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The sq obstacles originate when the hero is running away, throwing the magic objects behind him, these in turn transform into certain elements that slow down the pursuit.

To ask other readers questions about Heroj sa hiljadu licaplease sign up. She has published a number of translations so far, among which the latest is the translation of the Kojiki from the Old Japanese, in collaboration with colleagues from the Group of Japanese Language and Literature.

Nevertheless, even the undead get there, the return to the world of the living has been granted to them just because they are living. In the myth of the descent of the god Izanaki, emphasis is laid on mysticism, as well as on the impurity and ugliness of that world and its demonic inhabitants.

That is the very reason hrroj a thousand deaths and fifteen hundred births a day. His texts were published mainly in Serbian, Latin and German. However, we can also see the differences between one and herj other land of the dead. This kind of research provides a new perspective on the study of mythology, tradition and literature, and it is especially interesting to compare two national literatures deriving from different cultural settings.

She works sx an assistant in the Japanese Group at the Oriental Department. It is possible to reach them by means of comparative analysis. He throws a hairbrush, a comb, liica scarf. Those two ideas have certain things in common.

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The breach of the gaze taboo motif also occurs in the classical myth of Cupid and Psyche. However, the first image of the Land of Night is more mystical, stress is laid on the impurity and ugliness of the world of the dead, with the image of a rotting corpse and the ghastly pursuers chasing the god Izanaki.


These become mountains, forests, lakes. That act is another from a series of reasons why this divine couple will remain forever separated.

Also, the god Izanaki is a hero who himself has supernatural powers and objects of miraculous properties, so he does not need a magic helper. In Japanese myth, this is the case with the gods Izanaki and Ookuninushi. Asao Hagivara et al.

On the other hand, differences that exist between myth and folktales are founded on genre discrepancies. Such universal themes and motifs prove interesting for comparative and typological study, and are found in the cultures of people worldwide, which certainly had no contact with ancient Japan, in particular Serbian folk tradition.

Morfologija bajkep. That is the reason there are a multitude of similarities and common features between the oldest Japanese work and Serbian folk prose despite numerous differences caused by religious and social-historical circumstances. This chapter of the Japanese work is quite reminiscent of the myth of Orpheus chasing after Euridice in Hades, where he violates the taboo by looking back, thus losing her forever. Kore, Persephone and Hecate make up the Triple Goddess Kore personifying green corn, Persephone mature spikes, and Hecate mown cornwhose general name was Demeter, and the cult itself rests on a maximum intersection of the fertility cult and the cult of the dead.

He wrote several books, while numerous studies and articles remained scattered in various publications.

While the mythic hero inherently has magic powers at his disposal and possesses magic objects which transform into mechanical obstacles, the folktale hero has to receive such objects from a donor helper. Questions About Heroj sa hiljadu lica by Joseph Campbell. Perhaps the most famous example of this international motif is seen in the Greek myth of Kore, abducted by the god of the netherworld Hades.

Serbian people celebrates him as the patron saint of education and medicine.


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This rather reminds us of an idea of a faraway land where the main character of the folktale arrives in his miraculous adventures. Having given birth to the last in the series of gods — the god of fire, Izanami falls gravely ill and dies. Firstly by lighting one flame, which was considered an ill omen.

In the aforementioned Japanese myth the hero sets a boundary leading to the definite dissolution of cosmic elements — the celestial and earthly spheres.

Then the goddess Izanami sends the eight gods of thunder after him, as well as fifteen hundred soldiers from the Land of Night.

The hero can also gain the objects if he does somebody a favor, or proves himself better at a certain skill. See Featured Authors Answering Questions. They primarily include the developed ideas and motifs of the underworld of the dead.

Heroj sa hiljadu lica

In that way, parts of relief, elements of animate or inanimate nature originate from each object the pursued throws away in the magical escape, making the hero a demiurge, and bringing this motif closer to the creator myths. In Serbian folk stories and legends, one of Serbian culture heroes — Saint Sava 14 — also ends up in the world of the dead.

The son of the goddess Izanami — the god of storm and natural forces, Take Haya Susanoo, later becomes the principal chthonic deity. Herein, we can also find similarities with mythologies of other peoples. Izanami is the first said to have died and gone to the world of the dead. Besides, metamorphosis is occasionally the pivotal segment in traditions. For everything that has happened, Izanami vows to strangle a thousand men every day, and he tells her that every day he will build fifteen hundred child-bearing huts.