History Literature / TheGreatGodPan

3rd Sep '17 4:17:16 AM ChemicalJuvenile
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In [[Helen's Story]] by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In [[Helen's Story]] Helen'sStory by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.
3rd Sep '17 12:07:14 AM ChemicalJuvenile
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In ''Helen's Story'' by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In ''Helen's Story'' [[Helen's Story]] by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.
3rd Sep '17 12:05:46 AM ChemicalJuvenile
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* Adaptational Heroism: In ''Helen's Story'' by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.

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* Adaptational Heroism: AdaptationalHeroism: In ''Helen's Story'' by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.
3rd Sep '17 12:05:28 AM ChemicalJuvenile
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* AdaptationHeroism: In [[Helen's Story]] by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.

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* AdaptationHeroism: Adaptational Heroism: In [[Helen's Story]] ''Helen's Story'' by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.
3rd Sep '17 12:04:37 AM ChemicalJuvenile
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* AdaptationHeroism: In [[Helen's Story]] by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Helen Vaughan is the anti-heroine protagonist of her respective story.
28th Aug '17 10:17:32 PM Theriocephalus
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->''"Great God, what simpletons! Show them Arthur Machen's Great God Pan and they'll think it a common Dunwich scandal!"''

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->''"Great God, what simpletons! Show them Arthur Machen's Great ''Great God Pan Pan'' and they'll think it a common Dunwich scandal!"''
26th Aug '17 3:47:43 PM luciagarcia8818
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* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu: More like "Were you just raped by Cthulhu" and "Did you just romance [[Literature/TheDunwichHorror Wilbur Whateley]]."

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* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu: More like "Were you just raped by Cthulhu" and "Did you just romance [[Literature/TheDunwichHorror Wilbur Whateley]]."Whateley]]?"
6th Jul '17 7:23:34 AM xcountryguy
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-->"Yes, I married, Villiers. I met a girl, a girl of the most wonderful and most strange beauty, at the house of some people whom I knew. . . My friends had come to know her at Florence; she told them she was an orphan, the child of an English father and an Italian mother, and she charmed them as she charmed me. The first time I saw her was at an evening party. I was standing by the door talking to a friend, when suddenly above the hum and babble of conversation I heard a voice which seemed to thrill to my heart. She was singing an Italian song. I was introduced to her that evening, and in three months I married Helen. Villiers, that woman, if I can call her woman, corrupted my soul."

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-->"Yes, I married, Villiers. I met a girl, a girl of the most wonderful and most strange beauty, at the house of some people whom I knew. . .knew... My friends had come to know her at Florence; she told them she was an orphan, the child of an English father and an Italian mother, and she charmed them as she charmed me. The first time I saw her was at an evening party. I was standing by the door talking to a friend, when suddenly above the hum and babble of conversation I heard a voice which seemed to thrill to my heart. She was singing an Italian song. I was introduced to her that evening, and in three months I married Helen. Villiers, that woman, if I can call her woman, corrupted my soul."



* HalfHumanHybrid: [[spoiler: Implied to be less of a hybrid and more an avatar.]]

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* HalfHumanHybrid: [[spoiler: Implied [[spoiler:Implied to be less of a hybrid and more an avatar.]]



* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler: [[TheBible Mary had a child with a divine entity]]]].

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* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler: [[TheBible [[spoiler:[[TheBible Mary had a child with a divine entity]]]].



* SemiDivine: [[spoiler: Helen is the child of a god and a female human, which make her a monstrous and twisted version of demigod]].

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* SemiDivine: [[spoiler: Helen [[spoiler:Helen is the child of a god and a female human, which make her a monstrous and twisted version of demigod]].



-->"We know what happened to those who chanced to meet the Great God Pan, and those who are wise know that all symbols are symbols of something, not of nothing. It was, indeed, an exquisite symbol beneath which men long ago veiled their knowledge of the most awful, most secret forces which lie at the heart of all things; forces before which the souls of men must wither and die and blacken, as their bodies blacken under the electric current. Such forces cannot be named, cannot be spoken, cannot be imagined except under a veil and a symbol, a symbol to the most of us appearing a quaint, poetic fancy, to some a foolish tale. [[spoiler: But you and I, at all events, have known something of the terror that may dwell in the secret place of life, manifested under human flesh; that which is without form taking to itself a form]]."

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-->"We know what happened to those who chanced to meet the Great God Pan, and those who are wise know that all symbols are symbols of something, not of nothing. It was, indeed, an exquisite symbol beneath which men long ago veiled their knowledge of the most awful, most secret forces which lie at the heart of all things; forces before which the souls of men must wither and die and blacken, as their bodies blacken under the electric current. Such forces cannot be named, cannot be spoken, cannot be imagined except under a veil and a symbol, a symbol to the most of us appearing a quaint, poetic fancy, to some a foolish tale. [[spoiler: But [[spoiler:But you and I, at all events, have known something of the terror that may dwell in the secret place of life, manifested under human flesh; that which is without form taking to itself a form]]."
29th Apr '17 1:40:38 AM Gaggedhotboy2002
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* Semi-Divine: [[spoiler: Helen is the child of a god and a female human, which make her a monstrous and twisted version of demigod]].

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* Semi-Divine: SemiDivine: [[spoiler: Helen is the child of a god and a female human, which make her a monstrous and twisted version of demigod]].demigod]].
* ShoutOut: Helen Vaughan is likely a ShoutOut to Helen of Troy, an outstandingly beautiful and charming daughter of Zeus and Leda.
27th Apr '17 7:08:26 AM Gaggedhotboy2002
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*Semi-Divine: [[spoiler: Helen is the child of a god and a female human, which make her a monstrous and twisted version of demigod]].
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