"Classics scholars suggest that Hesiod reversed the meaning of the name of an earth goddess called Pandora (all giving) or Anesidora (one-who-sends-up-gifts). Vase paintings and literary texts give evidence of Pandora as a mother earth figure who was worshipped by some Greeks. The main English commentary on Works and Days states that Hesiod shows no awareness of the mythology of a divine Pandora Anesidora giver of fertility."
Phipps, William E., "Eve and Pandora Contrasted" in Theology Today, v.45, n.1, April 1988, Princeton: Princeton Theological Seminary.
If Hesiod could subvert the text, so can we.