[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
The Interpretation of Dreams, vols. 4 and 5 in The Standard Edition of the Complete Psycho- logical Works of Sigmund Freud, ed. James Strachey (London, 1953-1974), 205.
Sarah Kofman, The Enigma of Woman: Woman in Freud's Writings, tr. Catherine Porter (Ithaca, 1985) 71-81.
2
Page duBois, Sowing the Body: Psychoanalysis and Ancient Representations of Women (Chicago. 1988) 39-89.
3
"Love and hunger, I reflected, meet at the woman's breast" (204).
4
duBois (above, n. 2) 110-29.
New York Times, March 9, 1990, 36-37
5
duBois (above, n. 2).
6
Apollodorus, Library 3.13.6
N. J. Richardson, The Homeric Hymn to Demeter (Oxford, 1974) 237.
H. Apollo 123-25
7
Nancy Felson Rubin and Harriet M. Deal, "Some Functions of the Demophon Episode in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter," QUCC 5 (1980) 13 n. 18.
8
Steven Lowenstam, The Death of Patroklos: A Study in Typology (Königstein, 1981) 56-60.
9
Rubin and Deal (above, n. 7) 12-13.
10
Lycophron, Alexandra 39, 1326
Diodorus Siculus 4.9.7
Pausanias 9.25.2
Hyginus, Poetica Astronomica 2.49.
11
W. Deonna, "La legende de Pero et Micon et l'allaitement symbolique," Latomus 13 (1954) 140-66, 356-75
Nicole Loraux, Les expériences de Tirésias: Le feminin et 'homme grec (Paris, 1989) 162-68.
12
Myth and Thought among the Greeks (Boston, 1983) 134.
13
Johannes T. Kakridis, Homeric Researches (Lund, 1949) 11-42.
14
Pausanias 10.31.4
Aeschylus, Choephoroi 602-11
Bacchylides 5.94-154
Ovid, Metamorphoses 8.268-546
Apollodorus, Library 1.8.2-3
Hyginus, Fabulae 171-74.
15
Kakridis (above, n. 13: 14)
Gregory Nagy, The Best of the Achaeans (Balti- more, 1979) 289-97.
17
Il. 9.568
18
Apollodorus, Library 1.5.1
Orphic fragment 49.100ff.
Gilbert Murray, The Rise of the Greek Epic, 4th ed. (Oxford, 1934), 337-39.
19
Hesiod in both the Theogony (535-612)
Works and Days (42-105)
Theogony 590
Works and Days 90-92
Works and Days 60-68, 78
Theogony 599
Works and Days 42
duBois (above, n. 2) 45-47
Pietro Pucci, Hesiod and the Language of Poetry (Baltimore, 1977) 88.
20
S 13 in Supplementum Lyricis Graecis, ed. Denys Page [Oxford, 1974]
S 11 SLG
21
Deborah Dickmann Boedeker, Aphrodite's Entry into Greek Epic (Leiden, 1974) 39-42, 64-84
Gregory Nagy, "Phaethon, Sappho's Phaon, and the White Rock of Leukas," HSCPh 77 (1973) 156-72.
22
Jean-Pierre Vernant, "Feminine Figures of Death in Greece," Diacritics 16 (1986) 62-64.
23
Apollodorus, Library 3.14.4
24
Plutarch, Sayings of Spartan Women, 241B
Bravery of Women 246A-B
25
Boedeker (above, n. 21) 78-82
Nagy (above, n. 21) 171.
H. Aphr. 218-38
Hector's fear at Iliad 6.265
Richardson (above, n. 6) 234.
26
Jasper Griffin, "The Epic Cycle and the Uniqueness of Homer," JHS 97 (1977) 42-43.
Nagy (above, n. 15) 178ff., esp. 181-84
Dale Sinos, Achilles, Patroklos and the Meaning of Philos, Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissen- schaft 29 (Innsbruck, 1980) 21-26.
27
E. T. Owen, The Story of the Iliad (London, 1946) 11.
28
Apollonius of Rhodes, Argonautica 4.866-79
Apollodorus, Library 3.13.6.
Hyginus, Fabulae 147
Servius on Virgil, Georgics 1.19, 163
Lactantius Placidas on Statius, Thebaid 2.382
Scriptores Rerum Mythicarum Latini, ed. G. H. Bede, 1.3,107.
n. 18
Richardson (above, n. 6) 242
Statius, Achilleid 1.269
Servius on Virgil, Aeneid 6.57
n. 15: 189
29
Laura M. Slatkin, to which this discussion is much indebted throughout: The Power of Thetis: Allusion and Interpretation in the Iliad (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1991).
30
1. 16.431-61
Peter Smith, Nursling of Mortality: A Study of the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite (Frank- furt, 1981) 88 and nn. 115-17.
31
H. Apollo 306-42
Lowenstam (above, n. 8) 71.
32
Jenny Strauss Clay, The Politics of Olympus: Form and Meaning in the Major Homeric Hymns (Princeton, 1989) 169, 183.
33
Il. 9.252-60
34
H. Aphr. 109-10
35
Kofman (above, n. 1) 76-79.
n. 1: 4.xxvi
36
Nicole Loraux, "Le lit, la guerre," L'Homme 21 (1981) 37-67
Les expériences de Tirésias (above, n. 11) 29-53.
37
Nicole Loraux, Les Mères en deuil (Paris, 1990), esp. 77-85
38
my "Penelope's Agnoia: Knowledge, Power, and Gender in the Odyssey," Helios 13 (1986) 104-15
Disguise and Recognition in the Odyssey (Princeton, 1987) chap. 4.
John J. Winkler, The Constraints of Desire (New York, 1990) 129-61.
39
Apollodorus (Library 3.14.8)
Ovid (Metamorphoses 6.424- 674)
H. Dem. 257
Joseph Russo's comment on this passage in A Commentary on Homer's Odyssey III [Oxford, 1992] 100)
Loraux (above, n. 37) 84-97.
40
Il. 9.410
Od. 1.215.
Od. 21.103-6
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