Transformations of Circe: The History of an Enchantress

Transformations of Circe: The History of an Enchantress Brilliantly thought out and very well structured I am not exaggerating in the slightest when I say this book has rescued my Classics dissertation on the development of witches from failure and been the source of much delight Completely recommend This was an amazing journey through the differing versions of the Circe myth beginning with Homer s Odyssey On some level I was aware of the way in which the Circe myth and those of other similar goddess witch whore characters have served prevailing narratives I came away from this book with a profound sadness, though The thousands of years of slander heaped on this character and others as a way of justifying patriarchal power is soul sickening. This book is very interesting It tracks Circe through literary history, from Homer to Spencer to Joyce and Atwood and Welty Quite a bit of theory regarding Circe s origin Goddess worship, body soul dualism It s a facinating book. Very well written and structured Captivating study Este libro ha salvado mi TFG GRACIAS Stories also have stories Circle s begins in the Odyssey, on the island of Aiaia that Homer dreamed for her, in the chambers of the palace where she richly entertained Odysseus and in her sty full of sailors turned pigs ➮ [Read] ➪ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) By Ellen A. Easton ➺ – Lavons.co.uk on the island of Aiaia that Homer dreamed for her [PDF / Epub] ☃ The Light Over London By Julia Kelly – Lavons.co.uk in the chambers of the palace where she richly entertained Odysseus and in her sty full of sailors turned pigs


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