mythopoeic

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myth·o·poe·ic

or myth·o·pe·ic  (mĭth′ə-pē′ĭk) also myth·o·po·et·ic (-pō-ĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the making of myths.
2. Serving to create or engender myths; productive in mythmaking.

[From Greek mūthopoios, composer of fiction, from mūthopoiein, to relate a story : mūthos, story + poiein, to make; see kwei- in Indo-European roots.]

myth′o·poe′ia (-pē′ə), myth′o·po·e′sis (-pō-ē′sĭs) n.

mythopoeic

(ˌmɪθəʊˈpiːɪk) or

mythopeic

adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) of or relating to the composition of myths; productive of myths. Also: mythopoetic or mythopoetical
ˌmythoˈpoeism n
ˌmythoˈpoeist n
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A number of the writers invoke the regions long duration of indigenous mythopoetics, from Barbara Renaud Gonzalez's "La Luna" to Feliciano Sanchez Chans Yucatec Mayan litany to "Mother of Light" and the far-ranging apprehensions of pan-Native experience in Choctaw writer LeAnne Howes "Savage Conversations.
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