Greek Mythology 16 Monsters in Narrative

Greek Mythology 16 Monsters in Narrative - Pirene weeps...

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Monsters in Narrative
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The New England Vampire Panic Exeter, RI 1892
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Copps Hill Cemetery, Griswold Connecticut
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The Vampyre Philip Burne-Jones, 1897
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Zombies?
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The Chimera Child of Echidna Term enters into modern biological research Blending of characteristic traits of different species Foil for the story of Bellerephon
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Capturing Pegasus Bellerophon Story is first known through the character Glaucis Fighting for the Trojans Geneology » Glaucis Unnamed generation Bellerephon
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Bellerephon Expelled from Corinth for some offence Either kills his brother or someone named Belleros Goes to Tiryns and is cleansed by King Proteus Problems with Proteus’ wife ensue
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Problems of the message Problems of Hospitality Problems in Lycia
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Pegasus Pirene Intersection of mythological cycles Nymph Consort of Poseidon » mother of Lecheas and Cenchrias
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Cenchrias accidentally killed by Artemis
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Unformatted text preview: Pirene weeps Transformed into a spring Pegasus visits the spring Athena assists Bellerephon in capturing Pegasus Narrative Context Orthrus Companion of Geryon Dies in fight with Heracles Geryon Individual Heroic Action versus the Collective Cerberus Companion of Hades and Guard of the Underworld The Sphinx Female Associated with disease Image appears in several different contexts Other sources of monsters The Minotaur Medusa Cetos Social values Heroic/individual action Purity of form/origin Concern with hospitality xenia Monsters in Myth Serve as foils for the valorous actions of heroes Hybridity of forms may make a character unusual or distinctive, but not necessarily an antagonist within a narrative Monstrosity is what the story says are monsters...
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Greek Mythology 16 Monsters in Narrative - Pirene weeps...

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