eBook The Medusa Reader It s no secret to anyone around me that I ve been obsessed with the story of Medusa for awhile now This book is by far the best resource I ve come across From Freud to Hele
eBook The Medusa Reader It's no secret to anyone around me that I've been obsessed with the story of Medusa for awhile now. This book is, by far, the best resource I've come across. From Freud to Helene Cixous -- this book showcases a wide range of Medusa stories and interpretations. Really, really great stuff.. The Medusa Reader is Books Ranging from classical times to pop culture, this collection will appeal to art historians, feminists, classicists, cultural critics, and anyone interested in mythology.. Marjorie B Garber born June 11, 1944 is a professor at Harvard University and the author of a wide variety of books, most notably ones about William Shakespeare and aspects of popular culture including sexuality.She wrote Vested Interests Cross Dressing and Cultural Anxiety, a ground breaking theoretical work on transvestitism s contribution to culture Other works include Sex and Real Estate Why We Love Houses, Academic Instincts, Vice Versa Bisexuality and the Eroticism of Everyday Life, Shakespeare After All, and Dog Love which is not primarily about bestiality, except for one chapter titled Sex and the Single Dog.Her book Shakespeare After All Pantheon, 2004 was chosen one of Newsweek s ten best nonfiction books of the year, and was awarded the 2005 Christian Gauss Book Award from Phi Beta Kappa.She was educated at Swarth College B.A 1966 L.H.D 2004 and Yale University Ph.D 1969 from. A viral Books The Medusa Reader Ms. Garber, a Harvard professor, and Ms. Vickers, President of Bryn Mawr College, have assembled a collection of literary and philosophical writings on the myth of Medusa. And this is pretty much all they've done. Assembled. There is no additional context or editorial guidance here to turn the work into anything more than a file folder with material on the gorgon. One gets the sense they needed all these passages in a single book that they could then assign as required reading for their university students. Which makes it less a book than a tutorial hand-out. It definitely reads like one.