York Companion to Themes and Motifs of World Literature: Mythology, History and Folklore. Fredricton: York Press.
Franz, M.-L. von. 1995. Creation Myths. Boston: Shambala.
Gray, L. & McCulloch, J. (eds.). 1916-1932. Mythology of All Races. 13 vols. Boston: Marshall Jones.
    Contents: I. Greek and Roman, by W. S. Fox. 1916. — II. Eddic, by J. A. Macculloch. 1930. — III. Celtic, by J. A. Macculloch; Slavic, by Jan Machal. 1918. — IV. Finno-Ugric, Siberian, by Uno Holmberg. 1927.V. Semitic, by S.H. Langdon. 1931. VI. Indian, by A. B. Keith; Iranian, by A. J. Carnoy. 1917.VII. Armenian, by M. H. Ananikian; African, by Alice Werner. 1925VIII. Chinese, by J. C. Ferguson; Japanese, by Masaharu Anesaki. 1928.  — IX. Oceanic, by R. B. Dixon. 1916.X. North American, by H. B. Alexander. 1918.XI. Latin-American, by H. B. Alexander. 1920.XII. Egyptian, by W. M. Muller;  Indo-Chinese, by J. G. Scott. 1918.XIII. Complete index to volumes I-XII. 1932.
Greenway, J. 1964. Literature Among the Primitives. Hatboro: Folklore Associates.
______ (ed.). 1965. The Primitive Reader: An Anthology of Myths, Tales, Songs, Riddles, and Proverbs of Aboriginal Peoples Around the World. Hatboro: Folklore Associates.
Grimal, P. (ed.). 1965. Larousse World Mythology. London: Hamlyn.
Guirand, F. (ed.) 1991. New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology. New York: Facts on File.
Harpur, J. 1994. The Atlas of Sacred Places: Meeting Points of Heaven and Earth. New York: Henry Holt.
Jordan, M. 1993. Myths of the World. A Thematic Encyclopedia. London: Kyle Cathie.

Leach, M. 1992. Guide to the Gods. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.
Leeming, D. 1973. Mythology: The Voyage of the Hero. Philadelphia: Lippincott.

______. 1990. The World of Myth. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Leeming, D. & Leeming, M. 1995. A Dictionary of Creation Myths. New York: Oxford University Press.
Leonard, S. & McClure, M. 2004. Myth & Knowing. An Introduction to World Mythology. Boston: McGraw-Hill.
Littleton, C. (ed.). 2002. World Mythology: The Illustrated Anthology of World Myth & Storytelling. Thunder Bay: Thunder Bay Press.
Lurker, M. 1987.
Dictionary of Gods and Goddesses, Devils and Demons. London: Routledge.
Mercante, A. (ed.). 1988. The Facts on File Encyclopedia of World Mythology and Legend. New York: Facts on File.
O'Brien, J. 1982. In the Beginning. Creation Myths from Ancient Mesopotamia, Israel, and Greece. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Porteous, A. 2001. The Forest in Folklore and Mythology. New York: Dover.
Rabkin, E. (ed.) 1979. Fantastic Worlds. Myths, Tales, and Stories. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Rosenberg, D. 1994. World Mythology.  Lincolnwood: NTC.

______. 1997. Folklore, Myths, and Legends: A World Perspective. Lincolnwood: NTC.
Segal, R. (ed.). 2000. Hero Myths. London: Blackwell.
Schechter, H. 1992. Discoveries. Fifty Stories of the Quest. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sienkewicz, T. 1996. World Mythology: An Annotated Guide to Collections and Anthologies. Lanham: Scarecrow, and Englewood Cliffs: Salem.
Sproul, B. 1979. Primal Myths: Creating the World. New York: Harper & Row.
Thury, E. & Devinney, M. 2005. Introduction to Mythology. Modern Approaches to Timeless Stories. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Turner, P. & Coulter, C. 2001. Dictionary of Ancient Deities. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Willis, R. (ed.) 1993. World Mythology. New York: Holt.

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•Arabic Myth
Armstrong, K. 1992. Muhammad: A Biography of the Prophet. San Francisco: Harper.
Bushnaq, I. 1986.
Arab Folktales. New York: Pantheon Books.
Stetkevych, J. 1996. Muhammad and the Golden Bough: Reconstructing Arabian Myth. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press.

