Meaning of mythification in English:


Pronunciation /ˌmɪθɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/


See mythify

‘By his silence, and his refusal to mediate between his art and his audience, Greaves collaborates, unintentionally, in his mythification.’
  • ‘Is this why you rail against the rampant mythification of Los Angeles, because it conceals so much of the actual living that's done there, the actual history it possesses?’
  • ‘As such, according to Condé, the obsessive return to the figure of the dog is emblematic of a refusal to deal with a messy present absolutely resistant to mythification.’
  • ‘There's exaggeration and mythification here, not surprisingly.’
  • ‘Every war fought was quickly historicised and became the subject of mythification or controversy that provoked reinterpretations of the past.’