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Jack murders Lulu and Geschwitz; the latter dies declaring eternal love for Lulu. The play has attracted a wide range of interpretations, from those who see it as misogynist to those who claim Wedekind as a harbinger of women's liberation.
Each man in her life, secure in the patriarchal society to which she is a potential affront, finds in her what he wants to see; her own needs, meanwhile, remain obscured.
And each man "lets her down because he is flawed by a blind disregard for her true self, an indifference that stems from that blend of self-centredness and self-interest which Wedekind … saw as typically male".
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Casebook: Jack the Ripper Blood! It tells the story of Lulu , an amoral woman who disregards bourgeois values; her amorality and her insistence on sexual freedom are dangerous to all who come in contact with her.
She becomes a prostitute and is eventually murdered by Jack the Ripper in London. Wedekind makes a compelling statement about the power and primitiveness of human nature and the shallowness and ineffectuality of the rules that are intended to control this nature.
In German film director G. Pandora's Box Article Additional Info. Home Literature Plays. Hesiod's interpretation of Pandora's story went on to influence both Jewish and Christian theology and so perpetuated her bad reputation into the Renaissance.
Later poets, dramatists, painters and sculptors made her their subject and over the course of five centuries contributed new insights into her motives and significance.
Hesiod , both in his Theogony briefly, without naming Pandora outright, line and in Works and Days , gives the earliest version of the Pandora story.
The Pandora myth first appeared in lines — of Hesiod's poem in epic meter , the Theogony c. After humans received the stolen gift of fire from Prometheus , an angry Zeus decides to give humanity a punishing gift to compensate for the boon they had been given.
He commands Hephaestus to mold from earth the first woman, a "beautiful evil" whose descendants would torment the human race.
After Hephaestus does so, Athena dresses her in a silvery gown, an embroidered veil, garlands and an ornate crown of silver. This woman goes unnamed in the Theogony , but is presumably Pandora, whose myth Hesiod revisited in Works and Days.
When she first appears before gods and mortals, "wonder seized them" as they looked upon her. But she was "sheer guile, not to be withstood by men.
For from her is the race of women and female kind: of her is the deadly race and tribe of women who live amongst mortal men to their great trouble, no helpmeets in hateful poverty, but only in wealth.
Hesiod goes on to lament that men who try to avoid the evil of women by avoiding marriage will fare no better —7 :. Hesiod concedes that occasionally a man finds a good wife, but still "evil contends with good.
The more famous version of the Pandora myth comes from another of Hesiod's poems, Works and Days. In this version of the myth lines 60— ,  Hesiod expands upon her origin, and moreover widens the scope of the misery she inflicts on humanity.
Finally, Hermes gives this woman a name: "Pandora [i. In this retelling of her story, Pandora's deceitful feminine nature becomes the least of humanity's worries.
For she brings with her a jar which, due to textual corruption in the sixteenth century, came to be called a box    containing "countless plagues" Prometheus had fearing further reprisals warned his brother Epimetheus not to accept any gifts from Zeus.
But Epimetheus did not listen; he accepted Pandora, who promptly scattered the contents of her jar.
As a result, Hesiod tells us, the earth and sea are "full of evils" One item, however, did not escape the jar 96—9 :.
Only Hope remained there in an unbreakable home within under the rim of the great jar, and did not fly out at the door; for ere that, the lid of the jar stopped her, by the will of Aegis-holding Zeus who gathers the clouds.
Hesiod does not say why hope elpis remained in the jar. Hesiod also outlines how the end of man's Golden Age an all-male society of immortals who were reverent to the gods, worked hard, and ate from abundant groves of fruit was brought on by Prometheus.
When he stole Fire from Mt. Olympus and gave it to mortal man, Zeus punished the technologically advanced society by creating a woman. Thus, Pandora was created and given the jar mistranslated as 'box' which releases all evils upon man.
Archaic and Classic Greek literature seem to make little further mention of Pandora, but mythographers later filled in minor details or added postscripts to Hesiod's account.
For example, the Bibliotheca and Hyginus each make explicit what might be latent in the Hesiodic text: Epimetheus married Pandora. They each add that the couple had a daughter, Pyrrha , who married Deucalion and survived the deluge with him.
However, the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women , fragment 5 , had made a "Pandora" one of the daughters of Deucalion, and the mother of Graecus by Zeus.
In the 15th-century AD an attempt was made to conjoin pagan and scriptural narrative by the monk Annio da Viterbo , who claimed to have found an account by the ancient Chaldean historian Berossus in which "Pandora" was named as a daughter-in-law of Noah in the alternative Flood narrative.
The mistranslation of pithos , a large storage jar, as "box"  is usually attributed to the sixteenth century humanist Erasmus of Rotterdam when he translated Hesiod's tale of Pandora into Latin.
Hesiod's pithos refers to a large storage jar, often half-buried in the ground, used for wine, oil or grain. Pierce decided to continue as The Pandoras and recruit three new members.
Gomez joined Conway and Kelly to form an alternative Pandoras to the band Pierce was assembling. Dee Da" gossip column. They went on to enjoy modest success with the release of the Hot Generation single on Bomp!
Records in late —the first of the two "Pandoras" bands to release a record. The Pierce-led band toured the east coast with the Fuzztones to promote the single.
This ended the controversy and the Pierce-led Pandoras prevailed. The Kelly-led band's EP, to be titled Psycho Circus , was never released, and a band name never settled upon.
Patchouli quit The Pandoras in the spring of , citing the band's change in direction away from garage music. Answering an ad in The Recycler newspaper, Gayle Morency joined The Pandoras and played bass for two shows before retiring from music to raise a family.
Morency was replaced by bassist Kim Shattuck in July The Pandoras were signed to Rhino Records and began recording the basic tracks for the Stop Pretending album during the winter of with producer Bill Inglot, who had produced earlier Pandoras and Action Now releases.
In , Stop Pretending was released. The Pandoras was labeled "one of the bands that matter" by the LA Weekly.
The band continued to play live and record new songs for their major label debut and were a top live club draw outside of Los Angeles, touring with Nina Hagen , and performing on bills with such acts as Iggy Pop , The Fuzztones , The Beat Farmers , Johnny Thunders , and The Cramps.
The band made numerous attempts to record the album, to be titled Come Inside. During this period, Blankfeld was forced from the band due to disagreements about band management, and was replaced with Kelly Dillard.
Blankfeld went on to play bass with former Enigma recording artists Wednesday Week , before forming the Billboard-charting all-female band The Rebel Pebbles.
Dillard was in The Pandoras for only two months, and during that time did photoshoots intended for the cover of Come Inside and recorded "Run Down Love Battery" for the album.
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