Jumat, 27 Januari 2017

character and institutions

The West has too often become a neat script, mixing mythic notions of heroism with stories of the formation of the ‘true’ character and institutions of the nation forged in its confrontation with ‘wilderness’. (Neil Campbell, Alasdair Kean, 1997). According to Oxford Advanced Learner’s dictionary, myth is seen as a “story from the ancient times, especially one that was told to explain natural events or to describe the early history of a people”. Basically, myth represents the values of the society and its ideals. (Secchiaroli, 2011) Myth is often confused as the history itself. But, myth is NOT a history. Myth is just what people believe in, it does not need to be the same with the truth.

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