The Minotaur within: Fire, the Labyrinth, and Strategies of Containment in Aeneid 5 and 6

@article{Miller1995TheMW,
  title={The Minotaur within: Fire, the Labyrinth, and Strategies of Containment in Aeneid 5 and 6},
  author={P. A. Miller},
  journal={Classical Philology},
  year={1995},
  volume={90},
  pages={225 - 240}
}
  • P. A. Miller
  • Published 1995
  • Art
  • Classical Philology
  • G EORGE LAKOFF in a recent book on cognitive linguistics records that in the traditional dialect of one of the major aboriginal languages of Australia, all nouns are divided into four categories, which must be preceded by one of four identifying particles. The second category, as it happens, consists primarily of women, fire, and dangerous things, which in turn provides the title for Lakoff 's book.' While only the most intoxicated diffusionist fantasy would claim any sort of genealogical… CONTINUE READING
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