Where Three Roads Meet: The Myth Of Oedipus
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Where Three Roads Meet: The Myth Of Oedipus

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At the end of his life, an old man waits in his office for a stranger to arrive.Over the next few weeks, Teiresias will visit again, making his way across Hampstead Heath to relate the story of his life. As these two men sit together in front of a roaring fire, a remarkable tale unfolds.The story of Oedipus is probably the most influential of all the Greek myths, having furnished Freud's theory of psychoanalysis.Salley Vickers, a former psychoanalyst, says, 'It is an utterly contemporary drama about the ways we blind ourselves to reality and the price we pay for knowledge.'show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 131 x 198 x 17mm | 214g
  • Text Publishing Co
  • The Text Publishing Company
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • 1921351098
  • 9781921351099

About Salley Vickers

Salley Vickers is the author of the word-of-mouth bestseller Miss Garnet's Angel and seven other bestselling novels, including Mr Golightly's Holiday, The Other Side of You and her latest acclaimed novel, The Cleaner of Chartres. Her first collections of short stories, Aphrodite's Hat, attracted wide praise and she now returns with a second collection, The Boy Who Could See Death. Salley Vickers is a former university teacher of literature and psychoanalyst and now writes and lectures full-time. She lives in London and Oxford.show more

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