“Like Greek heroes, heroes of modern tragedies live according to the will of their prophetparents, whose prohibitions limit their options and whose curses lead them to a tragic possibility of selfdestruction, which often times bears that horrible and unrepairable stamp of Cain.” This is what Leposava Kron wrote in the book “Cain’s Sin: Psychological Typology […]

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