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Cassiopeia

Greek Wife of King Cepheus of Ethiopia; mother of Andromeda and of Atymnius, by Zeus. Cassiopeia boasted that she and her daughter were more beautiful than the sea Nymphs, or Nereids, daughters of the god Poseidon. This aroused the wrath of Poseidon, who sent a monster to punish Ethiopia. An Oracle declared that only the sacrifice of Cassiopeia's daughter, Andromeda, would appease the monster and...


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Erinyes

Greek The three avengers of wrong, generally known by their Roman name, the Furies. They were also called Eumenides (Good-Tempered Ones) by the wise and tactful Greeks, who feared their wrath....


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Ino

Greek Daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia; sister of Agave, Antonoë, and Semele; wife of Athamas. Ino was a moon goddess and a corn goddess. She is important in the legend of Jason and the Argonauts as the second wife of Athamas. Ino hated her stepson Phrixus, the firstborn of Athamas and Nephele. Ino, as a corn goddess, persuaded the women of Boeotia to roast...


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Io

Greek The beautiful daughter of the river god Inachus, and a priestess of Hera. Hera's husband, the great god Zeus, fell in love with Io. To protect Io from the wrath and jealousy of Hera, Zeus changed Io into a pretty white heifer (a young cow). Hera was not deceived. She asked Zeus for the heifer and Zeus was forced to hand over...


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Ladon

Greek The dragon who guarded the garden where the apples of the Hesperides were kept. In this garden, on Mount Atlas, there was a tree that bore golden fruit. The tree was a present from Gaia to Hera on her marriage to Zeus. No mortals knew the whereabouts of this sacred tree. It was the last task of the hero Heracles to find...


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Minos

Greek Son of Zeus and Europa. When Europa arrived in Crete, she married the King Asterion, who adopted her children, including Minos, Rhadamanthus, and Sarpedon. With Pasiphaë, Minos was the father of Androgeus, Ariadne, and Phaedra. Minos succeeded Asterion to the throne of Crete. He became so well known for his wisdom and sense of justice that after his death he was made a judge...


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Nemesis

Greek Goddess of vengeance; personification of the wrath of the gods toward those who had hubris, a Greek word meaning exaggerated pride in one's achievements or good fortune. Nemesis rewarded virtue and punished wickedness. At first, Nemesis was an abstract concept. In later mythology she was personified as a daughter of Nyx (Night) and Erebus (Darkness), a powerful force....


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L'oeuvre de Steinbeck

  ROMANS et NOUVELLES   THE CUP OF GOLD (1929) LA COUPE D’OR (1952) THE PASTURES OF HEAVEN (1932) LES PATURAGES DU CIEL (1948) TO A GOD UNKNOWN (1933) AU DIEU INCONNU (1950) TORTILLA FLAT (1935) TORTILLA FLAT (1944) IN A DUBIOUS BATTLE (1936) EN UN COMBAT DOUTEUX (1940) OF MICE AND MEN (1937) DES SOURIS ET DES HOMMES (1939) THE LONG VALLEY (1938) LA GRANDE VALLÉE (1946) THE GRAPES OF WRATH (1939) LES RAISINS DE...


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Le Moyen-Age et la Renaissance dans l'empire britannique

Pièces de théatres inspirés des cycles bibliques. ( Everyman )Morality play : pièce du 15eme siecle qui fait appel a des personnages allégoriques pour représenter le combat de l'âme en vu d'obtenir le salut éternel. Il s’agit de la lutte entre le bien et le mal. dérivées des mystères médiévaux car elles modifient l'aspect...


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Raisins de la colère, les [John Steinbeck] - Fiche de lecture.

Raisins de la colère, les [John Steinbeck] - Fiche de lecture. 1 PRÉSENTATION Raisins de la colère, les [John Steinbeck], roman de John Steinbeck, publié en 1939 sous le titre The Grapes of Wrath. 2 LA FIN D'UN MONDE Chassés de leurs terres par de puissantes sociétés anonymes, des métayers......


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Ford, John (cinéma) - réalisateur de cinéma.

