This chapter explores Jane Harrison's use of the Pandora myth, setting her work in dialogue with Freud's idea of woman as a mystery. It uses this to develop a model of the unconscious.
|Title of host publication
|Classical Myth and Psychoanalysis
|Subtitle of host publication
|Ancient and Modern Stories of the Self
|E. O’Gorman, V. Zajko
|Oxford University Press
|Published - 2013