2 edition of Jocasta"s crime found in the catalog.
Raglan, FitzRoy Richard Somerset Baron
Bibliography: p. 203-208.
|Statement||by Lord Raglan.|
|LC Classifications||GN480.3 .R3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 215 p.|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||33016723|
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Jocasta's Crime was a breach of one of the strongest and mysterious of taboos. How this taboo arose has long been an unsolved riddle. Lord Raglan suggests a solution on highly original lines, ans his quest for it, described in these pages with knowledge, wit, and Jocastas crime book vigour, will apeal to the general reader as well as to the student.3/5(3).
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Jocasta's Crime: An Anthropological Study (Spanish and English Edition) Hardcover – July 1, by Lord Raglan (Author)Price: $ Jocasta's Crime by Lord Raglan (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Lord Raglan. : Jocastas Children Pb (): Olivier: Books.
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Books Go Search Hello Select your Cited by: At once Oedipus' mother and his wife, Jocasta represents the most immediate victim of Oedipus' fate, after the tragic hero himself.
In contrast to Oedipus, Jocasta distrusts the oracles and believes that whatever happens will happen by unforeseeable chance. Still, she is wary enough to honor Apollo with offerings in a g: crime book. Years later a plague is savaging the citizens of Thebes.
Yet another oracle told Oedipus the plague was the result of a terrible crime. The plague would continue until the crime was expiated. Against the advice older and wiser counsel, Oedipus investigated. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Not very well-written and, rather than being a treatise on Jocasta, is a feminist diatribe on men. Not worth the read. If this had been written by a man, I suspect it would have been heralded as ground-breaking psychological by: Jocasta is the Queen of Thebes, but it's just not as glamorous as it sounds.
By all accounts, it seems like her first marriage with King Laius was a pretty happy one. That is, until he received the prophecy that he was destined to be murdered by his own g: crime book.
WATCH Account CJIA. PDF Format CJIA Crime Code Book. Crime Code Updates CJIA Crime Code Book. Crime Code Updates Important: In. Jocasta is the Queen of the city of Thebes and Creon ’s sister. She is also Oedipus ’s mother and wife, though neither she nor Oedipus knows this until too late.
Just as Oedipus suffers a tragic downfall, so does Jocasta. However, unlike Oedipus, Jocasta attempts to shroud herself in ignorance. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Lord ioned: ble. However, untenable as are such notions as that early man was a 'legislator' and 'social reformer', that incest is 'unnatural' and the taboo upon it 'instinctive' or, on the other hand, rooted in reason, it soon appears that 'Freud's theories' are equally so—theories which, like the hypotheses earlier considered.
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Oedipus and Jocasta: A Reexamination of Freud's Drama of Destiny. Basic Books, Fromm, E. Jocasta only commits the crime of incest and her punishment is suicide, whereas Oedipus is. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raglan, Baron (FitzRoy Richard Somerset), Jocasta's crime.
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It is aid, however, that triggers Reacher’s most dangerous adventure yet. In psychoanalytic theory, the Jocasta complex is the incestuous sexual desire of a mother towards her son. Raymond de Saussure introduced the term in by way of analogy to its logical converse in psychoanalysis, the Oedipus complex, and it may be used to cover different degrees of attachment, including domineering but asexual mother love – something perhaps particularly prevalent with Missing: crime book.
Another group of girls break their silence in this brilliant adaptation of the Oedipus myth, told from the perspective of its female protagonists. Jocasta and her daughter Ismene have little to say in the classic adaptations by Homer and Sophocles, but they narrate their stories eloquently in this fine novel, providing the reader with intimate [ ].
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