In our benighted moment, that modest self-definition rose to mythic proportions.
Imagining novels as biological specimens creates a crazed and mythic zoology of hybrids, beasts, mutants, and aberrations.
One-dimensionality is the key to myth; mythic characters are strangers whom, when we encounter them, we feel we have always known.
The creation of a Kurt Vonnegut library spurred Anna Clark to come up with 13 essential novels of that mythic region.
The Matutes group also owns the mythic Space Club and the giant Privilege Club.
The Ttos is a mythic horse possessed of the most marvellous powers.
You may interpret many a mythic tale by the facts which lie in your own blood.
Assume that a person in the mythic or heroic poems had three or four names or epithets (he may have had a score).
But all experience proves that mythic and legendary miracles are grotesque.
There is much more of this sort of thing, typical of the mythic science of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.