Table of contents for Scylla : myth, metaphor, paradox / Marianne Govers Hopman.


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Introduction; Part I. Scylla in the Odyssey: 1. The impregnable monster; 2. A poetic hazard; 3. The gullet of the sea; 4. Puzzles and riddles; Part II. Scylla in Classical Greece: 5. A feminine composite; 6. Scylla as Femme Fatale; 7. The untamed maiden; Part III. Scylla in Hellenistic Greece and Rome: 8. Rationalizing the monster; 9. Organizing the tradition; 10. Roman versions of a Greek myth; 11. Psychology and re-semanticization in Ovid's Metamorphoses; Epilogue.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Scylla and Charybdis (Greek mythology)
Monsters in literature.
Monsters in art.
Homer. -- Odyssey.
HISTORY / General. -- bisacsh