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That something wild,27 illicit, even subversive (from the blue man's point of view at least) signifies the very essence of redness. Lancelot and Guenevere's adulterous passion brings down Camelot and the ideals (perhaps too yellow) of the Round Table. They thus join the ranks of Dido and Aeneas and Antony and Cleopatra as emblems of both the folly and the grandeur of the red. The Romantic era picked up the threads of Arthurian red and wove them into a broader, darker tapestry, in which the feminine was once more adored, idolized.

Winkler, Froma I. , Before Sexuality: The Construction of Erotic Experience in the Ancient Greek World, pp. 181-182. 11 Camille Paglia, Sexual Personae, p. 133. 12 Green men are not often accused of effeminacy except when they are extreme examples of the Flower Boy type. 13The Aeneid, p. 282. Page 17 themselves anything but effete or red. Aeneas as son of the love goddess, Venus, must work very hard throughout The Aeneid to shake off the curse of his red heritage. Early on in his voyage, when his fleet is blown by stormy winds onto the coast of Libya, he is tempted to stay and dally with the beautiful Carthaginian queen, Dido.

158. " she said, softly, looking up into his eyes. 33 Red-feminine undoes blue-masculine and then, sensing a rival to her power in the red-masculine, reveals her true baseness and sets about destroying blue's regard for him. This ends in a duel in which Strathmore kills Erroll only to discover too late that they have been set up. Strathmore forsakes Lady Marion, vowing revenge. Eventually he finds a way to bring her down (it turns out she isn't really married to the Marquis Vavasour and Vaux, which makes her a social fraud).

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