[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
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2
H. Rouse, Dionysiaca (London 1940)
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3
P. Chuvin, Nonnos de Panopolis: Les Dionysi- aques, vol. 2, Chants III-V (Paris 1976) 44ff.
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M. Stein, Stimulating Creativity (New York 1974) 110ff.
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P. Tompkins, The Magic of Obelisks (New York 1981) 376
R. Bonewitz, The Crystal Heart (Chatham 1989) 76-77
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J. Winkler, "In Pursuit of the Nymphs: Comedy and Sex in Nonnos' Tales of Dionysos" (Diss. U. Texas 1974) 120-36.
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J. Purce, The Mystic Spiral (New York 1974)
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9
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10
Winkler (supra n. 7) 23
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C. Martindale, The Romantic Progres- sion (London 1975) 20.
11
Iliad 23.135-36
Dion. 37.37-40
Winkler (supra n. 7) 140.
12
R. F. Newbold, "Perinatal Imagery in Claudian," Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 73 (1991) 7-15.
13
E. Livrea, "Il poeta ed il vescovo: La questione nonniana e la storia," Prometheus, 1987, 97-123, at 99-100.
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14
C. Martindale, "The Evolution of English Poetry," Poetics 7 (1978) 231-48.
J. Lindsay, Life and Pleasure in Roman Egypt (London 1965) 370
D. Gigli Piccardi, Metafora e poetica in Nonno di Panopoli (Florence 1985) 11.
15
G. Braden, "Nonnus' Typhoon: Dionysiaca Books I and II," Texas Studies in Language and Literature 15 (1974), 851-79, at 851.
16
Lind (supra n. 9) 61
18
M. McCall, "Conjecturing about Creative Leaders," Journal of Creative Behaviour 14 (1980) 225-34, at 232
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19
A. Hayter, Opium and the Romantic Imagination (London 1988) 331-5.
Martindale (supra n. 10) 16.
20
R. Sternberg, The Nature of Creativity (Cambridge 1988) 234
21
A. Rothenberg and C. Hausman, eds., The Creativity Question (Durham 1976)
J. Dacey, Fundamentals of Creative Thinking (Lexington 1989)
A. Storr, The Dynamics of Creation (London 1972)
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22
P. Greenacre, "The Relation of the Impostor to the Artist," Psychoanalytic Study of the Child 13 (1958) 521-40.
23
E. Neumann, The Origins and History of Consciousness (Princeton 1954) 42
24
Greenacre (supra n. 22)
P. Greenacre, "The Impostor," Psychoana- lytic Quarterly 27 (1958) 359-82
L. Finkelstein, "The Impostor: Aspects of His Development," Psychoanalytic Quarterly 43 (1974) 85-114
H. Deutsch, "The Impostor," Psychoanalytic Quarterly 24 (1955) 483-505
L. Kaplan, Adolescence: The Farewell to Childhood (New York 1984) 289ff.
25
Kaplan (supra n. 24, 1984) 293.
26
K. Gergen, "Multiple Identity," Psychology Today 5.12 (May 1976) 31ff.
27
J. Money, Lovemaps (Irvington 1986) 78
below, n. 31
28
J. Petrosko, "The Alchemy of the Soul: A Study of Eric Hoffer's Thoughts on Creativity," Journal of Creative Behaviour 17 (1985) 131-45.
29
Nonnus in, e.g., 21.36-89
Apollodorus 3.35.
31
Winkler (supra n. 7) 1-17, 52-69.
32
Nonnus makes this aspect of voyeurism very clear: 7.203, 15.240, 42.43.
W. Anderson, "The Visiting Mind: Henry James' Poetics of Seeing," Psychoanalytic Review 69 (1982) 513-32.
33
R. F. Newbold, "Sensitivity to Shame in Greek and Roman Epic, with Particular Refer- ence to Claudian and Nonnus," Ramus 14 (1985) 30-45, esp. 34, 41-42.
34
F. Bornmann, "Sulla spedizione di Dionisio in India," SIFC 47 (1975) 52-67.
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36
Fauth (supra n. 1) 90
G. D'Ippolito, Studi Nonniani (Palermo 1964) 52ff.
P. Forbes Irving, Metamorphosis in Greek Myths (Oxford 1990)
39
Diodorus: e.g., 2.38.5
40
M. Harner, The Way of the Shaman (New York 1980).
41
supra n. 18
D. Simonton, Genius, Creativity and Leadership (Cambridge, Mass., 1984) 170ff.
42
Paus. 2.31.2, 37.5
Diod. 4.25.4
Apollod. 3.38
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Zeus, 8.409-18.
