A Yellow Dress at Chilly Brauron: The Taming of Wild Girls
Keywords:paganism, women, feminism, sexuality
AbstractTwo years ago, I set out to write a historical novel about the Eleusinian Mysteries. On the way to Eleusis I turned in the opposite direction, following another ancient pilgrimage, to the marshy shores of Brauron, and the childhood of women, where the story begins.
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