The Ground Beneath Her Feet is the first novel in which Rushdie makes such an extensive use of classical mythology: pride of place goes to the story of Orpheus and Eurydice, the myth which represents the relationship between music, love and death.

'Against an amnesiac culture': Greek and Latin Mythology in The Ground Beneath Her Feet

ROSSI LINGUANTI, ELENA
2003-01-01

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The Ground Beneath Her Feet is the first novel in which Rushdie makes such an extensive use of classical mythology: pride of place goes to the story of Orpheus and Eurydice, the myth which represents the relationship between music, love and death.
ROSSI LINGUANTI, Elena
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