Three Trios

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Editore: Northwestern University Press, 2006
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Riassunto: "Three Trios" brings together, for the first time, translations of two ancient texts. "The Apocryphal Book of Judith" may be the more familiar one - the tale of a widow as warrior-savior. Less familiar may be the possibility that hidden within this narrative is another older sequence, a pagan one. The ritual that initiated a woman into the Dionysian also licensed her to leave her community. That ceremony, for all the running and blood-letting, helped the cultivated woman cultivate her individuation out of a morass of femininity. The "Mysteries" were widely practiced, and yet to preserve their secrecy, any documentary evidence was surely hidden, coded, or bowdlerized. It is possible that the "Book of Judith" was such a disguised book of common pagan prayer. "Three Trios" is composed out of this audacious possibility. J II (?-561? B.C.E.) is the name given to the author of the "Apocryphal Book of Judith". Until the discoveries of 1897, many readers attributed to J II the glories of her heroine: her incredible eloquence, intelligence, and the kind of charisma reserved for a god. They did not, for reasons lost to us, go on to attribute to J II her beautiful young heroine's military success: that she entered a wilderness, that she killed her enemy, that she defended her city and saved her people. Centuries after Judith was removed from the Bible, J II was still revered as the maker of this woman, this symbol of Israel. Once the second scroll was found in 1932, her "identity," beyond the simple fact of a woman writing, seemed less certain. Her most beloved poems are probably not the private yearnings of a solitaire but part of a ceremony for cultivated women.

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Titolo: Three Trios
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Data di pubblicazione: 2006
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