En Frankenstein o el moderno Prometeo, Mary W. Cazo gallinas, los hombres me cazan. Todas las gallinas se parecen y todos los hombres se parecen. Me aburro, pues, un poco. Los otros pasos me hacen esconder bajo la tierra. Yo no como pan.
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Shelves: read-anthropology-history-pol-econ , reviews-culture I read this book in the late 80s with the ambition of getting through all four volumes of mythologiques. However, I did learn a lot about ethnographic paradigmatic structuralism from this book.
The book starts out making an analogy between music and myth. A piece of music is only music when it has one or more motifs which repeat and vary in structured ways. So avant-garde atonal serial music is not music. Myth works exactly the same way; recurring motifs hold a story I read this book in the late 80s with the ambition of getting through all four volumes of mythologiques. Myth works exactly the same way; recurring motifs hold a story together. The notes of a song played on an instrument do not have meaning the same way that spoken words strung together in a sentence have meaning.
But these instrumental or mythic performances do have meanings and comprise ideas. However, there is much to dislike about this book. I feel I did not learn much about Native South Americans. Also, L-S ignores obvious psychoanalytical or ideological interpretations of mythic symbolism. They just are not what he is after. And the endless barrage of myths and their mutations, flayed out in purely structural terms, can be overwhelming not to mention tedious and boring at times.
But I am glad I had the discipline to read it. Ciente desse aspecto, L.
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