Browsing by Subject "Mythology"
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Diana, Dido, and The Fair Maid of Dunsmore: classical precursors, common tunes, and the question of consent in seventeenth-century balladry (Taylor & Francis, 2017-11-24)The tragedy of Isabel of Dunsmore an English shepherd s daughter who commits suicide after being impregnated by a social superior is recounted in two similar, yet lyrically distinct seventeenth-century ballads: The ...
(McMaster University Library Press and Becker Associates, 2018-11-02)Although Ovid dedicated his Metamorphoses to the subject of change, the vast majority of the corporeal alterations catalogued in this ancient Roman poem are singular, permanent transformations. In contrast, dramatists ...
(2011)In a preliminary exploration of the Tara landscape, this article examines features of the land between the twin hills of Tara and of Skreen, a broad valley through which flows the Gabhra river and now crudely divided by ...
Unsoiled soil and "Fleshly Slime": Representations of reproduction in Spenser's Legend of Chastity (Duquesne University Press, 2017)[No abstract available]