CRIME p10 one in eight parents who commit filicide
(kill their own children) had been in contact with mental health services within one year before the murder.
Summary: Kollam (Kerala) [India], Jan 19 (ANI): In a case of filicide
, a 43-year-old woman was arrested on Friday for allegedly killing her teenager son in Kerala's Kollam.
Adorned with notions of the uncanny, The Red-Haired Woman is fearless in its reading of canonical texts like Oedipus Rex and Rostam and Sohrab and in tackling the question of patricide and paternal filicide
Notably, when he encourages her to some sort of action, it is an act of self-wounding, a detail that foreshadows his filicide
in the final scene.
11-12 (2007) (citing a success rate of under twenty-five percent); Heather Leigh Stangle, Note, Murderous Madonna: Femininity, Violence, and the Myth of Postpartum Mental Disorder in Cases of Maternal Infanticide and Filicide
In accepting the thought of killing his son, Abraham anticipates the actual moment when it will happen, but this willingness to commit mental filicide
is exactly what prompts God to spare Isaac's life.
Murder is a terrible crime but filicide
- the killing of a child by its parent- is particularly abhorrent.
reveals that she and Nicolas had in fact been passionately in love: that Ubaldino's vaunted political career had been tainted by corruption; and that Nicolas's death was the result of either filicide
This allusion doubles the negative connotations of the historical, Biblical example as it both plays on Spain's well-established anti-Semitism, (20) and suggests that Gervasio's theory is tantamount to filicide
Depression with psychotic features is indicated to be associated with filicide
In the final chapter, "Trauma Postponed: Claudio Cupellini's Una vita tranquilla," Renga applies an Oedipal reading once again to discuss the "traumas of abandonment, betrayal, parricide, and filicide
inherent in the relationship between Rosario and Diego" (167).
Awakening of the Ethical Consciousness of Irish Public and Its Route: An Interpretation of Patricide and Filicide
in Yeats's Purgatory").