The Theogony (composed c. 700 BC) is a poem by Hesiod (8th-7th century BC) describing the origins and genealogies of the Greek gods. A theogony is a part of Greek mythology which attempts to articulate reality as a whole. Hesiod's work is a synthesis of various local Greek traditions concerning the gods, organized as a narrative that tells of their origin and how they established control over the Cosmos.
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very Average and uninteresting
It was very simple and average reading I wouldn't recommend it to be honest :/. The nariator is trying to hard and I finished this book in almost 2 hours.
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