•Arctic
Blake, D. 2001. Inuit Life Writings and Oral Traditions Inuit Myths. St. John's: Educational Resource Development Co-operative.
Christopher, N. et al. 2007. Stories of the Amautalik Fantastic Beings from Inuit Myths and Legends. Iqaluit: Inhabit Media.
Fienup-Riordan, A. 1994. Boundaries and Passages Rule and Ritual in Yup'ik Eskimo Oral Tradition. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Hall, E. 1975. The Eskimo Storyteller: Folktales from Noatak, Alaska. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.
Handbook of North American Indians. 1978—. 20 vols. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution. (SEE link for complete information.) V. Arctic. — VII. Subarctic.
MacDonald, J. 1998. The Arctic Sky Inuit Astronomy, Star Lore, and Legend. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum/Nunavut Research Institute.
Pentikainen, J. (ed.) 2002. Lars Levi Laestadius. Fragments of Lappish Mythology. Beaverton, ONT: Aspasia.
Riordan, J. 1989. The Sun Maiden and the Crescent Moon: Siberian Folk Tales. Edinburgh: Canongate.

Spalding, A. 1979. Eight Inuit Myths. New York: American Ethnological Society.
Wolfson, E. 2001. Inuit Mythology. Berkeley Heights: Enslow Pub.

•Australia
Allen, L. 1975. Time Before Morning: Art and Myth of the Australian Aborigines. New York: Crowell.
Arden, H. 1994. Dreamkeepers: A Spirit Journey into Aboriginal Australia. New York: HarperCollins.
Beckett, J. (ed.). 1988. Past and Present: The Construction of Aboriginality. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.
Bell, D. 1978. Daughters of the Dreaming. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
Berndt, R. & Berndt, C. 1977. The World of the First Australians. Sydney: Ure Smith.
______. 1989.
The Speaking Land. Melbourne: Penguin.
Blows, J. 1995. Eagle and Crow: An Exploration of Australian Aboriginal Myth. New York: Garland.
Chatwin, B. 1987. The Songlines. London: Penguin.
Cowan, J. 1990. Mysteries of the Dreaming: The Spiritual Life of Australian Aborigines. Dorset: Prism.
Eliade, M. 1973. Australian Religions: An Introduction. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Gill, S. 1998. Storytracking. Texts, Stories, and Histories in Central Australia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Hiatt, L. 1975. Australian Aboriginal Mythology: Essays in Honour of W.E.H Stanner. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.
Horton, D. 1994. The Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History, Society, and Culture Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.
Hume, L. 1997. Witchcraft and Paganism in Australia. Carlton: Melbourne University Press.
______. 2002. Ancestral Power. The Dreaming, Concsiousness and Aboriginal Australians. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
Isaacs, J. 1980. Australian Dreaming: 40,000 Years of Aboriginal History. Sydney: Lansdowne Press.
Janssen, H. (ed.) 1973. Tolai Myths of Origin. Milton: Jacaranda Press.
Lawlor, R. 1991.
Voices Of The First Day: Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime. Rochester VT: Inner Traditions.
McConnel, U. 1957. Myths of the Munkan. Carlton: Melbourne Univerrsity Press.
Mountford, C. 1985. The Dreamtime Book: Australian Aboriginal Myths. XXX: Louis Braille.
Reed, A. 1965. Myths and Legends of Australia. Sydney: Reed.
______, 1978. Aboriginal Myths: Tales of the Dreamtime. Terry Hills: Reed.
______, 1993. Aboriginal Myths, Legends, and Fables. Chatswood: Reed.
Robinson, R. 1966. Aboriginal Myths and Legends. Melbourne: Sun Books.
Róheim, G. 1945. The Eternal Ones of the Dream. A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Australian Myth and Ritual. New York: International University Press.
Sutton, Peter. 2003. Native Title in Australia: An Ethnographic Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Voigt , A. & Drury, N. 1997. Wisdom Of The Earth: The Living Legacy of the Aboriginal Dreamtime. East Roseville: Simon & Schuster.
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Celtic Myth
(List excludes Arthurian Cycle.)
Alcock, L. 1971. Arthur's Britain. London: Harmondsworth.
Aldhouse-Green, M. 2004. An Archaeology of Images. Iconology and Cosmology in Iron Age and Roman Europe. London: Routledge. [SEE also Green, M.]
Ashe, G. 1990. Mythology of the British Isles. London: Methuen.
Best, R. and Bergin, O. (edd.). 1970 (1929). Lebor na hUidre; The Book of the Dun Cow. Dublin: Royal Irish Society.
______. 1954. Lebor Laignech: The Book of Leinster. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.
Billington, S. & Green, M. 1999. The Concept of the Goddess. London: Routledge.
Bitel, L. 1996. Land of Women: Tales of Sex and Gender from Early Ireland. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Bonnefoy, Y. (ed.). 1993. American, African, and Old European Mythologies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Bridgman, T. 2004. Hyperboreans. Myth and History in Celtic-Hellenic Contacts. London: Routledge.
Bromwich, R. (ed.). 1978. Trioedd Ynys Prydain (The Welsh Triads). Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Calder, D. et al. 1983. Sources and Analogues of Old English Poetry II: The Major Germanic and Celtic Texts in Translation. Totowa: Barnes & Noble.

