Jean Shinoda Bolen
She wrote "Goddess in Everywoman."
She is a divine huntress and goddess of the moon.
He loved a mortal heroine but lost to her in a footrace.
Her counterpart in Scandinavian pre-Christian theology is the goddess Freya.
She is a fantastic hunter and a superb runner.
She is a mortal woman who could compete with a goddess at weaving.
He is the subject of strife between two goddesses who both want to keep him and end up being shared by them.
She is a young goddess who was abducted, raped, and kept in the Underworld.
He abducted a goddess and was allowed to keep her for his wife if he agreed to certain conditions.
She is the goddess of strife and discord.
He is the god of intoxication and of celebration, and had a reputation...
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