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Myth terms Fall 2010 Weeks 8

Myth terms Fall 2010 Weeks 8 - Demodocus Alcinous...

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Myth terms Fall 2010 Weeks 8-15 Sophoclean humanism Protagoras and civic virtue Thucydides Cleocritus Hippolytus Veiled and Hippolytus Crowned Phaedra Ovid’s Heroides Structuralism and Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud id, ego, super-ego life and death impulses Theseus Heracles Age of Heroes cult, Latin “cultus” hero cult Royal family tree of Thebes Spartoi Sophocles’ Antigone Medea and Jason oral-formulaic theory Albert Lord and Milman Parry three stages of learning oral composition aristos time, ̄ kleos hubris “guest-friendship” xenia Embassy, Book IX Niobe The shield of Achilles City at War, City at Peace themis Jonathan Shay berserk Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder “moral injury” Tennyson’s “Ulysses” Nausicaa seizing the narrative initiative
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Unformatted text preview: Demodocus Alcinous Phaiacians Polyphemus Calypso Circenostos nostalgia Procne, Philomela, Tereus, and Itys penelops, ̄ Penelope ivory gates, horn gates Carl Jung ego, personal conscious, collective unconscious archetypes Persona, anima/animus, shadow, self, hero, trickster Theocritus Lucian Orpheus Orphism katabasis Life-death-life, Peace-War, Truth-Falsehood Deverni papyrus Orestes Aegisthus Clytemnestra the “other” Ithacas female characters and the project of male selfhood tyrannos vs basileus “Ode to Man” human law vs divine law Homeric code of honor logos deinos agora eikos anagke Tiresias C. P. Cavafy, “Ithaca” women’s silence vs women’s speech hetairoi demos boule...
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