Celtic Literature Collective (online): http://www.maryjones.us/ctexts/
Chadwick, N. 1970. The Celts. London: Penguin.
Chapman, M. 1992. The Celts: The Construction of a Myth. London: Macmillan.
Clarke, L. 1997. Essential Celtic Mythology. London: Thorsons.
Collis, J. 1984. The European Iron Age. London: Batsford.
Condren, M. 1989. The Serpent and the Goddess: Women, Religion, and Power in Celtic Ireland. San Francisco: Harper & Row.
Conway, D. 2001.
Maiden, Mother, Crone: The Myth and Reality of the Triple Goddess. MN: Llewellyn Publications.
Cotterell, Arthur. 1999. The Myths and Legends of the Celtic World. Lorenz Books: Anness.
Cross, T. 1952. Motif Index of Early Irish Literature. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Cunliffe, B. 1979. The Celtic World. New York: McGraw-Hill.
______. 2003. The Celts. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Curran, R. 2000. The Creatures of Celtic Myth. Boston: Houghton.
Curtin, J. 1975. Myths and Folklore of Ireland. New York: Gramercy.

Dames, M. 1992. Mythic Ireland. London: Thames & Hudson
D'Arbois de Jubainvill, H. 2006. The Irish Mythological Cycle and Celtic Mythology. Whitefish: Kessinger.
Davidson, H. 1989. Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe: Early Scandinavian and Celtic Religions. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
Delaney, F. 1992. Legends of the Celts. New York: Sterling Press.

Dillon, M. (ed.) 1948.
Early Irish Literature. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
______. 1985. Irish Sagas. XX: Learning Links.
Dixon-Kennedy, M. 1996. Celtic Myth and Legend: An A-Z of People and Places. London: Blandford.
Doan, J. 1987. Women and Goddesses in Early Celtic History, Myth and Legend. Boston: Northeastern University Press.
Dooley, A. 2006. Playing the Hero: Reading the Irish Saga Táin Bó Cúailnge. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Duffy, K. 1996. Who Were the Celts? New York: Barnes & Noble.
Ellis, P. 1987. Dictionary of Irish Mythology. London: Constable.
______. 1991. The Celtic Empire. London: Constable.

______. 1992. Dictionary of Celtic Mythology. London: Constable.
Enright, M. 1996. The Lady with the Mead Cup: Ritual, Prophecy, and Lordship in the European Warband from La Tčne to the Viking Age. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Fee, C. 2001. Gods, Heroes, and Kings: The Battle for Mythic Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Finlay, I. 1973. Celtic Art: An Introduction. Park Ridge: Noyes Press.

Ford, P. (tr.). 1977. The Mabinogi and Other Medieval Welsh Tales. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Foss, M. 1995. Celtic Myth and Legends. New York: Barnes & Noble.
Freitag, B. 2004. Sheela-na-gig: Unraveling an Enigma. London: Routledge.

Gantz, J. (tr.). 1976. The Mabinogion. London: Penguin.
______. (tr.). 1981. Early Irish Myths and Sagas. London: Penguin
Gimbutas, M. 1982. The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe, 6500-3500 BC. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Green, M. 1984. The Wheel as a Cult-Symbol in the Romano-Celtic World. Brussels: Latomus.
______. 1986. The Gods of the Celts. Totowa: Barnes & Noble.
______. 1989. Symbol and Image in Celtic Religious Art. London: Routledge.
______. 1991. The Sun-Gods of Ancient Europe. London: Hippocrene Books.