43
M. Detienne and J.-P. Vernant, Cunning Intelligence in Greek Culture and Society, trans. J. Lloyd (Sussex 1978)
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44
Lindsay (supra n. 14) 379-95.
45
Fauth (supra n. 1) 185ff.
46
Lind (supra n. 9) 57.
47
J. Glover et al., Handbook of Creativity (New York 1989) 186ff.
48
M. Whiteside, "Rare Beasts in the Sheepfold," Journal of Creative Behaviour 15 (1981) 189-98
49
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Cleo (August 1991) 80.
52
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53
R. Hoffmann, "Ritual Licence and the Cult of Dionysus," Athenaeum 77 (1989) 91- 116.
54
Braden [supra n. 13] 853
Wosien, supra n. 2
P. Slater, The Glory of Hera (Boston 1968) 282.
56
Hera, 32.98ff.
57
Winkler (supra n. 7) 70ff.
58
Dionysus's immortality; 19.225-62
62
Pentheus (44.53)
Zeus (37.76; cf. 33.290)
Attis (20.39)
64
P. DuBois, Sowing the Body (Chicago 1988), esp. 130ff.
65
T. Farrell, "Secondary Orality and Consciousness Today," in Media, Consciousness and Culture, ed. B. Gronbeck (London 1991) 194-209.
66
C. Delaney, "Seeds of Honor, Fields of Shame," in D. Gilmore, ed., Honor and Shame and the Unity of the Mediterranean (Washington 1987) 35-48, at 44.
67
Storr (supra n. 21) 92ff.
68
R. F. Newbold, "Discipline, Bondage and the Serpent in Nonnus' Dionysiaca," Classical World 78 (1984) 89-98, esp. 93-94.
69
Aura (48.811-26)
70
M. Weigle, Creation and Procreation (Philadelphia 1989) esp. 95-96
S. Freedman, "Creativity and the Childbirth Metaphor," Feminist Studies 13 (1987) 49-82.
71
J. Maritain, "Creative Intuition in Art and Poetry," in Rothenberg and Hausman (supra n. 21) 104-8.
72
D. Sarnoff and H. Cole, "Creativity and Self-Growth," Journal of Creative Behaviour 17 (1983) 95-102
73
K. Wilber, A Sociable God (Boulder 1983) 124.
74
J. Ogilvy, Many-Dimensional Man (New York 1977) 134ff.
75
Lindsay (supra n. 14) 393.
76
Ogilvy (supra n. 74) 7
77
Fauth (supra n. 1) 115.
Greenacre (supra n. 22)
78
M. Eliade (Shamanism [London 1964], trans. W. Trask, 387ff.)
79
Forbes Irving (supra n. 36) 192ff.
80
Eliade (supra n. 78)
J. Halifax, Shamanic Voices (London 1979) 23
M. Jamal, Shapeshifters (London 1987) 162ff.
G. Rouget, Music and Trance (Chicago 1985)
81
Farrell (supra n. 65).
82
Winkler (supra n. 7) 2.
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J. Hillman, Re-visioning Psychology (New York 1975).
83
M. Detienne, Dionysos Slain (Baltimore 1979)
A. Henrichs, "Loss of Self, Suffering, Violence: The Modern View of Dionysus from Nietzsche to Girard," HSCP 88 (1984) 205-40, esp. 210.
84
Dionysus, 27.338-41
Newbold (supra n. 9) 9
Newbold (supra n. 33) 42.
85
J. Rowan, Subpersonalities: The People Inside Us (London 1989) 210.
A. Huxley, The Perennial Philosophy (London 1946) 279
Petrosko (supra n. 28)
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Braden (supra n. 15) 862
86
I. Massey, The Gaping Pig: Literature and Metamorphosis (Berkeley and Los Angeles 1976) 1
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87
Hayter (supra n. 19) 336.
88
Whiteside (supra n. 48)
89
Newbold (supra n. 68) esp. 92-93.
Purce (supra n. 8)
Nonnus 25.31ff.
90
Lindsay (supra n. 14)
Dudeck and Hall (supra n. 13)
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