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Thigpen had Chris Sizemore sign over her lifetime story rights to him and his colleague, Dr. Hervey Cleckley: This was all the money she received for the best-selling book The Three Faces of Eve, written by Drs.

Thigpen and Cleckley.

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The control, exploitation and abuse of Chris Sizemore by the author of her biography lasted from the early 's into the 's and ended only with Dr. Thigpen's death. The Rape of Eve is based on extensive background research and documents gathered by Dr. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Rape of Eve , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Dec 19, Bri Fidelity rated it did not like it Shelves: Anyone who knows me knows that I like my mental health memoirs - the old pre- Sybil cases of multiple personality especially. And it's certainly no secret that Chris Costner Sizemore's case is one of my all-time favourite case histories twenty- eight status updates for I'm Eve? But the major problem with Chris Costner Sizemore - and it has, to my profound irritation, never been more obvious - is that she's a revisionist.

Each of the six! The nervous, religious and dutiful 'Eve White', trapped in an awful marriage, finds herself abruptly turning into the confident, amoral and charming 'Eve Black' - something that, it turns out, has been happening all her life.

In the course of a hypnosis-heavy psychiatric treatment, a 'doctor's pet' third personality - 'Jane', later Jane Lancaster - emerges: After a therapeutic 'Eureka! Jane, her young daughter and her new husband go off into the sunset together.

There is a lucrative film starring Joanne Woodward. A final 'fourth face' - the 'Evelyn Lancaster' who writes the memoir - emerges to save the body and take over. Evelyn is apparently fine now: A lengthy magazine article published by 'Life' in to promote Evelyn's new book offers a substantially different account even to this: A final therapy session with her old doctors - apparently on the subject of her mysterious first marriage - removes Jane for good.

After three gruesome non-sexual traumas at age 2, Chris begins to dissociate into different personalities. For a little while, she is still herself - as evidenced by multiple textual notes in her 'present-day' voice, in which she describes her baffled young self as 'I', not 'her' or 'she' - alternating with a wicked disobedient personality and a calm indifferent personality.

Somewhere between the ages of six and ten - the memoir strongly implies the latter - her original self disappears, and Chris begins living her life in multiples of three alter egos at a time - good, bad and apathetic - with a gradual turnover as they 'die' and are replaced. Eve White, Eve Black and Jane Lancaster are the latest in a long line that continues long after Chris's therapy and well into the s.

All of them have some knowledge of Chris's life before their appearance except Jane who never had the lifetime's worth of memories the previous accounts assert, and who was only absent a few weeks after her suicide attempt , and most of their arrivals and departures as characters are linked with deaths elsewhere in the family.

The 'real' Chris Costner Sizemore finally emerges in therapy after the last of her final trio of alters disappears, having spent 'forty years in fantasy'.

Sizemore claims that a lot of incidents in the previous accounts of her life are sheer fabrication on the part of her controlling doctors - to whom she signed over the rights to her own life story during therapy, very much to her own financial detriment. Thigpen, particularly, comes across as a Nasty Piece of Work.

The roster of alter personalities changes inexplicably. The disturbing abreactions that in her previous memoir are described as happening shortly before her recovery - to a different personality, in other words - are moved to shortly afterward, and the series of flashbacks described as a 'week of hell' in I'm Eve is now expanded to six weeks.

Sizemore now traces the submergence of her original personality to the age of two, not ten. She describes a day or two spent lurking in the back of the mind of her last alter 'the Retrace Lady', shortly before her reawakening - something she entirely fails to mention in I'm Eve and which is contradicted by a tantalising note elsewhere in the text that states that, for a brief while during her recovery, Sizemore actually believed that she was still 'the Retrace Lady'.

And now we have 's The Rape of Eve.

