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Who is Alexander Eliot?
Alexander Eliot is an American writer born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, best known for his works on spirituality and myth. He is the son of Samuel Atkins Eliot, Jr., the grandson of Samuel Atkins Eliot, and the great-grandson of Charles W. Eliot, president of Harvard for fifty years. Eliot was the art editor of Time Magazine from 1945 to 1960. His many books include “The Universal Myths: Heroes, Gods, Tricksters, and Other”, “The Global Myths: Exploring Primitive, Pagan, Sacred, and Scientific Mythologies”, and “The Timeless Myths: How Ancient Legends Influence the Modern World”.
- born on (95 years ago) in Cambridge
- nationality: United States of America
- written works: "Zen edge", "The global myths", "Creatures of Arcadia, and creatures of a day", "A concise history of Greece", "Greece 83/84", "The timeless myths", "The universal myths", "The Horizon concise history of Greece", "Greece, 1989", "The Penguin Guide to Greece 1990"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada (General Nonfiction)
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