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Cornford, all of whom explored the meaning of ritual and myth in early Greek drama. Freud acknowledged his own indebtedness to Frazer in Totem and Taboo (1913); while in his discussion of “Sacriﬁce” in Symbols of Transformation (1912), C. G. ” And we shall have occasion to observe his inﬂuence on important writers of the early twentieth century. The common point to be derived from these various examples is a simple but important one. Basic works by foundational precursors of modernism, while written too early to have made use of Evans’s Cretan discoveries, stress the irrational element in preclassical Greek culture and allude prominently to such mythological ﬁgures as Prometheus, Apollo, Dionysus, Oedipus, Electra, Attis, the Golden Bough, and others, using 40 “Editor’s Foreword,” The New Golden Bough, ed.
54 A few years later Hugo von Hofmannsthal reminded his audience that the “spirit of antiquity” is our very thought, the foundation of the church, 51 Amédée Ozenfant and Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, Après le cubisme (Paris: Altamira, 1999), 75. 52 Gino Severini, Du cubisme au classicisme: Esthétique du compas et du nombre (Paris: Popvolozky, 1921), 121. 53 Silver, Esprit de Corps, 372–77. 54 T. S. Eliot, “Ulysses, Order, and Myth” (1923) ﬁrst appeared in Dial; rpt. in Forms of Modern Fiction, ed.
68–105 (“The Intellectual Inﬂuence of The Golden Bough”). 18 Minos and the Moderns them as vehicles for the exploration of thoroughly modern concerns. ) By extension, it led many thoughtful readers to the realization that the Greek and Roman classics remained vibrantly alive in the twentieth century as a rich source of analogy, allusion, metaphor, and ultimately of inspiration—a realization that was soon and easily enlarged to accommodate the new information pouring in from Crete and the myths associated with Minoan culture.