The glory of Hera; Greek mythology and the Greek family, by Philip E. Slater.


Boston, Beacon Press [1968] .
ISBN 0807057959

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Subjects Families -- Greece.
Families.
Famille -- Grè€ce.
Greece.
Mythologie grecque.
Mythology, Greek.
Women -- Greece.
Women.
Description xxvi, 513 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 481-502).
Contents The Greek mother-son relationship : origins and consequences -- Symbols, the serpent, and the oral-narcissistic dilemma -- Sexual dominance : Zeus -- Masculine antisepsis : Apollo -- Matricide : Orestes -- Self-emasculation : Hephaestus -- Identification with the aggressor : Dionysus I, the ritual -- Identification with the aggressor : Dionysus II, the attack in the womb -- Identification with the aggressor : Dionysus III, the attack on the neonate -- Identification with the aggressor : Dionysus IV, the attack on the mature god -- Maternal de-sexualization : Perseus -- The multiple defenses of Heracles -- Familial emphases in Greek myth : a statistical analysis -- A cross-cultural analysis of maternal ambivalence and narcissism -- Cultural pathology and cultural development.
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)657076
(OCoLC)ocm00657076
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WorldCat Identities Slater, Philip E. 1927-2013.
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