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Artemis Archetype Arises in Modern Day Films, Books

Sunday, August 24, 2014

The Greek goddess of the hunt and moon and the mortal Atalanta, with their strong wills and self-confidence, have become the archetype for female characters in this century's fiction, says Jean Shinoda Bolen in this excerpt from the book "Artemis."

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