Co-written with the loathsome Colin Ross - who makes Thigpen and Cleckley look like positive saints , and who is never ever getting any of my money if I can possibly help it - this final account features, among other things, Sizemore's assertions that Dr. Thigpen regularly sexually assaulted her during their sessions together. Google Books offers me this charming little snippet: The shock of the news has made me sad. I am sad at the mention of his death. He was so much a part of my life for the past forty-eight years.

Somehow, I don't know what I will do without him being there. He was always there, always in my head, and just a telephone call away. Am I relieved, or am I frightened? The emotions tumble through my mind. Suddenly, I begin to shake and my heart races.

I hear his voice - that very familiar voice. You must not write about them or tell anyone. You will cause hurt to my family, and to yours if you do! And, you know you don't want to hurt anyone. Remember, you must never tell anyone about our secrets! I look around to see where the voice is coming from.

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Beads of sweat cover my forehead, my hands are damp, and my breath is short. Is Thigpen controlling me from the grave? I have been worried what additional triggers he may have planted within my subconscious. I have constantly asked my associates if this is possible - now it seems to be here.

Why is he calling out to me now? In my conscious mind I know he is dead. He can no longer hurt me. He can no longer control me. He can no longer do No, I promised I won't tell anyone about that. After this period Adam b.

According to another interpretation, the ser- and Eve reconciled and bore Seth BerR 23 : 4.

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BerR 14 : 6; QohR 3 : According the fruit of the trees, and the luminaries cf. Thus, the sin had both tempted to bury Sarah in the cave of Machpelah, individual and cosmic consequences. Adam accepted the 11 : 2; 12 : 6. Also, with the sin of Adam and Eve promise and let Sarah be buried with him, but he the animals lost the ability to speak Josephus, Ant. The sin subjected all of humanity to death part of the garden from which Adam and Eve were BerR 17 : 8; 19 : 5; BemR 10 : 2; Zohar a , the sin expelled Zohar 1 : 7a, 10b, 47b etc.

ShemR 7 : 4; creating, in a sense, the Angel of Death cf. ShemR BemR 13 : 2. The Zohar adds to the earlier lists of 30 : 3 and life outside of paradise BerR 21 : 3; 87 : 5; the consequences of the sin of Adam and Eve the QohR 8 : 2; BemR 13 : 3; 23 : Yet, this life was not loss of the book of supernal wisdom Zohar 1 : 37b.

While, just as in the tal- a state, but as an error, a transgression of the com- mudic lore, Abel was the son of Adam, according mandments. Each human is born with the natural to the Zohar Cain was the product of the impure ability to choose good or evil. Already PRE did not con- of their story has always been the fall of humanity sider Cain the son of Adam, but the son of the angel from the perfection of Paradise into the state of sin.

Lilith fled after God they have become worthless. Yet, if the biblical grounds of this doctrine While in early traditions the sin of Adam and are so foundational, what are we to make of the Eve and the subsequent sins of humankind account fact that the Old Testament makes not a single allu- for the dysfunction of the world, for later specula- sion to the story?

Jesus in the Gospels is equally tions in Lurianic Judaism, the sin of Adam and Eve silent on the matter. Whence the doctrine of origi- is not the ultimate origin of the fallen state of crea- nal sin?

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The answer to this conundrum resides with tion. The protoplasts lived in a fallen world, the the Apostle Paul. He wrote that it was through the product of an imperfect process of creation, a pro- action of Adam that sin has entered the world Rom cess of divine contraction and fragmentation.

The 5 : 12 and spread to all humanity, and it is through world is, through its very creation, in exile and dis- Christ that this condemnation can be rectified. In this world sin is, in a sense, unavoidable The fact that this idea is a relative late-comer Magid: 18—19, 34— The human person created has led scholars to ask whether it is proper to speak in the image of God has the ability to repair the of the fall as a biblical idea.

Would it not be better fractured world through the performance of com- to say it is an idiosyncrasy of Paul? If we restrict mandments ibid. Not all of these But this is not the only way to come at the prob- souls sinned with Adam; while some fell with Adam, others separated from the protoplast and as- lem. Rabbinic Judaism locates its own doc- historical in most forms of modern Judaism. Al- trine of a founding sin in the story of the Golden though modern Judaism is still very much in- Calf.