______. 1992. Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend. London: Thames & Hudson.
______. 1992. Animals in Celtic Life and Myth. London: Routledge.
______. 1993. Celtic Myths. Austin: University of Texas Press.
______. 1996. Celtic Goddesses: Warriors, Virgins and Mothers. London: British Museum.
______. 1997. The World of the Druids. New York: Thames & Hudson.
______. 1997. Celtic Art. Symbols and Imagery. New York: Sterling.
______ (Aldhouse-Green). 2004. An Archaeology of Images. Iconology and Cosmology in Iron Age and Roman Europe. London: Routledge.

Gruffydd, W. 1958. Folklore and Myth in the Mabinogion. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Henig, M. 1984. Religion in Roman Britain. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Herm, G. 1976. The Celts. London: St. Martin's Press.
Hull, E. 1974. Cuchulain, The Hound of Ulster. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions.
Hutton, R. 1967. The Pagan Religions of the British Isles, Their Nature and Legacy. Oxford: Blackwell.

Jackson, K. 1971. A Celtic Miscellany. London: Penguin.
James, S. 1993. Exploring the World of the Celts. London: Thames & Hudson.
______. 1999. The Atlantic Celts: Ancient People or Modern Invention. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Jones, G. 1955. Welsh Legends and Folk-Tales. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
______. & Jones, T. (trs.) 1974. The Mabinogion. rev. ed. London: J. M. Dent.

Jones, L. 2002. Myth and Middle Earth. Cold Spring Harbor: Cold Spring Press.
Jones, P. & Pennick, N. 1995. A History of Pagan Europe. London: Routledge.
Kennedy, G. 1991. Irish Mythology: A Guide and Sourcebook. Killala: Morrigan.
Kinsella, T. (tr.). 1969. The Táin. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Koch, J. & Carrey, J. (eds.). 2003. The Celtic Heroic Age: Literary Sources for Ancient Celtic Europe and Early Ireland and Wales. 4th ed. Malden: Celtic Studies Publications.
Krappe, A. 1927. Balor With the Evil Eye. New York: Columbia University Press.
Lonigan, P. 1996. The Druids: Priests of the Ancient Celts. Westport: Greenwood Press.

Macalister, R. (ed., tr.). 1938-1956. Lebhor Gabála Érenn (The Book of the Taking of Ireland). Dublin: Educational Company of Ireland.
MacCana. P. 1985. Celtic Mythology. New York: Peter Bedrick.
MacCulloch, J. 2004. Celtic Mythology. New York: Dover.

MacKillop, J. 1986. Fionn mac Cumhaill: Celtic Myth in English Literature. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
______. 1998. Dictionary of Celtic Mythology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
______. 2005. Myths and Legends of the Celts. London: Penguin.

MacNeill, M. 1962. The Feast of Lughnasa. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Maier, B. 1997. Dictionary of Celtic Religion and Culture. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer.
______. 2003. The Celts. South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press.
Mallory, J. (ed.). 1992. Aspects of the Táin. Belfast: December.
Markale, J. 1978. The Celts: Uncovering the Mythic and Historic Origins of Western Culture. Rochester: Inner Traditions.
______. 1986. Women of the Celts. Rochester: Inner Traditions.
Matthews, C. & Matthews, J. 1988. Guide to British and Irish Mythology. Wellingborough: Aquarian Press.
Matthews, C. 1989. Arthur and Sovereignty: King and Goddess in the Mabinogion. London: Arkana.
McMahon, J. and Roberts, J. 2001. The Divine Hag of the Christian Celts: An Illustrated Guide to Sheela-na-Gigs of Britain and Ireland. Cork: Mercier Press.

Murphy, G. 1961. Sage and Myth in Ancient Ireland. Dublin: Cultural Relations Committee.
Nagy, J. 1985. The Wisdom of the Outlaw: The Boyhood Deeds of Finn in Gaelic Narrative Tradition. Berkeley: University of California Press.
______. 1997. Conversing with Angels and Ancients: Literary Myths of Medieval Ireland. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
O'Driscoll, R.(ed.). 1981. The Celtic Consciousness. New York: George Braziller.
O'Fáolin, E. 1954. Irish Sagas and Folktales. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ó'Hógáinn, D. 1991. Myth, Legend, and Romance: An Encyclopedia of the Irish Folk Tradition. New York: Prentice-Hall.
Olmstead, G. 1979. The Gundestrop Cauldron. Brussels: latomus.
______. 1994. The Gods of the Celts and the Indo-Europeans. Innsbruck: Universität Innsbruck.

