And it was Persephone whom he asked leave to pick up on the way, saying that she was his sister--Persephone, tall and slender and pale, returning with the Spring to her mother's cottage, and still shading her eyes from the unaccustomed light.
Phaethon, who for some time had been endeavouring to kiss Persephone, had just succeeded.
discovered by Matthiae at Moscow, describes the seizure of Persephone
by Hades, the grief of Demeter, her stay at Eleusis, and her vengeance on gods and men by causing famine.
For in the ninth year Persephone
sends the souls of those from whom she has received the penalty of ancient crime back again from beneath into the light of the sun above, and these are they who become noble kings and mighty men and great in wisdom and are called saintly heroes in after ages.
To him even after death did Persephone
grant mind,] that he alone should be wise; but the other souls are flitting shades.
Claire Foy, right, the star of BBC One's Little Dorrit, plays Lady Persephone
, the beautiful, younger sister of Lady Agnes who refuses to adhere to the rules of 165 Eaton Place.
They look at nature in Francis Bacon's Novum Organum (1620), gendering the jellyfish, an ecocritical reading of William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying, Louise Gluck's 21st-century Persephone
the Wanderer, the multiple genders of Orlando and nature in Virgina Woolf's Orlando, the politics of ambivalence in Annie Proulx' Brokeback Mountain, and other topics.
Everything was wrong Alcestis notes of the underworld the improper questions and missed cues the way Hades bent his head to Persephone
Dove's reinvention of Persephone
gives her agency, autonomy, and the ability to express sexual desire, which Walters sees as a reflection of the feminist movement's ideals (170).
He turns his nose up at common dog food, so owner Persephone
Walter-Clark buys him finest fillet steak.
Featuring sweeping and beautiful color illustrations, Persephone
is a picutrebook retelling of the classic myth of Persephone
, daughter of the harvest goddess Demeter.
in America, won the 2008 Crab Orchard Open Poetry