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Title: Pegasus in Modern Culture

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Subject: History
Author: Walter O
Date: July 20, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 3 / 866
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In Norse mythology, Sleipnir is Odin's magical eight-legged steed, and said to be the greatest of all horses. In all of these examples, the horses are good, and are helpful, just like in the Greek mythology version of Pegasus. This is not always the case. In Harry Potter, Thestrals are the most elusive and least horse-like breed of magical horse...

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They have earned an undeserved reputation as omens of evil, and can only be seen when a person has experienced and accepted a death. The horses are scary looking, but are extremely gentle and helpful once one gets to know them. Not only in Harry Potter, examples and allusions of Pegasus can be seen in many aspects of modern society...

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