O'Rahilly, T. 1964. Early Irish History and Mythology. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.
Pennick, N. 1996. Celtic Sacred Landscapes. London: Thames & Hudson.
Piggott, S. 1968. The Druids. London: Thames & Hudson.
Puhvel, J. 1987. "Celtic Myth." In J. Puhvel, Comparative Mythology. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Rankin, H. 1987. Celts and the Classical World. London: Croom Helm.
Rees, A. & Rees, B. 1961. Celtic Heritage: Ancient Tradition in Ireland and Wales. London: Thames & Hudson.

Rolleston, T. (ed.). 1917. Celtic Myths and Legends. New York: Dover.
Ross, A. 1967. Pagan Celtic Britain. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
______. 1986a. The Pagan Celts. London: Batsford.
______. 1986b. Druids, Gods and Heroes from Celtic Mythology. New York: Schocken
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Sjoestedt, M.-L. 1982. Gods and Heroes of the Celts. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Smyth, D. 1989. A Dictionary of Irish Mythology. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.
______. 1996. A Guide to Irish Mythology. 2nd ed. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
Thorpe, L. (tr.). 1983. Gregory of Tours: The History of the Franks. London: Penguin.

______ (tr.). 1978. The Journey Through Wales / The Description of Wales. London: Penguin.
Tymoczko, M. (tr.). 1981. Two Death Tales from the Ulster Cycle. Dublin: Dolmen.
Webster, G. 1986. Celtic Religion in Roman Britain. Totowa: Barnes & Noble.
______. 1986. The British Celts and their Gods under Rome. London: Batsford.

Weston, J. 1957. From Ritual to Romance. Garden City: Doubleday.
Wooding, J. (ed.) 2000. The Otherworldly Voyage in Early Irish Literature. Dublin: Four Courts.

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•China
Allan, S. 1981. The Heir and the Sage: Dynastic Legend in Early China. San Francisco: Chinese Materials Center.
______. 1991. The Shape of the Turtle: Myth, Art, and Cosmos in Early China. Albany: State University of New York Press.
Anonymous. 1990. Learn from the Good Model Lei Feng. Beijing: Xinhua Bookstore Press.
Bilsky, L. 1975. The State Religion of Ancient China. 2 vols. Taibei: Orient Cultural Service.

Birch, C. 1962. Chinese Myths and Fantasies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Birrell, A. 1994a. "Studies on Chinese Myth Since 1970. An Appraisal, Part 1," History of Religions 33.4:380-93.
______. 1994b.
"Studies on Chinese Myth Since 1970. An Appraisal, Part 2," History of Religions 34.1:70-94.
______. 1993. Chinese Mythology. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
______. 2000. Chinese Myths. Austin: University of Texas Press.
______. (tr.). 2000. The Classic of Mountains and Seas. London: Penguin.
Bodde, D. 1961. "Myths of Ancient China." In S. Kramer (ed.), Mythologies of the Ancient World. Garden City: Anchor.
Bonnefoy, Y. (ed.). 1993. Asian Mythologies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Burkhardt, V. 1959-1970. Chinese Creeds and Customs. 3 vols. Hong Kong: South China Morning Post.
Buswell, R. 1990. Chinese Buddhist Apocrypha. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Campbell, J. 1962. Oriental Mythology. Masks of God 2. New York: Viking.
Chen, G. 1968. Lei Feng. Chairman Mao's Good Fighter. Beijing: Foreign Languages Press.
Chang K. 1980 Shang Civilization. New Haven: Yale University Press.
______. 1983. Art, Myth, and Ritual: The Path to Political Authority in Ancient China. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Cheng, M. 1995. The Origin of Chinese Deities. Beijing: Foreign Languages Press.
Christie, A. 1985. Chinese Mythology. rev. ed.New York: Peter Bedrick.
Coyagee, J. 1936. Cults and Legends of Ancient Iran and China. Bombay: Karani's Sons.

DeBary, W., et al. (eds.). 1964. Sources of Chinese Tradition. 2 vols. New York: Columbia University Press.
DeWoskin, K. and Crump, J. (trs.). 1996. In Search of the Supernatural. The Written Record. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Dudbridge, G. 1978. Legend of Miaoshan. London: Ithaca Press.

