Les Amazones by Josée Marcotte

By Josée Marcotte

Dans une société dont l’époque n’est pas précisée (un savant mélange d’éléments archaïques et contemporains), les femmes, comme les Amazones de l. a. mythologie grecque, sont coupées des hommes (perçus comme des ennemis) et assurent leur replica par une combination végétale qu’elles mêlent à de los angeles boue. Le roman, découpé en forty seven chapitres presque autonomes et portant en guise de titre le nom d’un des personnages, raconte l’histoire de cette société à los angeles fois étrange et familière de femmes guerrières. Aux figures inspirées de los angeles mythologie vintage s’ajoutent des personnages près des mythes modernes esquissés par des écrivains comme Orwell ou Volodine.

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VIII. IX. X. XI. XII. XIII. XIV. 1–40 There is admirable genealogical economy in this scheme, with the myriad figures of myth fitting into a relatively few main genealogies. The three lineages of Deucalion, Inachos, and Agenor take up the bulk of the work, but then it becomes quite complex. 96) a full book and a half until after the lineage of Agenor. This displacement of Pelasgos, which might at first sight seem surprisingly unmotivated, is, in fact, crucial, for it sets up the entire rest of the narrative as we move toward the Trojan War and introduces another secondary organizational principle: the geographic.

Certainly the stark differences in form among the theogony, the narrative accounts, and the lists suggest that at some point someone fused together different types of mythographic forms into a single body. Although the specific forms that most of these sources took are unknown, there were numerous works to cull from, and in one case at least we have a pretty clear picture. Some of the narrative Fabulae probably draw on the so-called “Tales from Euripides” or some other source book on tragedy. The titles of Fab.

We are also given such help again at Fab. 52 (Myrmidons), 96 (Pyrrha), 143 (Hermes), 151 (Chimaera), 153 (laos-laas), and 166 (Erichthonius). Latin equivalents of Greek names and words are sometimes added, often with the first-person “we”: Fab. 2, “Liber ordained that she be called Leucothea (we call her Mater Matuta) and that Melicertes be called the god Palaemon (we call him Portunus)”; Fab. 53, “So he turned her into an ortyx bird (what we call a quail)”; Fab. 92, “Jupiter summoned all the gods to the feast except for Eris (that is, Discord)”; Fab.

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