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  1. When A Dolphin Loves A Boy: Some Greco-Roman and Native American Love Stories.Craig A. Williams - 2013 - Classical Antiquity 32 (1):200-242.
    This article catalogues and interprets an underexplored body of Greek and Roman narratives of animals who fall in love with humans. These narratives, unlike myths and fables, purport to tell of events which occur in the real world of their day; they are stories of desire, but not of copulation; and their configurations of desire are characteristically Greco-Roman. With their anthropocentric and hierarchically configured models of desire, and their emphasis on the impossibility of fulfillment, these narratives illustrate some lasting Western (...)
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