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Cal attitude to marriage analyze mother daughter dynamicsText Translation of the Homeric Hymn to DemeterCommentary on the Homeric Hymn to DemeterBackground The Eleusinian Mysteries Women's Rites for DemeterInterpreting the Hymn to DemeterThe Theology of the MysteriesVariants of the Myth the Importance of the Version in the Hymn to DemeterFemale Experience in the Hymn to DemeterMarriageGender Conflict the Cosmological TraditionThe MotherDaughter RomanceThe Psychology of the MysteriesThe Hymn to Demeter the PolisChristianity the Hymn to DemeterThe Influence of the Hymn to Demeter Its Myt. This book is about fertility summer Native American reality and female god

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The Homeric Hymn to Demeter Translation Commentary and Interpretive EssaysThe Homeric Hymn to Demeter composed in the late 7th or early 6th century BCE reflects on the psychological religious world of ancient Greek women It tells how Hades abducted Persephone how her mother the grain goddess Demeter forced the gods to allow Persephone to return to her part of each year Foley presents the Greek text an annotated translation selected essays on its historical context its religious literary social psychological meaning The Hymn reflects both the crisis when marriage separates mother daughter as well as the bonds allowing them to survive this transition Demeter P. Thank goodness for readings I am reuired to do for class Not really

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characters The Homeric Hymn to Demeter: Translation, Commentary and Interpretive Essays ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ The Homeric Hymn to Demeter composed in the late 7th or early 6th century BCE reflects on the psychological religious world of ancient Greek womenErsephone who suffered the pains of mortality found the Eleusinian Mysteries that offered their initiates a different lot once dead in the dreary darkness A version of the same myth formed the basis of exclusively female religious cults The essays contributed by Foley Mary Louise Lord Jean Rudhardt Nancy Felson Rubin Harriet M Deal Marilyn Arthur Katz Nancy Chodorow give a rich understanding of the Hymn's structure artistry its role in the religious life of the ancient world its meaning for moderns The essays study the Hymn in the context of early Greek epic cosmology examine its criti. A great in depth look at this earliest known written version of the PersephoneDemeter myth Foley's translation notes her commentary and the interpretive essays included in this book are insightful thoughtful and truly thought provoking It helped me to see my favorite myth in such a new light Highly recommended