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Says Prince Korasoff to Julien Sorel, the protagonist, with respect to his beloved girl: She looks at herself instead of looking at you, and so doesn't know you. During the two or three little outbursts of passion she has allowed herself in your favor, she has, by a great effort of imagination, seen in you the hero of her dreams, and not yourself as you really are.
PagePenguin Edition, trans. Paulo Coelho 's The Alchemist also starts with a story about Narcissus, found we are told by the alchemist in a book brought by someone in the caravan.
The alchemist's and Coelho's source was very probably Hesketh Pearson 's The Life of Oscar Wilde in which this story is recorded Penguin edition, p. Author and poet Rainer Maria Rilke visits the character and symbolism of Narcissus in several of his poems.
Seamus Heaney references Narcissus in his poem "Personal Helicon"  from his first collection "Death of a Naturalist": Throughout the novel, she allows the arrogant, pompous pressures of high-class society to overrule the unconditional love that she should have for her brother.
Hermann Hesse 's character "Narcissus" in " Narcissus and Goldmund " shares several of mythical Narcissus' traits, although his narcissism is based on his intellect rather than his physical beauty.
At the end of the poem stands a jonquil, a variety of daffodil, Narcissus Jonquilla, which like Narcissus looks sadly down into the water. Herman Melville references the myth of Narcissus in his novel Moby-Dickin which Ishmael explains the myth as "the key to it all," referring to the greater theme of finding the essence of Truth through the physical world.
On Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen 's A Fada Oriana, the eponymous protagonist is punished with mortality for abandoning her duties in order to stare at herself in the surface of a river.
An incident involving the ship, and the difficult decisions made by the crew, explore themes involving self-interest vs.
Narcisse Valentin Narcisse is introduced as a condescending intellectual. Scottish-Canadian animator Norman McLaren finished his career with a short film named Narcissusre-telling the Greek legend through ballet. Narcissus appears in the Disney adaptation of Hercules.
In the film, he is portrayed as an Olympian god with purple skin. In the film Bab'Azizdirected by Nacer Khemira Narcissus like character was portrayed by an ancient prince who sat by a pond for days after days and looked at the reflection of his own soul.
He was referred to as 'The prince who contemplated his soul'. Pink Narcissus is an artistic film by James Bidgood about the fantasies of a hustler. In the film Seeing Heaven, Narcissus is depicted in a painting - the character of the film also replicates the myth of Narcissus gazing at his own reflection.
The film delves deeply into the main character Paul and the theme is loosely based on the myth of Narcissus, as all who look at Paul are transfixed by his beauty - just as all those who gazed upon Narcissus were transifixed with his beauty.
The Neon Demona psychological horror film by Nicolas Winding Refnis loosely based on the story of Narcissus.
Progressive metal band Threshold referenced the myth with an minute epic titled "Narcissus", the closing track on their album Hypothetical. Greek metal band Septic Flesh recorded a song about Narcissus called "Narcissus" on their album Communion.
The cerebral rock band "Glass Wave" retells the Narcissus story from the perspective of the nymph Echo in their song "Echo," from their self-titled album "Glass Wave" The Canadian band Hedley has written a song about Narcissus called " Narcissist ".
InSwedish electronic artist pacific! This work comprised one movement of the larger Janus Cycle, for mixed instrumentation. She composed Narcissus for flute and digital delay. Tear ", featuring V Kim Taehyung with references to the myth in both lyrics and visual aspects of the video.
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In Greek mythology, Narcissus (/ n ɑːr ˈ s ɪ s ə s /; Greek: Νάρκισσος, Nárkissos) was a hunter from Thespiae in Boeotia who was known for his beauty. According to Tzetzes, he was a Laconian hunter who loved everything beautiful.
Narcissus was proud, in that he disdained those who loved him, causing some to commit suicide to prove their unrelenting devotion to his striking beauty. End of life care for the human being is generally prescribed for people with illnesses such as cancer. Interestingly, technology has changed the way that Americans handle death (Meyers, Golden & Peterson, ).
Life is a long road on a short journey. ~James Lendall Basford (–), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, Human life is the source of deep suffering and gorgeous hope. ~Henry James Slack (–), The Ministry of the Beautiful, "Conversation I: The Cavern," [a little altered —tεᖇᖇ¡·g] Numerous metaphors have been used to describe life.
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