MYTH SYMBOL AND CULTURE

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Myth Symbol And Culture

Author : Clifford Geertz
ISBN : STANFORD:36105004491093
Genre : Metaphor
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Category: Metaphor

Daedalus

Author : The American Academy of Arts and Sciences
ISBN : OCLC:811359660
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Myth Symbol And Meaning In Mary Poppins

Author : Giorgia Grilli
ISBN : 9781135868017
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Mary Poppins that many people know of today--a stern, but sweet, loveable, and reassuring British nanny--is a far cry from the character created by Pamela Lyndon Travers in the 1930's. Instead, this is the Mary Poppins reinvented by Disney in the eponymous movie. This book sheds light on the original Mary Poppins, Myth, Symbol, and Meaning in Mary Poppins is the only full-length study that covers all the Mary Poppins books, exposing just how subversive the pre-Disney Mary Poppins character truly was. Drawing important parallels between the character and the life of her creator, who worked as a governess herself, Grilli reveals the ways in which Mary Poppins came to unsettle the rigid and rigorous rules of Victorian and Edwardian society that most governesses embodied, taught, and passed on to their charges.
Category: Literary Criticism

Old Age In Myth And Symbol

Author : Jennifer McLerran
ISBN : IND:30000022662849
Genre : Social Science
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Designed as a resource for artists, writers, and behavioral scientists, this compilation of the myths and symbols of old age lists more than 400 entries ranging from Abraham and acacia through Zorya and Zurvan. Coverage includes traditional mythical figures, literary characters, the symbolic attributes of old age such as time measurement and musical instruments, animals associated with aging, objects, types of locations, and more. The result of four years' research in a variety of sources, the volume reports on the use of such symbols in art, literature, and popular culture, providing the most comprehensive coverage of myths and symbols of old age available in one volume. Entries are arranged alphabetically and include short citations indicating the sources used to compile the entry. A complete bibliography listing the full titles of all sources is also included to help readers who wish further information on a particular subject. Cross-references are used throughout to highlight related entries.
Category: Social Science

Rethinking Popular Culture

Author : Chandra Mukerji
ISBN : 0520068939
Genre : Social Science
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Rethinking Popular Culture presents some of the most important current scholarship analyzing popular culture. Drawing upon recent developments in cultural theory and exciting new methods of critical analysis, the essays in this volume break down disciplinary boundaries and offer fresh insight into popular culture.
Category: Social Science

Myth Symbol And Colonial Encounter

Author : Jennifer Reid
ISBN : 9780776604169
Genre : History
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From the time of the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, people of British origin have shared the area of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island (traditionally called Acadia) with Eastern Canada's Algonkian-speaking peoples, the Mi'kmaq. Despite nearly three centuries of interaction, these communities have largely remained alienated from one another. What were the differences between Mi'kmaq and British structures of valuation? What were the consequences of Acadia's colonization for both Mi'kmaq and British people? By examining the symbolic and mythic lives of these peoples, Reid considers the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century roots of this alienation and suggests that interaction between British and Mi'kmaq during the period was substantially determined by each group's fundamental religious need to feel rooted - to feel at home in Acadia.
Category: History

Made Men

Author : Antonio Nicaso
ISBN : 9781442222274
Genre : Social Science
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The novel The Godfather (1969) and the movie of the same name (1972) entrenched the myth of the Mafiosi as valiant knights, men of honor, and defenders of the traditional concept of family. As a result of this movie and other popular portrayals, the image of mobsters as “men of honor and tradition” has become iconic throughout America. Yet the truth of the matter belies this more noble image. The Mafia is a ruthless organization. Their concept of family is a twisted one. But viewed through the lens of popular culture, it is often difficult to separate the fiction from the reality. Made Men demystifies this image by dismantling the code of honor that Mafiosi live by, including its attendant symbols, rituals, and the lifestyle that it demands. Since the end of World War II, the Mafia in Italy and America has undergone major changes, which are charted by the authors through the present day. Nicaso and Danesi also consider all kinds of related organizations, not only the Italian ones, including the Yakuza, the Triads, and the Russian Mafia. The authors look at organized criminal culture in general, attempting to explain why its symbols, rituals, and practices continue to draw people in, both as literal members, or as consumers of the pop culture that glorifies them. This story traces and decodes the origins, history and success of the mafia in the U.S., bringing a better, and more accurate understanding of this ultimately brutal, violent, and corrupting “family business.” It is a story that has rarely been told in this way, but which is believed, nonetheless, important to tell.
Category: Social Science

Symbol Myth And Culture

Author : Ernst Cassirer
ISBN : 0300026668
Genre : Philosophy
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The papers in this volume of Ernst Cassirer's unpublished works give insight into the major issues that engaged Cassirer's interest between 1935 and 1945. Ernst Cassirer has been read and studied by generations of students, and in this book they will find illuminations, in a more informal voice, of the major themes in Cassirer's work. New readers will be introduced to the great issues that occupied the interest of one of the twentieth century's most widely read philosophers.
Category: Philosophy

Political Thought And Political Thinkers

Author : Judith N. Shklar
ISBN : 0226753468
Genre : History
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A collection of twenty-one essays written over Shklar's forty-year career as a professor at Harvard University.
Category: History