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Ovid’s myth according to the Freudian definition

"Narcissus and Echo, metamorphosed into voices"

Tiresias, a soothsayer who became very popular in Aonia, made a prediction about Narcissus, born of the nymph Liriopé and Cephise, which for a long time remained mysterious:


Le mythe d’Ovide à la définition freudienne

«Narcisse et Écho, métamorphosée en voix»

Tirésias, devin devenu très prisé en Aonie, fit à propos de Narcisse, né de la nymphe Liriopé et du Céphise, une prédiction restée longtemps mystérieuse: ...





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