The Politics of Neil Gaiman’s ‘Norse Mythology’ – The Atlantic

Although everyone and everything eventually dies—giants and gods and brave warriors included—tales about praiseworthy folk will outlast them all. Myths about these impressive beings survive, then, because they captivate audiences; they survive because they’re continuously shared. And because they are shared, they change.

Source: The Politics of Neil Gaiman’s ‘Norse Mythology’ – The Atlantic

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