By George Devereux
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I l. 199 f. ) and Penelope's brief erotic dream (Hom. Od. ) arc totally believable. Penelope's medium-length dream about eagles and geese (Hom. Od. 509-581 ) is even analysable as a dream ( nl). The " aJlegorization" of the initial pre-conscious fantasy may perhaps have been further facilitated by the male poet's need to invent an elaborate dream for a woman, by the Greek's wish to invent a suita bly " Persian" dream for Atossa, by that of the Marathon fighter to idealize his foe Dareios and by that of the Salamis and Plataia warrior to represent with compassion X erxes, the vanquished sacker of ills city.
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Dreams in Greek tragedy: an ethno-psycho-analytical study by George Devereux