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For almost as soon as Israel heard the com- formed by ancient and medieval traditions, the mand not to make a graven image, she went to story of Adam and Eve, in its biblical and post-bib- work assembling that idol.

The costs of that sin lical forms, resonates rather as a story of choice be- were quite high. God threatened to destroy the en- tween good and evil, of failure, exile, and repara- tire nation before Moses was able to provide some tion, a paradigm both to humanity as a whole and good arguments against this proposal Exod 32 : 7— to Israel in particular. Ginzberg, tinued to echo through the subsequent centuries. The Legends of the Jews, 7 vols. Philadelphia, Pa. Kwam et al. The reason why he Walk in the Garden eds.

Sawyer; London did not appeal to it is that he wanted to make the — The sinfulness of Israel was well docu- id. Bunta great responsibility to make a case for that. Christianity was every bit as dire. The Irishman reads the narrative as a and evil though not all sources are agreed on this.

Anderson, The Genesis than the eschatological status of humanity and the of Perfection Louisville, Ky. Barth, world when all things have been restored to their Christ and Adam New York ; trans. Kaminsky; Atlanta, Ga. Gary A. Louth ed. Historical Developments McEvoy eds. Robbins ed. Islam kind of story is it? Some interpreters eat of a forbidden tree, and in the consequences of adhered closely to one view or the other, but many their action.

The Qur! Basil of Caesarea, in his The details of the temptation of Adam and Eve Homiliae in Hexaemeron although these do not reach are different in the Qur!

Gregory of Nyssa, who completed his S 2 : 35; 7 : Satan aspects of the creation and fall story De hom. God meanwhile high- Eve in a highly allegorical way in his early com- lights the virtues of living in the Garden and warns mentaries on Genesis, his lengthy De Genesi ad lit- Adam and Eve that Satan is their enemy S 20 : — teram ca.

As he summarized in the Civ. Satan tory confirmed by its circumstantial narrative of swears that he is their sincere advisor S 7 : His facts. God Aquinas. The longest and both from that tree? Another account says that Adam from the tree only after Eve makes him drunk. In a taries lay the blame for the sin on Eve. Satan tempted fatana the parents by Satan or that Adam forgot. More challenging for of the children of Adam and brought them out of exegetes was the verb!

Adam and Eve express their need for divine for- Among many other areas of discussion and giveness and mercy S 7 : The conse- and turns toward him S 2 : Hayes et al. Eisenberg [G. In response, God gives Leiden 22— The most extensive nexus is that thing. De- Gen 2 : Vernacular versions novelise the story. Adam and Eve, who employ Noema as a seamstress. Nevertheless the 17th century saw Adam and In an Armenian version the grass withers as the Eve resume their importance as interest grew in the protoplasts leave Paradise.

The L. Notable here is of God, God was shaped in the form of a human.

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Adam was born outside Eden but Eve within it, a Genesis B is awash with extrabiblical material, in- plank in proto-feminism. The translat- Adam and Eve, beginning with their medieval- ors of the King James Bible rejected allegorism in style wedding, conducted by the Figura God , re- Gen 2 : 8, locating Paradise in a historical time and minding us of their centrality in European think- place.

However, allegorical readings remained ing about marriage. The plays follow rabbinic tradition ming-up of the accumulated reception-history of in having the devil disguise himself as the serpent the story of Adam and Eve and a work of intense for the Temptation.

In the York and Chester plays literary originality. Whilst emphatically clearing he actually changes into the snake-costume on God of the blame for either the fall of Satan or that stage. This is the pathos at the heart of Paradise ceived. Here he is motivated partly by gluttony but Lost, which, written in the age when autobiography also by his love for Eve, a motivation developed fur- and biography were nascent forms, is also about ther by Milton.

