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Cre·ü·sa

 (krē-o͞o′zə)
n. Greek Mythology
The wife of Aeneas who was lost while fleeing from Troy but came back as a ghost to warn Aeneas of his future.
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creusa sabendo da historia chorava de arrependida Por ter marcado o rapaz com banha desconhecida disse: nunca mais terei sossego na minha vida.
Feminist Criticism and Theory: The Ghost of Creusa.
Hecabe es hija del frigio Dimante y de Metope o Evangora o Galucipe se convierte en la segunda esposa de Priamo rey de Troya, madre de diecinueve o veinte hijos (Hector, Paris, Creusa, Laodice, Polixena Casandra, Deifobo, Heleno, Pamon, Polites, Antifo, Hiponoo, Polidoro y Troilo).
The Fiat was dispatched, and 10 minutes later Maria's mother, Creusa dos Santos, walked into the room.
El origen de la discordia es que Jason ha abandonado a Medea y, a sus espaldas, se ha casado con la joven princesa Creusa, hija de Creonte, el rey de Corinto.
16) According to Vossius, it is due to all the excitement in the middle of the drama caused by the description of the gruesome deaths of Creusa and Creon that Seneca is forced to explicitly stage how Medea slays both her sons.
989-1005), nos presenta el dialogo del anciano pedagogo de Erecteo con Creusa, en el curso del cual se afirma que Atenea, tras darle muerte a la Gorgona, le entrego al recien nacido Erictonio dos gotas de la sangre del monstruo: una, aleja las enfermedades; la otra, mata, pues es veneno del espantoso ser mencionado.
Casualmente pierde por el camino a Creusa, su esposa, que queda atrapada en el tumulto de la vida--como una nina desorientada, torpe en su sensibilidad amedrentada, un poco histerica en su incapacidad para la fortaleza paranoica, sin la fuerza creativa masculina y destinada a su infertilidad--.
While h is often observed that Marlowe has Aeneas fail to save three women (Creusa, Cassandra, and Polyxena) in a row--thus building on the martial inadequacy of Virgil's Aeneas, who stands "unmanned" (44) after witnessing the murder of the patriarch Priam--Marlowe significantly deletes the extremely moving encounter between Aeneas and the ghost of Creusa in Virgil.
Vestido con el que Creusa morira, abrasada por las llamas.
In the second part, for example, Medea, the well-known mythical figure, kills the princess Creusa by means of a poisoned dress simply because of her desire to take revenge on Jason who left her to marry the princess.
O radio tem o papel de compor o "clima" dos acontecimentos, atraves das suas musicas locais (o chamame) e regionais (Charly Garcia, da Argentina, Tom Jobim e Maria Creusa, do Brasil), e, tambem, com um uso instrumental, o de "torturar" os ouvidos do prisioneiro.