Evadne


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Evadne

immolates herself on husband’s funeral pyre. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 100]
See: Suicide
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A delirious Evadne, widow of Capaneus, jumps into the funeral pyre to burn along with her husband.
Expanding and disturbing our critical responses to Evadne, I argue that within her revenge narrative the play's representational strategies trouble any stable monolithic signification of her gendered subjectivity, instead forcing the audience to see Evadne as a complex layering of, and interaction between, different bodies.
In Search of Renewing Foundations" in Anna Grear & Evadne Grant, eds, Thought, Law, Rights and Action in the Age of Environmental Crisis (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2015) 283 at 286.
In 1819, O'Neill appeared in Sheil's Evadne, or the Statue, based loosely on James Shirley's play The Traitor.
Lionel offers just such an observation earlier in the text when Adrian, in self-imposed exile owing both to his manipulative mother and his unrequited love for Evadne, seemingly succumbs to madness.
The uncertainty about Evadne's fate is ultimately resolved, again with the help of Apollo.
Among the cladocera, Evadne spinifera, Evadne tergestina and Penilia avirostris were encountered in spring, summer and autumn, while Pleopis polyphemoides was encountered only in summer.
IN THE AGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS (Anna Grear & Evadne Grant eds.,
relationships form and crumble: Adrian finds unrequited love in Evadne,
Today's picture shows DJ Alan Robson pictured with Dr Evadne Hinge, Derek Hatton and Norman Wisdom but in what year?
Happiness in the Homeland and There we were and here we Go were created by Roger Coward and four other artists - Gavin Brown, Roland Lewis, Evadne Stevens and Frances Viner - who worked together as part of an Artists' Placement Group project in Small Heath.
During the past decades two invasive species, Cercopagis pengoi and Evadne anonyx from the Ponto-Caspian region, have successfully established within the local cladoceran community (Ojaveer and Lumberg, 1995; Pollupuu et al., 2008).