Although made the bogey of misog- devil in the form of an angel of light. In the Coven- yny by Virginia Woolf, Paradise Lost has been read try play and a 15th-century play from Bologna, the more amenably by recent feminist critics, who have devil flatters Eve like a character in romance litera- discovered a poem in which Eve is more attuned to ture.

Blake inverted the Fall story, treating it as taught homecoming through intellectual and the outworking of the self-contradictions of a deity moral effort. At a more popular level, Lon- trated , now the first half of Telling Tales don had 13 pubs named Adam and Eve in a survey Graves, Collected Poems London Thomas, Collected Poems London Almond, Adam and Eve in Seventeenth- death-defying love of the first couple, embodied in Century Literature Cambridge Davies, Dylan London Hotten, English Inn Signs lofty cathedral sculptures.

London P Luttikhuizen ed. Marx, Shakespeare and play with the theme. Visual Arts thuselah has Adam and Eve and the Serpent 1. The exam- immortality.

The published posthumously, In scenes of The Expulsion from Paradise, and and Eve. Adam and Eve, the poet remarking Adam was depicted clothed in tattered attire, hold- I know the legend ing a spade or rake as he attended to his labors. Eve Of Adam and Eve is never for a second was portrayed fully clothed, holding an instrument Silent in my service used to spin wool. Their youth and nudity were Over the dead infants visually replaced by the repercussions of the first Over the one sin.

Child who was priest and servants. The attributes or Collected Poems: The nudity of Adam Laboring, Eve Breastfeeding. Occasionally the figures and Eve operated as a symbol of baptism in the appear in The Bemoaning of the Death of Abel Lucas visual art of the early church. Representations of van Leyden, The images of Adam and Eve the couple appeared at the 3rd century baptistery follow the Genesis narrative; however the two fig- of Dura-Europos.

The tree in the Garden of Eden ures do appear in non-scriptural accounts as in the was commonly used as a physical barrier separating Anastasis of Christ, a prevalent image in the East. The serpent was depicted either 4. Frequent Iconographic Motifs in the Visual entwined around the tree or at the feet of the cou- Arts. The forbidden commonly recreated. The appearance and motifs of fruit of the tree, another symbol of their tempta- Adam and Eve altered slightly throughout history, tion and transgression, was usually portrayed held as the images revealed the special interest the story by Eve.

The serpent either appeared as a typical of Adam and Eve held for a particular era. In the Creation of Adam and Eve, the repre- sentation of the divine in the figure of God or Jesus was included. God was depicted re- moving a rib from the side of a slumbering Adam to be used to shape the first woman. God was in- cluded in representations of the Presentation of Eve, understood as a symbol of the institution of marriage. The worn and tattered clothes of Adam and Eve in depictions of their Expulsion from Paradise were a symbol of their fallen condition.

The inclusion of Christ at the creation event and in other scenes involving Adam and Eve reflected the Fig. CE vine Logos, pre-existent to creation. The visual art revealed an interest in depicting Christ as an archi- a. Late Antiquity. In the early Christian era, images tect of creation, thus visually stressing the suprem- of Adam and Eve, naked, separated by the tree in acy of Christ.Hegel explains that if this moment does not occur, the two consciousnesses may become mesmerized by the mirror-like other and attempt to assert their will by entering into a struggle for pre-eminence.

Adam was born outside Eden but Eve within it, a Genesis B is awash with extrabiblical material, in- plank in proto-feminism. What a wonderful change of circumstances for us humans!! Lorraine rated it really liked it Mar 17, We burnt the scrub, tore down the trees and dumped rubbish, pollutants and cement over what was left of nature, and we murdered animals who, in their innocence, condemned us.

Their youth and nudity were Over the dead infants visually replaced by the repercussions of the first Over the one sin. The extent to Like many myths about primal humans, this one which these writings are influenced by the L. Whence the doctrine of origi- is not the ultimate origin of the fallen state of crea- nal sin?

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