Eliot’s Books

Most famous for his books on myths:
The Universal Myths: Heroes, Gods, Tricksters, and Others (New American Library, 1990)
Introduced by Joseph Campbell, Mircea Eliade
The Timeless Myths: How Ancient Legends Influence the Modern World, New York: Truman Talley Books/Meridian, 1997
The Global Myths: Exploring Primitive, Pagan, Sacred, and Scientific
Mythologies (New York: Continuum, 1993)
Myths (New York : McGraw-Hill International, 1976) (published in 5 languages)
Zen Edge (London: Thames and Hudson, 1976) (written when he received a Senior Fellowship from the Japan Foundation and lived with his wife for a year in Kyoto, studying Zen Buddhism)
Creatures of Arcadia (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1967)
Earth, Air, Fire and Water – A Personal Adventure into the Sources of Our Life and Legend (New York: Simon & Shuster, 1959)
And on art and history:
Three Hundred Years of American Painting (New York: Time, Inc., 1957) (selected by John F. Kennedy as one of his favorite books)
Sight and Insight (New York: McDowell, Obolensky Inc. 1959)
A concise history of Greece (The Cassell concise history series)
Abraham Lincoln : an illustrated biography
The Horizon Concise History of Greece (American Heritage, 1968)
Greece (Time-Life Books)
The Penguin Guide to Greece 1990
Guidebook to Greece 83/84
Proud Youth (New York: Farar, Straus & Young, 1953)
Love Play (New York: NAL, 1966)

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