- Translation Tuesday: Prologue to Bacchae by Euripides
- I meanwhile will go up to Mount Cithaeron,. join my Bacchants and enjoy their dances. Translated from the classic Greek by Aaron Poochigian.
- The Laius Complex. Abraham, Laius, Moses — Father, Trauma, and Carrying
- When Laius's son Oedipus was born, Laius ordered him killed on Mount Cithaeron. The impulse of Laius is therefore double.
- Lady Sings the Blues
- Toni Morrison's eleven novels are filled with characters whose jacked-up childhoods hobble them like Oedipus on Mount Cithaeron: Pecola Breedlove and Milkman Dead; Denver and Seneca; Frank Money and Golden Gray. Though her fiction is strewn with ...
- James Davidson
- To get nearer to Dionysus you might choose to climb Mount Cithaeron, get drunk and/or go a bit wild. In certain respects, Olympus resembles a rather jolly Senior Common Room, where the gods met to feast and debate in between attending to their ...
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