East Asian Source Texts (online): http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/eastasia/eastasiasbook.html
Eberhard, W. (ed.). 1965. Folktales of China. London: Routledge.
______. 1986.
A Dictionary of Chinese Symbols: Hidden Symbols in Chinese Life & Thought. New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Evans, E. & Donald, S. 1999. Picturing Power in the People's Republic of China. Posters of the Cultural Revolution. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.

Ferguson, J. 1937. Chinese Mythology. The Mythology of All Races, vol. 8. Boston: Marshall Jones.
Field, S. (tr.). 1986. Tian Wen. A Chinese Book of Origins. New York: New Directions.
Gernet, J. 1996. A History of Chinese Civilization. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Girardot, N. 1983. Myth and Meaning in Early Taoism. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Hackin, J. 1995.  Asiatic Mythology:  A Description and Explanation of the Mythologies of All the Great Nations of Asia. New York: Asian Educational Services.
Hawkes, David (tr.). 1985. The Songs of the South: An Anthology of Ancient Chinese Poems by Qu Yuan and Other Poets. London: Penguin
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•North America
Alexander, H. 1967. World's Rim: Great Mysteries of the North American Indians. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
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Clark, E. 1953. Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest. Berkeley: University of California Press.
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Erdoes, R. & Ortiz, A. (eds.). 1984. American Indian Myths and Legends. New York: Pantheon.
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Fash, W. 2005. The Ancient American World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Gill, S. 1982. Native American Religions: An Introduction. Belmont: Wadsworth.
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Haile, B. 1984. Navaho Coyote Tales: The Curly To Aheedliinii Version. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

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Hewitt, J. 1918. "Seneca Fiction, Legends, and Myths." Washington DC: Annual Reports of the Bureau of American Ethnology 32: 37-813.
Highwater, J. 1983. The Primal Mind: Vision and Reality in Indian America. New York: Harper & Row.

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Leland, C. 1992. Algonquin Legends. Mineola: Dover.
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Mooney, J. 1970.  Myths of the Cherokee. St. Clair Shores: Scholarly Press.
Opler, M. 1940. Myths and Legends of the Lipan Apache Indians. New York: American Folklore Society.
Ortiz, A. 1969. The Tewa World: Space, Time, Being, and Becoming in a Pueblo Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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Peltin, M. & DiGenaro, J. 1992. Images of a People: Tlingit Myths and Legends. Englewood: Libraries Unlimited.
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Powell, P. 1998. Sweet Medicine. The Continuing Role of the Sacred Arrows, the Sun Dance, and the Sacred Buffalo Hat in Northern Cheyenne History. 2 vols. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Radin, P. 1956. The Trickster: A Study in American Indian Mythology. New York: Schocken.
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Spencer, K. 1957. Mythology and Values: An Analysis of the Navaho Chantway Myths. Philadelphia: American Folklore Society.
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Vecsey, C. 1988. Imagine Ourselves Richly: Mythic Narratives of North American Indians. New York: Crossroad.
Vizenor, G. 1981. Earthdivers: Tribal Narratives on Mixed Descent. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Walens, S. 1981. Feasting with Cannibals: An Essay on Kwakiutl Cosmology. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Walker, D. 1998. Nez Percé Coyote Tales: The Myth Cycle. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Walker, J. 1983. Lakota Myth. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Waters, F. 1977. Book of the Hopi. London: Penguin.
Welsch, R. 1981. Omaha Tribal Myths and Trickster Tales. Athens: Ohio University Press.
Wheelwright, M. 1942. Navajo Creation Myth: The Story of the Emergence by Hasteen Klah. Santa Fe: Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art.
Wilbert, J. 1977. Folk Literature of the Yamana Indians. Berkeley: University of California Press.
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Zolbrod, P. 1964. Diné Bahane': The Navajo Creation Story. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

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•Northern Europe (Germanic / Norse)
Acker, P. & Larrington, C. 2001. The Poetic Edda: Essays on Old Norse Mythology. London: Routledge.
Adalsteinsson, J. 1998.
A Piece of Horse Liver: Myth, Ritual and Folklore in Old Icelandic Sources. Reykjavík: Félagsvísindastofnun.
Andersson, T. 1980. The Legend of Brynhild. New York: Cornell University Press.

