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Some spin off thoughts on The Heroine's Journey and it's myths. FYI I did not use any of this to actually write my book on the subject. The Heroine's Journey…
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Sculpture of the Greek god Ceres isolated on white background. Ceres was a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships. Sculptor S. S. Pimenov. Created in 1822


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Get detailed overviews, in-depth analyses, and little-known trivia with Course Hero infographics on all your favorite books!
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This 'Jane Eyre' infographic from Course Hero is as awesome as it is helpful. Check it out!

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Marie Baron, winner of the MSA and chosen as Most Chivalrous in the Sport Division, Bicolline 2014 (photo by Eric Dube) The Jousting Life:

Women Warriors - Armored Saints

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Glenn Close as Queen Gertrude in Franco Zeffirelli's Hamlet. Omg this costume is a gorgeous representation of 12th century royalty
K'Ehleyr (Suzie Plakson) and Worf (Michael Dorn) in the 1989 episode The Emissary.
The world of Cicatrixtwigs · cinexphile: “Princess of Power” by Andy Barbieri

Women Warriors - Media Representation

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The most famous pioneering women's unit before the First World War, was the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (FANY). The idea of an army officer, Captain E.W. Baker, in 1907, the FANY were originally supposed to act as a mounted link between care on the battlefield and military hospitals.
May French Sheldon (1847–1936) - American publisher, author and explorer. In 1891 she left for Africa, unaccompanied, seeking assistance amongst the African peoples as she explored around Lake Chala. She returned with ethnographic materials, wrote on her experience, and undertook a lecture tour. She received multiple awards for her exhibition at the World's Columbian Exposition. In 1892 she was made a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society among the first 15 women to receive this honour.
Freya Stark--a famous British explorer and travel writer, who wrote more than 2 dozen books on her travels through Arabia, Iran, and Afghanistan. In her lifetime Stark was famous for her experiences in the Middle East, her writing and her cartography. She was one of the first Western women to travel through the Arabian deserts (Hadhramaut), often traveling solo into areas where few Europeans, let alone women, had ever been. As a woman who travels the middle east alone often, I have SO MUCH respe

Women Warriors - Other

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