Ford, John (cinéma) - réalisateur de cinéma. 1 PRÉSENTATION Ford, John (cinéma) (1895-1973), producteur et réalisateur américain. 2 LES ANNÉES DE FORMATION : LA PÉRIODE DU CINÉMA MUET John Ford Par son langage cinématographique poétique inimitable, le réalisateur américain John Ford a su, du muet au technicolor, et avec son acteur fétiche John Wayne, promouvoir le western au rang des genres nobles : la Chevauchée fantastique...


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John Steinbeck (Sprache & Litteratur).

John Steinbeck (Sprache & Litteratur). 1 EINLEITUNG John Steinbeck (1902-1968), amerikanischer Schriftsteller. In seinen Werken beschäftigte er sich mit dem schweren Leben und der sozialen Tragik der kalifornischen Landbevölkerung. Sein sozialkritischer Roman The Grapes of Wrath (1939; Früchte des Zorns) gehört zu den Klassikern der amerikanischen Literatur. Steinbeck wurde am 27. Februar 1902 im kalifornischen Salinas geboren und studierte Meeresbiologie an der Stanford...


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John Ford: Filme.

John Ford: Filme. JAHR ORIGINALTITEL DEUTSCHER TITEL 1924 The Iron Horse Das eiserne Pferd 1926 Three Bad Men Drei Halunken 1934 The Lost Patrol Die verlorene Patrouille 1935 The Informer Der Verräter 1939 Stagecoach Ringo/Höllenfahrt nach Santa Fé 1939 Young Mr. Lincoln Der junge Mr. Lincoln 1939 Drums Along the Mohawk Trommeln am Mohawk 1940 The Grapes of Wrath Früchte des Zorns 1940 The Long Voyage Home Der lange Weg nach Cardiff 1941 How Green Was My Valley Schlagende Wetter/So grün war mein Tal 1945 They Were Expendable Schnellboote vor Bataan 1946 My Darling Clementine Tombstone/Faustrecht der Prärie 1948 Fort...


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Erinyes - Mythology.

Erinyes - Mythology. Greek The three avengers of wrong, generally known by their Roman name, the Furies. They were also called Eumenides (Good-Tempered Ones) by the wise and tactful Greeks, who feared their wrath. ...


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Nemesis Greek Goddess of vengeance; personification of the wrath of the gods toward those who had hubris, a Greek word meaning exaggerated pride in one's achievements or good fortune.

Nemesis Greek Goddess of vengeance; personification of the wrath of the gods toward those who had hubris, a Greek word meaning exaggerated pride in one's achievements or good fortune. Nemesis rewarded virtue and punished wickedness. At first, Nemesis was an abstract concept. In later mythology she was personified as a daughter of Nyx (Night) and Erebus (Darkness), a powerful force. ...


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Ladon Greek The dragon who guarded the garden where the apples of the Hesperides were kept.

Ladon Greek The dragon who guarded the garden where the apples of the Hesperides were kept. In this garden, on Mount Atlas, there was a tree that bore golden fruit. The tree was a present from Gaia to Hera on her marriage to Zeus. No mortals knew the whereabouts of this sacred tree. It was the last task of the hero Heracles to find...


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Io Greek The beautiful daughter of the river god Inachus, and a priestess of Hera.

Io Greek The beautiful daughter of the river god Inachus, and a priestess of Hera. Hera's husband, the great god Zeus, fell in love with Io. To protect Io from the wrath and jealousy of Hera, Zeus changed Io into a pretty white heifer (a young cow). Hera was not deceived. She asked Zeus for the heifer and Zeus was forced to hand over...


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Ino Greek Daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia; sister of Agave, Antonoë, and Semele; wife of Athamas.

Ino Greek Daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia; sister of Agave, Antonoë, and Semele; wife of Athamas. Ino was a moon goddess and a corn goddess. She is important in the legend of Jason and the Argonauts as the second wife of Athamas. Ino hated her stepson Phrixus, the firstborn of Athamas and Nephele. Ino, as a corn goddess, persuaded the women of Boeotia to roast...


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