The red of Dionysus belongs to women. So dark it is almost black, it calls up old wine, deep wounds, and the marbled walls of the womb itself heavy with twisted veins reaching inevitably toward the heart. At the heart of the Mystery chamber that anchors these pages in Pompeii there is an unabashed love of women . . . Wreathed in red and weighted by soulfulness, she is an image of the Roman Mater Matuta — mother of maturation — assessing the ripeness of a process eloquently described in Linda Fierz's analysis of feminine ritual activity on the walls of a unique Mediterranean Villa” (Nor Hall).
Contents: Preface (Nor Hall) -- Women's Dionysian Initiation: The Villa of Mysteries in Pompeii (Linda Fierz-David) -- Those Women (Nor Hall) -- plates -- publisher's note. Incl. 5 color plates.
Includes Those Women, originally published 1988 by Spring Publications.
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Dreaming in Red is the second edition of Those Women. It includes a new preface describing the spontaneous mid-night acquisition of the original manuscript. An unfortunate problem in the reprinting process left many errors at the end of this new edition. These errors are not in the original Spring edition. ERRATA as follows:
182 4 up: shifting, not shirting
188 2nd p 2nd line: out, not our
189 5 lines down: oft, not off
192 last p 3rd line: full, not full-full
193 1st p last line: of ten, not often
194 4 lines up: not con-tinuous
195 bottom: staff or rod, not staffer
206 2nd p 4 lines up: grief, not griet
208 2 lines up: Jung not Jury!!
210 1st p 5 lines up: dash, not clash
212 4 lines up: no " before off
217 1st line after squiggle: life, not lite
220 end of 1st p: falling, not tailing
221 5 lines down: fact, not tact
223 2 lines up: reading, not reacting
Eleanor L. Hall (b.1947). Hall is a Jungian psychotherapist and widely read author of archetypal studies particularly on gender issues and cultural mythology. Residing in the Twin Cities for thirty-nine years, she has practiced archetypal psychology since 1972 while maintaining a career as a mythopoetic writer, independent lecturer, workshop leader, consultant, and theatre artist. Her work in recent years as a research dramaturg for Archipelago and content developer for new plays evolved out of participation in Pantheatre's Myth & Theatre Festivals. Hall is a volunteer case consultant for the Center for Victims of Torture in Minneapolis, a Pacifica Graduate Institute adjunct faculty and thesis advisor, an advisor for the Ashlar Institute on trauma issues, an advisor for Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, an advisor for Pantheatre, a member of the Walker Arts Center Producers' Council and friend of Rain Taxi Review of books. In 2011 she was a featured guest at These Women!, a conference in Santa Barbara at the Institute for Cultural Change that was named after her book titled Those Women (1988) republished as Dreaming in Red (2005).
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