Ashe, G. 1990. Mythology of the British Isles. London: Methuen.
Bauschatz, P. 1982. The Well and the Tree. World and Time in Early Germanic Culture. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
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Branston, B.
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Brondsted, J. 1960. The Vikings. New York: Viking Press.
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The Prose Edda: Norse Mythology. London: Penguin.
Calder, D. et al. 1983. Sources and Analogues of old English Poetry II: The Major Germanic and Celtic Texts in Translation. Totowa: Barnes & Noble.
Christiansen, E.
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Davidson Ellis, H. 1964. Gods and Myths of Northern Europe. London: Penguin.
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Davidson, H. & Gelling, P. 1969. The Chariot of the Sun and other Rites and Symbols of the Northern Bronze Age. New York: Praeger.
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Dumezil, G. 1973. From Myth to Fiction: The Saga of Hadingus. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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Faraday, L. 1972. The Edda. New York: AMS Press.
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Jones, P. & Pennick, N. 1995. A History of Pagan Europe. London: Routledge.
Kauffmann, F. 1976. Northern Mythology. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions.
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Pigott, G. 1978. A Manual of Scandinavian Mythology. London: Rider.
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Turville-Petre, G. 1975. Myth and Religion of the North. London: Greenwood.
Ward, D. 1968. The Divine Twins: An Indo-European Myth in Germanic Tradition. Berekeley: University of California Press.


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•Oceania
Alpers, A. 1964. Maori Myths and Tribal Legends. London: John Murray.
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Andersen, J. 1928.  Myths and Legends of the Polynesians. London: G. G. Harrap.
Beckwith, M. 1970. Hawaiian Mythology. New Haven: Yale University Press.
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Best, E. 1922. Some Aspects of Maori Myth and Religion. Wellington: Dominion Museum Monographs.

Cowan, J. 1930. The Legends of the Maori, Volume 1: Mythology, Traditional History, Folk-Lore and Poetry. Wellington: Harry H. Tombs.
Craig, R. 1989. Dictionary of Polynesian Mythology. New York: Greenwood Press.
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Daggett, R. (ed.). 1990. The Legends and Myths of Hawaii. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing.
Dixon, R. 1922. Mythology of Oceania. New York: Cooper Square.

Firth, R. 1961. History and Religions of Tikopia. Wellington: New Plymouth.
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Goldenburg, N. 1979. Changing of the Gods. Boston: Beacon Press.
Grey, G. 1965. Polynesian Mythology. London: Whitcombe & Tombs.
Irving, G. 1970. Ancient Polynesian Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Johnson, R. 1981. Kumulipo: The Hawaiian Hymn of Creation. Honolulu: Topgallant.

Kahukiwa, R. 1984.  Wahine Toa. Women of Maori Myth.  Auckland: Collins.
Kirtley, B. 1971. Motif-Index of Traditional Polynesian Narratives. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Knappert, J. 1977. Myths and Legends of Indonesia. Singapore: Heinemann.
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Knipe, R. 1989. The Water of Life: A Jungian Journey through Hawaiian Myth.  Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
Luomala, K. 1955.  Voices on the Wind: Polynesian Myths and Chants.  Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press.
Malinowski, B. 1922. Argonauts of the Western Pacific. London: Routledge.
McElhanon, K. 1974. Legends from Papua New Guinea. Ukarumpa: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Morrill, S. 1969. Kahunas: The Black and White Magicians of Hawaii.  Boston: Branden Press.
Nimmo, H. 1992.  The Pele Literature. An Annotated Bibliography of the English-Language Literature on Pele, Volcano Goddess of Hawai'i.  Honolulu:  Bishop Museum Press.
Obeyeskere, G. 1992. The Apotheosis of Captain Cook: European Mythmaking in the Pacific. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Orbell, M. 1968. Maori Folktales. London: Hurst.
Pekoro, Morea. 1973.  Orokolo Genesis: An Account of the Origin of the World and of the People of Niugini as Told in Hiri Motu. Port Moresby: Niugini Press.

Poignant, R. 1968. Oceanic Mythology: The Myths of Polynesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, Australia.
London: Hamlyn.
Prytz Johansen, J. 1958. Studies in Maori Rites and Myths. Copenhagen: Munksgaard.

