Rusałka- Demony i potwory z wierzeń słowiańskich II - Joe Monster

Rusałka- Demony i potwory z wierzeń słowiańskich II - Joe Monster

Poland-based illustrator Kamil Jadczak has created a fantastical depiction of ‘Rusalka‘, a demonic water spirit in Slavic mythology who lure...

Poland-based illustrator Kamil Jadczak has created a fantastical depiction of ‘Rusalka‘, a demonic water spirit in Slavic mythology who lure...

Hiding. Kriegerinnen. Warrior. Mehr zu meinen Amazonen / More about my amazons: www.larasfedern.wordpress.com

Hiding. Kriegerinnen. Warrior. Mehr zu meinen Amazonen / More about my amazons: www.larasfedern.wordpress.com

You cannot endure to be alone with yourself and do not love yourself enough; now you want to mislead your neighbor into love and gild yourself with his mistake. …Your bad love of yourself makes solitude a prison to you.  Nietzsche

You cannot endure to be alone with yourself and do not love yourself enough; now you want to mislead your neighbor into love and gild yourself with his mistake. …Your bad love of yourself makes solitude a prison to you. Nietzsche

Gender structured, too, the early modern understanding of the distinction between Hamlet's madness and Ophelia's: melancholy was understood as a male disease of the intellect, while Ophelia would have been understood as suffering from erotomania, a malady conceived in biological and emotional terms-

Gender structured, too, the early modern understanding of the distinction between Hamlet's madness and Ophelia's: melancholy was understood as a male disease of the intellect, while Ophelia would have been understood as suffering from erotomania, a malady conceived in biological and emotional terms-

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