Another similar instance is the 'voice of the shuttle' in the Tereus
Which is why after Philomela's brother-in-law, Tereus
, rapes her, he cuts out her tongue and tosses it, the bloody stump hissing at the girl's feet.
Studies on the properties of cellulose enzyme from Aspergillus niger tereus
This young Athenian princess, who appears in book six of Ovid's Metamorphoses, is raped by her brother-in-law, the Thracian tyrant, Tereus
1592-98) thus uses at least three different kinds of sources as it provides a sequence of actions, entrances, and exits for a variety of otherwise unrelated characters and old-fashioned types as Henry VI, the poet and pageant maker John Lydgate, King Gorboduc and his sons Ferrex and Porrex, foreigners like Sardanapas and Arbactas, the classical and mythological Tereus
and Philomela, and three of the seven deadly sins.
4) As readers of Ovid's Metamorphoses are shown through the example of the Thracian king Tereus
cutting out his sister-in-law Philomela's tongue to prevent her from disclosing his violent rape, this particular form of punishment would additionally aim to prevent further verbal pronouncements by silencing the speaker forever.
seeks to silence Philomela by cutting out her tongue after he rapes her (Ovid).
Philomela gives her tapestry to her sister Procne, who is married to the rapist, Tereus
Images of Tereus
approaching Philomela with rapist intent, e.
Petrarch's sonnet 310 positions "pianger Filomena" ["weeping Philomena"] and "garrir Procne" ["chattering Procne"] (3), (34) as harbingers of spring, invoking the section from Ovid's Metamorphoses in which sisters are transformed into a nightingale and a swallow after wreaking vengeance on Tereus
, who betrayed one by raping the other and cutting out her tongue in a failed effort to keep the act secret.
He played Tereus
, who rapes his sister-in-law, and Narcissus, who is chased by an infatuated nymph - a part it seems he played in real life too.
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