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In addition to being a literal god and goddess in the novel, Eros and Venus archetypally represent romantic attraction and the sex act, respectively.
Firstly for the way in which the archetypally feminine--the natural elements, emotions, flowers, --("automobiles were a dancing blaze," "brutal staring sun," "wilting pedestrians"), seems to be invading the conventionally male, ordered and rational domain of the urban cityscape, claiming it as its own.
1) She has thus been read archetypally, and not unproductively, as an agent of cruel fate or as the man's own lust, greed, and criminal violence displaced and projected upon the aspiring modern woman.
Then would follow a binary logic whereby women's writing is archetypally characterized by its exploratory nature, its subjective and emotional descriptions, its focus on inner states and personal relationships, and so on.
Characters were never shoehorned into tropes, rather, the tropes were played with to show complexity, such as the archetypally butch, stoic, meat-loving Ron, who is also a clandestine jazz musician.
Such worthy sentiments are not typically proffered by most ordinary sportsmen -- particularly not an archetypally aggressive Australian cricketer such as Matthew Hayden.
For example, Bennett elucidates the consistent employment of television camera techniques, such as close-up shots and tight framing, in several archetypally cinematic situations.
Hence, we should suspect Bly's call for a men's movement that would connect men with the "Zeus energy" they have lost, for this "Zeus energy" is an archetypally cloaked call for "male authority that is accepted for the good of the community" (p.
Understood in this way, imitation is a foundation of the civilized world as we know it today; without it, no transmission of tradition would be possible, and the drive for the transmission itself to continuously take place is somehow archetypally (hereditarily/biologically: nature; and intellectually / spiritually: culture) programmed into mankind's essence as "the will to imitate" that has been handed down generation after generation through the very act of imitation, which thus reveals itself to be naturally (through genes) and culturally (through memes) encoded in humanity.
Yet, while they filled archetypally gendered and classed roles in certain respects, the supercouples were united by the needs they mutually fulfilled and by a shared resistance to convention and tradition.
A 14-year-old girl in a Dublin suburb with estranged parents and an archetypally bratty little brother went missing.
Popular culture has it right in both the Terminator and Matrix series of films: the quintessential body and persona of the coming cyborg destruction--cloning its characteristic behavior as rapidly as Agent Smith under a mandate to eliminate the "stench" of the dark-hued flesh of Morpheus in Reloaded or re-materializing its metallic alloy-body as ominously as a second-generation robot after being blown up by "good-guy" protector Schwartzenegger in Judgment Day--is archetypally "white" (and male, we might add, despite the gender switch in Terminator Salvation), a manufactured code of the globalized web of techno-fascist ecology, passing as the corporate wet-dream of a post-apocalyptic dystopia.