3 edition of Filicide, the mythic reality of childhood found in the catalog.
Filicide, the mythic reality of childhood
|LC Classifications||BF721 .M539 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|ISBN 10||081912267X, 0819122688|
|LC Control Number||80008123|
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The acculturation of children, in Douglas Milburn's startling analysis of the mythic reality of childhod, is the most pervasive and violent of civilized acts.
So limiting to our seemingly infitinite potential is the act of child-rearing that Milburn sees it as a kind of filicide: the psychic murder of children, carried out, tragically, with the Author: Douglas Milburn.
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Mentions of filicide; mention of neglect; mentions of abuse; Summary. Goku is a lonely inpatient ward of a hospital owned by Koumyou. Overtime he becomes friends with Sanzo, Tenpou, Kenren, Koumyou, Hakkai, Gojyo, and others.
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but the horse-form remains as a mythic trace once childhood is departed. A return to the landscape of childhood can be very useful to become aware of the myths we live by. The traumatic experiences of the child shape the adult life and tremendously influences the myths that we live by.
This experience is what D. Stephenson Bond would call a "core experience behind what may come to be the personal myth.". ARGUMENT - Childhood innocence is a myth that takes away children's agency.
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