The White Goddess – Robert Graves

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A Historical Grammar of Poetic Myth

On this Women’s Day, a nod to Robert Graves, a poet who dove into the deep pool of folklore and myth, teasing out the time-worn relationships between men and women. Based on Frazer’s ‘The Golden Bough’, Graves points out that ‘while kings may come and go, the queen or goddess endured’.

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One Response to The White Goddess – Robert Graves

  1. Geo Sans says:

    a great quote
    for reflection …

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