2nd Exam Study Guide

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03:35 Stories on the 2nd exam:   Armless Bride Stories (301-313) Mutilation reveals puberty rite Significance of the 2nd separation? Must be a whole human being before she can be a wife Movement toward completeness, then 2nd separation One hand: brother beings separation, serpent represents harmony w nature No legs: priest begins separation  The Two Hammadis (385-397) Puberty ritual Mirroring Hammadi 2 mirrors Hammadi 1 Hammadi 2 kills snake, then is swallowed by the tree Villagers mistake Hammadi 1 for 2, wife wants him to come to bed Doesn't break marriage contract, goes to find Hammadi 2 in the tree Snake emphasizes Hammadi 2 setting things right in human world  Pattern: telling the two kids apart (hammadi 2: fantasy, hammadi 1: real)
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Romance of the Fox (346-361) Partly myth Good boy/bad boy Mirroring between youngest son and fox (are the same) Listens to fox- all is well. Doesn't listen- is beaten  3 parts- villains?
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Hansen during the Fall '07 term at University of Wisconsin.

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