Table of Contents for Bulfinch's Mythology : The Complete Texts


STORIES OF GODS AND HEROES
Introduction
1(11)
Prometheus and Pandora
12(7)
Apollo and Daphne --- Pyramus and This-be --- Cephalus and Procris
19(9)
Juno and her Rivals, Io and Callisto --- Diana and Actaeon --- Latona and the Rustics
28(10)
Phaeton
38(8)
Midas --- Baucis and Philemon
46(6)
Proserpine --- Glaucus and Scylla
52(10)
Pygmalion --- Dryope --- Venus and Adonis --- Apollo and Hyacinthus
62(7)
Ceyx and Halcyone
69(7)
Vertumnus and Pomona --- Iphis and Anaxarete
76(4)
Cupid and Psyche
80(11)
Cadmus --- The Myrmidons
91(7)
Nisus and Scylla --- Echo and Narcissus --- Clytie --- Hero and Leander
98(9)
Minerva and Arachne --- Niobe
107(8)
The Graeae and Gorgons --- Perseus and Medusa --- Atlas --- Andromeda
115(7)
Monsters: Giants --- Sphinx --- Pegasus and Chimaera --- Centaurs --- Griffin --- Pygmies
122(7)
The Golden Fleece --- Medea
129(9)
Meleager and Atalanta
138(5)
Hercules --- Hebe and Ganymede
143(7)
Theseus and Daedalus --- Castor and Pollux --- Festivals and Games
150(10)
Bacchus and Ariadne
160(6)
The Rural Deities --- The Dryads and Erisichthon --- Rhoecus --- Water Deities --- Camenae --- Winds
166(11)
Achelous and Hercules --- Admetus and Alcestis --- Antigone --- Penelope
177(8)
Orpheus and Eurydice --- Aristaeus --- Amphion --- Linus --- Thamyris --- Marsyas --- Melampus --- Musaeus
185(9)
Arion --- Ibycus --- Simonides --- Sappho
194(10)
Endymion --- Orion --- Aurora and Tithonus --- Acis and Galatea
204(7)
The Trojan War
211(16)
The Fall of Troy --- Return of the Greeks --- Orestes and Electra
227(9)
Adventures of Ulysses --- The Lotus-eaters --- The Cyclopes --- Circe --- Sirens --- Scylla and Charybdis --- Calypso
236(11)
The Phaeacians --- Fate of the Suitors
247(11)
Adventures of AEneas --- The Harpies --- Dido --- Palinurus
258(8)
The Infernal Regions --- The Sibyl
266(10)
AEneas in Italy --- Camilla --- Evander --- Nisus and Euryalus --- Mezentius --- Turnus
276(12)
Pythagoras --- Egyptian Deities --- Oracles
288(12)
Origin of Mythology---Statues of Gods and Goddesses --- Poets of Mythology
300(10)
Monsters (modern) --- The Phoenix --- Basilisk --- Unicorn --- Salamander
310(8)
Eastern Mythology --- Zoroaster --- Hindu Mythology --- Castes --- Buddha --- The Grand Lama --- Prester John
318(10)
Northern Mythology --- Valhalla --- The Valkyrior
328(9)
Thor's Visit to Jotunheim
337(6)
The Death of Baldur --- The Elves --- Runic Letters --- Skalds --- Iceland --- Teutonic Mythology --- The Nibelungen Lied --- Wagner's Nibelungen Ring
343(15)
The Druids --- Iona
358(9)
KING ARTHUR AND HIS KNIGHTS
Introduction
367(11)
The Mythical History of England
378(11)
Merlin
389(5)
Arthur
394(11)
Arthur (Continued)
405(9)
Sir Gawain
414(4)
Caradoc Briefbras; or, Caradoc with the Shrunken Arm
418(6)
Launcelot of the Lake
424(11)
The Adventure of the Cart
435(6)
The Lady of Shalott
441(4)
Queen Guenever's Peril
445(4)
Tristram and Isoude
449(8)
Tristram and Isoude (Continued)
457(7)
Sir Tristram's Battle with Sir Launcelot
464(3)
The Round Table
467(5)
Sir Palamedes
472(3)
Sir Tristram
475(4)
Perceval
479(7)
The Sangreal, or Holy Graal
486(5)
The Sangreal (Continued)
491(6)
The Sangreal (Continued)
497(10)
Sir Agrivain's Treason
507(8)
Morte d'Arthur
515(14)
THE MABINOGEON
Introductory Note
527(2)
The Britons
529(5)
The Lady of the Fountain
534(5)
The Lady of the Fountain (Continued)
539(7)
The Lady of the Fountain (Continued)
546(7)
Geraint, the Son of Erbin
553(11)
Geraint, the Son of Erbin (Continued)
564(8)
Geraint, the Son of Erbin (Continued)
572(11)
Pwyll, Prince of Dyved
583(6)
Branwen, the Daughter of Llyr
589(8)
Manawyddan
597(11)
Kilwich and Olwen
608(12)
Kilwich and Olwen (Continued)
620(6)
Taliesin
626(247)
HERO MYTHS OF THE BRITISH RACE
Beowulf
635(2)
Cuchulain, Champion of Ireland
637(4)
Hereward the Wake
641(2)
Robin Hood
643(4)
LEGENDS OF CHARLEMAGNE
Introduction
647(9)
The Peers, or Paladins
656(8)
The Tournament
664(8)
The Siege of Albracca
672(11)
Adventures of Rinaldo and Orlando
683(10)
The Invasion of France
693(9)
The Invasion of France (Continued)
702(10)
Bradamante and Rogero
712(9)
Astolpho and the Enchantress
721(11)
The Orc
732(7)
Astolpho's Adventures continued, and Isabella's begun
739(6)
Medoro
745(8)
Orlando Mad
753(7)
Zerbino and Isabella
760(9)
Astolpho in Abyssinia
769(8)
The War in Africa
777(11)
Rogero and Bradamante
788(13)
The Battle of Roncesvalles
801(13)
Rinaldo and Bayard
814(5)
Death of Rinaldo
819(6)
Huon of Bordeaux
825(7)
Huon of Bordeaux (Continued)
832(10)
Huon of Bordeaux (Continued)
842(6)
Ogier, the Dane
848(8)
Ogier, the Dane (Continued)
856(7)
Ogier, the Dane (Continued)
863(10)
Proverbial Expressions 873(2)
List of Illustrative Passages Quoted from the Poets 875(2)
Dictionary and Index 877