dissabte, 2 d’abril de 2011

Exoriare aliquis nostris ex ossibus ultor

Reading Psychopathology of daily life (Freud) I've found this citation from Dido, queen of Cartago.

It means that one revenger will be born from her bones. Dido, abandoned by Eneas (because Mercury told him that he must depart to Italy) swears revenge for ever. This is the reason for the eternal hate between Roma and Cartago.

Reading about this myth appears a Pigmalion who has no relation with the Pigmalion of Galatea.

About the most known Pigmalion we must remind My Fair Lady (1964) and, why not, Frankenstein from Mary Shelley

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