Goddesses in Everywoman: A New Psychology of Women Character Descriptions

Jean Shinoda-Bolen
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Jean Shinoda Bolen

She wrote "Goddess in Everywoman."

Artemis

She is a divine huntress and goddess of the moon.

Hippomenes

He loved a mortal heroine but lost to her in a footrace.

Aphrodite

Her counterpart in Scandinavian pre-Christian theology is the goddess Freya.

Atalanta

She is a fantastic hunter and a superb runner.

Arachne

She is a mortal woman who could compete with a goddess at weaving.

Adonis

He is the subject of strife between two goddesses who both want to keep him and end up being shared by them.

Persephone

She is a young goddess who was abducted, raped, and kept in the Underworld.

Hades

He abducted a goddess and was allowed to keep her for his wife if he agreed to certain conditions.

Eris

She is the goddess of strife and discord.

Dionysius

He is...

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