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Spivak remarks that “the descent into hell is a necessary stage not only for the hero but for everyone’s psychological and spiritual development” (1988, 368) and Campbell states that “the really creative acts are represented as those deriving from some sort of dying to the world” (1968, 35). THE HERO’S RETURN The hero cycle motif of the expected return of the hero has most notably entered the realm of written literature in the Arthurian legends, where it is prophesied that the king will once again return to help his people (A580, “Culture hero’s (divinity’s) expected return”).

He was as large as man and wife together. He looked around and saw nothing but his Self. Because he felt no delight, he wished for a second. “He then made his Self to fall in two and thence arose husband and wife” (Watts 1963, 83). In another version of Hindu mythology, Brahma the Creator and Shiva the Destroyer are 3 4 MYTHOLOGICAL MOTIFS “synthesized” in Vishnu the Preserver. But he, too, is of double aspect, male and female (Watts 1963, 88, 101). However, this does not negate other archetypes of deity found in different cultures or myths in which the deity is depicted either as a male, implying fatherhood, masculinity, and aggressiveness, or as a female, implying motherhood, tenderness, and nurturing.

De Rose, attorney-at-law, is a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas. Formerly assistant professor of English at Lamar University, he is the author of Jane Austen and Samuel Johnson and editor of the threevolume Concordance to the Works of Jane Austen. Anne E. Duggan is an assistant professor in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Wayne State University. She has written on early modern French women writers as well as the fairy tale. Her recent publications include “Women and Absolutism in French Opera and Fairy Tale,” French Review (December 2004) as well as a forthcoming book called Salonnières, Furies, and Fairies: The Politics of Gender and Cultural Change in Absolutist France.

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