Oenone


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Oenone

(ēnō`nē), in Greek mythology, nymph skilled in the art of healing. Paris loved her but later deserted her for Helen. Oenone, in revenge, sent their son, Corythus, to guide the Greeks to Troy. When Paris lay mortally wounded, he asked her to heal him but she refused. After learning of his death, she committed suicide.
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In his dramatic and musical representation of Oenone, Peele apparently responds to a tradition of female lament within boys' company tragedy.
Oenone, heartbroken for all her wrath, in silence throws herself into the flames to burn with him.
Never, never more Shall lone Oenone see the morning mist Sweep thro them; never see them overlaid With narrow moon-lit slips of silver cloud, Between the loud stream and the trembhng stars.
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In the role of Phedre, on the first night in London, Bernhardt gave the impression that she was barely strong enough to play the role and Taylor writes that she sank lifeless into the arms of Oenone at the end of the performance.
Il s'agit du fameux echange entre Phedre et OEnone, dans Phedre : << Hippolyte, grands Dieux
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When Oenone Crossley-Holland joined an all-girls school, aged 26, it was a case of sink or swim.
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Why did Theseus believe Oenone without giving Hippolyte a chance to defend himself?
Cooke was in good company though, finishing just a place behind road race arch-rival Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and in front of Commonwealth Games time trial champion Oenone Wood (Australia).
In Rome she produced monumental sculptures, including figures of Medusa (1854), Oenone (1855), the Palmyran princess Zenobia in chains (1859), and the large, commissioned bronze of the Missourian Thomas Hart Benton that followed a competitive commission and was unveiled in St.