Table of contents for Laughing with Medusa : classical myth and feminist thought / edited by Vanda Zajko and Miriam Leonard.

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List of Illustrations x
List of Contributors xi
Introduction 1
Vanda Zajko and Miriam Leonard
PART I.#Myth and Psychoanalysis
1.The Cronos Complex: Psychoanalytic Myths of the Future for Boys and Girls 21
 Rachel Bowlby
2.Who are we when we read?: Keats, Klein, Cixous, and Elizabeth Cooks Achilles 45
 Vanda Zajko
3.Beyond Oedipus: Feminist Thought, Psychoanalysis, and Mythical Figurations of the Feminine 67
 Griselda Pollock
PART II.#Myth and Politics
4.Lacan, Irigaray, and Beyond: Antigones and the Politics of Psychoanalysis 121
 Miriam Leonard
5.Antigone and the Politics of Sisterhood 141
 Simon Goldhill
6.Fascism on Stage: Jean Anouilhs Antigone 163
 Katie Fleming
PART III.#Myth and History
7.A Womans History of Warfare 189
 Ellen OGorman
8.Beyond glorious Ocean: Feminism, Myth, and America 209
 Greg Staley
PART IV.#Myth and Science
9.Atoms, Individuals, and Myths 233
 Duncan Kennedy
10.The Philosopher and the Mother Cow: Towards a Gendered Reading of Lucretius, De Rerum Natura 253
 Alison Sharrock
11.Science Fictions and Cyber Myths: or, Do Cyborgs Dream of Dolly the Sheep? 275
 Genevieve Liveley
PART V.#Myth and Poetry
12.Putting the Women Back into the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women 297
 Lillian Doherty
13.Reclaiming the Muse 327
 Penny Murray
14.Defying History: The Legend of Helen in Modern Greek Poetry 355
 Efi Spentzou
15.This tart fable: Daphne, Apollo, and Modern Womens Poetry 381
 Rowena Fowler
16.Iphigeneias Wedding 399
 Elizabeth Cook
Select Bibliography 411

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mythology in literature.
Feminism and literature.