Clytie


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Clytie

ocean nymph, in love with Apollo, was changed into a heliotrope. [Gk. Myth.: Brewer Dictionary]
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Their names were Isis, Amphitrite, Hebe, Pandora, Psyche, Thetis, Pomona, Daphne, Clytie, Galatea and Arethusa.
(15) who with the lord Apollo and the Rivers have youths in their keeping -- to this charge Zeus appointed them -- Peitho, and Admete, and Ianthe, and Electra, and Doris, and Prymno, and Urania divine in form, Hippo, Clymene, Rhodea, and Callirrhoe, Zeuxo and Clytie, and Idyia, and Pasithoe, Plexaura, and Galaxaura, and lovely Dione, Melobosis and Thoe and handsome Polydora, Cerceis lovely of form, and soft eyed Pluto, Perseis, Ianeira, Acaste, Xanthe, Petraea the fair, Menestho, and Europa, Metis, and Eurynome, and Telesto saffron-clad, Chryseis and Asia and charming Calypso, Eudora, and Tyche, Amphirho, and Ocyrrhoe, and Styx who is the chiefest of them all.
The Babers purchased the property for $580,000 in January 1998 from the Clytie Carolyn Allen Trust.
<br />Directors are Cheryl Borelli, Matt Bown, Betsy Brunsteter, Suzanne Mitchell, Blair Naifeh, David Walters, Ashley Smith, David Battles, Wes Milbourn and Clytie Bunyan.<br />Serving as presidential advisers will be Sam Hammons, Rick Vermillion and Marion Paden.<br />
The analyses of "Clytie" and "Petrified Man" are front and center and advance Miller's thesis admirably.
Yet the chronology makes no mention of the frame narrative, beginning in 1807 with Thomas Sutpen's birth and ending in 1910 with Clytie setting fire to the house on Sutpen's Hundred.
Boddy perceptively connects this passage to the moment in the novel when Rosa herself has physical contact with Sutpen's mixed race daughter, Clytie. Rosa's comment provides the novel's clearest articulation of a similarly between violent and erotic physical contact.
Manifestations ranged from the technophilia of David Lieberman's festival surrounding an inflatable city on the grounds of CalArts (Whiz Bang Quick City, 1971); to the countercultural homesteading of Peter and Clytie Alexander, who raised their House at Tuna Canyon with Carl Day in 1973-74; to Bruce Nauman's vapor-lamp-lit structure Untitled (Equilateral Triangle), 1980, re-created in the Schindler House garden.
More specifically, the novel tracks Judith's social decline through her relationship to her half-sister, Clytie. The illegitimate child of Thomas Sutpen, Clytie occupies a liminal space, living in the house but serving her own father and half-siblings.