By Geisel, Theodor Seuss; Geisel, Theodor Seuss; Minear, Richard H.; Hitler, Adolf; Seuss, ; Spiegelman, Art
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311) Brownmiller goes on to say about this image, “[It] struck me as peculiar and dangerous even as I conjured it up, and I soon rooted it out of my fantasy life” (311). Such rootings are complicated endeavors, though, and I mean no disrespect to Brownmiller when I suggest that the little girl who fantasized confusedly about rape may have a causal relationship with the woman who spent four years of research and four hundred pages of prose anatomizing the ways in which rape has been used to systematically oppress and terrorize women.
This retelling, thanks in large part to Peter’s art, is pervaded by a feeling of overripe wrongness. In the first panel, Persephone is shown kneeling amid expressively undulating, mostly red-tipped flowers. She clutches a bouquet in her left arm as her right hand reaches out in a claw to pick a demurely nodding yellow bud. She has not seen Pluto yet, but his shadow lies across her; the darkness turns her red skirt to a dark, bloody crimson. Off to the side, Persephone’s three companions flee, shouting to her to escape.
Joining the sisterhood, though, does not mean leading it. Marston, The Pink Bondage Goo of Feminism 41 Murchison, and Peter take some care to indicate that, contra Freud, Steve’s castration is not more important than father-daughter rape. Rather, the castration is understandable and articulable only through the history and experience of violence against women. If child rape (of boys as well as of girls) is to be taken seriously, then the experience of girls must be taken seriously. If girls are not allowed to speak, then boys who have experiences statistically and culturally linked to girls will not be allowed to speak either.