Reed, A. 1967. Myths and Legends of Maoriland. Wellington: Reed.
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Rosaldo, M. 1980. Knowledge and Passion: Ilongot Notions of Self and Social Life. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Sahlins, M. 1981. Historical Metaphors and Mythical Realities. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
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Schrempp, G. 1992.  Magical Arrows: The Maori, The Greeks, and the Folklore of the Universe.  Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Stuebel, C. 1976. Myths and Legends of Samoa. Wellington: Reed.
Suggs, R. 1960. Island Civilizations of Polynesia. London: Mentor.
Westervelt, W. 1987. Myths and Legends of Hawaii. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing.
Williamson, R. 1933. Religious and Cosmic Beliefs in Central Polynesia. 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Yearbury, P. 1976.  The Children of Rangi and Papa: The Maori Story of Creation. Christchurch: Whitcoulls.

Valeri, V. 1985. Kingship and Sacrifice: Ritual and Society in Ancient Hawaii. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.


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•Rome  (includes Etruria)
Adkins, L. 2001. Dictionary of Roman Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Beard, M. et al. 1998. Religions of Rome. A Sourcebook. 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bremmer, J. & Horsfall, N. 1987. Roman Myth and Mythography. London: University of London.
Bonnefoy, Y. (ed.). 1993. Roman and European Mythologies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Cameron, A. 2004. Greek Mythography in the Roman World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Donaldson, I. 1982. The Rapes of Lucretia: A Myth and its Transformations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Dumézil, G. 1978. Horace et les Curiaces. 5th ed. Paris: Gallimard.
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Fox, M. 1996. Roman Historical Myths. The Regal Period in Augustan Literature.
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Gardner, J. 1993. Roman Myths. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Grant, M.1962. Myths of the Greeks and Romans. New York: New American Library.
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Ogilvie, R. 1969. The Romans and Their Gods in the Age of Augustus. New York: Norton.
Perowne, S. 1969.
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Scullard, H. 1981. Festivals and Ceremonies of the Roman Republic. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
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Wiseman, T. 1995. Remus: A Roman Myth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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•Slavic Myth
Afanas'ev, A. 1980. Russian Folk Tales. New York: Random House.
Dixon-Kennedy, M. 1998.
Encyclopedia of Russian and Slavic Mythology. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.
Jones, P. & Pennick, N. 1995. A History of Pagan Europe. London: Routledge.
Kulikowski, M. 1989. A Bibliography of Slavic Mythology. Columbus: Slavica Publishers.
Znayenko, M. 1980. The Gods of the Ancient Slavs. Columbus: Slavica Publishers.

•South America
Adorno, R. (ed.) 1982. From Oral to Written Expression: Native Andaean Chronicles of the Early Colonial Period. Syracuse: Syracuse University.
Basso, E. 1985. A Musical View of the Universe: Kalapalo Myth and Ritual Performances. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
______. 1987. In Favor of Deceit: A Study of Tricksters in an Amazonian Society. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
Bauer, B. 1992. The Development of the Inca State. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Baumann, H. 1963. Gold and Gods of Peru. New York: Pantheon.
Bierhorst, J.
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Guss, D. (ed.). 1997. Watunna. An Orinoco Creation Cycle. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Hemming, J. 1970. The Conquest of the Incas. New York: Penguin.
Hill, J. (ed.) 1988. Rethinking History and Myth: Indigenous South American Perspectives on the Past. Urbana: University of Illinois Pres.
Hugh-Jones, S. 1979. The Palm and the Pleiades: Initiation and Cosmology in Northwest Amazonia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
______. 1979. From the Milk River: Spatial and Temporal Processes in Northwest Amazonia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Isbell, W. 1997. Mummies and Monuments. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Jones, D. & Molyneaux, B. 2004. Mythology of the American Nations. London: Anness Publishing.
Keatinge, R. 1988. Peruvian Prehistory: An Overview of Pre-Inca and Inca Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Langdon J. & Baer, G. (eds.) 1992. Portals of Power: Shamanism in South America. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.
MacCormack, S. 1991. Religion in the Andes: Vision and Imagination in Early Colonial Peru. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Mindlin, B. 2002. Barbecued Husbands And Other Stories from the Amazon. London: Verso.
Moseley, M. 1992. The Incas and their Ancestors. London: Thames & Hudson.
Osborne, H. 1968.
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Perrin, M. 1987. The Way of the Dead Indians: Guajiro Myths and Symbols. Austin: University of Texas Press.
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Voitilla, S. 1999. Myth and the Movies: Discovering the Mythic Structure of 50 Unforgettable Films. New York: Dimensions.
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Watts, A. 1963. The Two Hands of God: The Myths of Polarity. New York: Braziller.
Weigle, M. 1982. Spiders and Spinsters: Women and Mythology. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.
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