Autor: Alicia García-Herrera
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Thousands of years ago, in antiquity, the Greek ayas told children stories called nmythoi, which were essentially the same as the stories we usually call fairy tales and which deal with extraordinary events, whether real or invented. The mythoi had as their protagonists divine or semi-divine beings worshipped by the Greek people. They also featured heroes who could count on the favour, or disfavour, of these gods. Today these old stories have been buried under layers of oblivion. We live in new times, of two-dimensional idols that roam the virtual space and whose obsolescence seems as programmed as that of our smartphones.