Power Dreamers by Ursule Molinaro
The Jocasta Complex : A Novel

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Ursule Molinaro authored more than a dozen novels, two dozen widely produced one-act plays, three volumes of non-fiction, and over one hundred short stories. Her novels and stories have been published also in England, France, and Japan. She was a self-trained artist (her paintings and collages appear on her McPherson titles), and avid acrosticist. Ursule Molinaro diedin New York City on July 12, 2000.
Published November 1, 1994 by Mcpherson & Co. 277 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Jocasta, who is ``Hera's highpriestess, after all,'' becomes pregnant with Oedipus on a night when ``female power will be at its apex,'' loses her son in a country where ``bribery is booming,'' and lives through the death of her husband, Laius, and subsequent remarriage to her son by deciding to ...

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