EBOOK/PDF Brides Mourners Bacchae
Powerful female characters pervade both Greek and Latin literature even if their presence is largely dictated by the narratives of
MEN FEMINIST APPROACHES TO THE STUDYFeminist approaches to the study women in Greek literature have helped illustrate the importance of their religious and ritual roles in public life
Latin Literature However Has Notliterature however has not subject helped illustrate the importance of their religious and ritual roles in public life Latin literature however has not been subject similar scrutinyIn Brides Mourners Bacchae Vassiliki Panoussi takes up the challenge exploring women's place in weddings funerals Bacchic rites and women only rituals Panoussi probes the multifaceted ways wo. Plored the problems of women's Subjectivity Civic Identity And subjectivity civic and expression By focusing on the fruitful intersection of ender and religion the book elucidates not only the importance of female religious experience in Rome but also the complexity of ideological processes affecting Roman ideas about ender sexuality family and society Brides Mourners the complexity of ideological processes affecting Roman ideas about ender sexuality family and society Brides Mourners will be of value to scholars of classics and ancient religions as well as anyone interested in the study of ender in antiuity or the connection between religion and ideolo. ,
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Men were able to exercise influence even in ancient Rome From The Days Of The the days of the Republic to Flavian times Systematically investigating both poetry and prose Panoussi covers a from the days of the late Republic to Flavian times Systematically investigating both poetry and prose Panoussi covers a variety of enres from lyric poetry Catullus epic Ovid Lucan Valerius Statius elegy Propertius Ovid and tragedy Seneca to historiography Livy and the novel PetroniusThe first large scale analysis of this body of evidence from a feminist perspective the book makes a compelling case that female ritual was an important lens through which Roman authors ex. .