Murder, Rape, and Why Myths Still Matter

Narratives as old as antiquity live on in news coverage

Mythology’s Legacy

Ancient Rome’s Foundation Myths are Stories of Fratricide and Rape

The Rape of Lucretia

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Jennifer-Zeven-what-the-rape-of-lucretia-tells-us
Image credit: www.elbphilharmonie.de

Death Before Dishonour

The Prevalence and Problems of Monster Stories

Timeless Hero Murders Wife and Children

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Blurb-ology-Copywriting-Hercules-the-hero-killing-women

Salt of the Earth

Murderous Mothers

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Medeas-narrative-still-lives-Murder-Rape-Why-Myth-Matter
After killing her children, Medea rides away in a golden chariot pulled by monsters

Why Myths Matter

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