Jeff Talarigo visits the Gaza Strip to tell a history of the land and the Palestinian diaspora through the mode of mythopoetic
tales that lend a sense of clarity through the very things that make them strange.
Back in the early 2000s, Hollywood--the real, geographic Hollywood, not the mythopoetic
one where dreams dance in thrall to commerce--was a needle-strewn, no-man's-land.
He explores its later application in Western culture, looking at the object of seduction, the memorial object: between wound and catharsis, the magical object: animating the inanimate, creating worlds: the mythopoetic
force of objects, theatricalizing the fetish-object, the alterity of matter, and the object-icon.
Lewis's "The Case For Christianity" in 1943, the first part of the later-published Mere Christianity, Kilby subsequently read all of Lewis's works, designed a popular course around the mythopoetic
works of Lewis and Tolkien, and began a long-term correspondence with Tolkien that lasted until the author's death in 1973.
Elsdon Best, Some Aspects of Maori Myth and Religion, Illustrating the Mentality of the Maoriand his Mythopoetic
Concepts, Dominion Museum Monograph No.
While historians have not been able to confirm reports that preparations were underway in 1953 to deport all or most of Russia's Jews to Birobidzhan, The Yid vividly imagines that massive pogrom-that-never-was and all of its appalling implications, as well as an act of mythopoetic
Jewish heroism that staved off the threat, spicing it all with as many bits of history, lore and comedy as could conceivably be squeezed in.
The fusion between the installation and the series of drawings exudes a sense of decline, whose mythopoetic
space-time (10) is endowed with a kind of bestiality.
This Fall issue begins with an article by Kevin Larsen, whose essay, rather than examining Don Quixote's influence across time and space, explores instead the profound mythopoetic
debt that Cervantes's masterpiece owes to the sacred scriptures of the three Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
When his grandfather introduced him to the Yoruba Pantheon, these traditional gods, goddess and the mythopoetic
view they represent resonated with the poet in a way that Christianity had not.
The heroism with which the literary imagination has invested Toussaint since the mid-twentieth century testifies to the strength of the mythopoetic
drive that Pierre Nora described as a "particular kind of relationship of the individual in history.
Working with men from a Mythopoetic
perspective: An Integrity Therapy framework.
The political context from the 1950s through Reagan and post-9/11 sets the stage for analysis of the portrayal of Latinos in the mainstream media and cultural production as well as within the realm of "the mythopoetic
men's movement" (101).