Women in Greek Myth: A Portrayal of Heroine and Villainess (Mythology Collection)
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Greek mythology is evidently one of the most intriguing and powerful sagas that forged the canon of Western literature. However, there is more to these grand narratives than just embellished folktales.
Contrary to popular belief, women of Ancient Greece were more than just objects of desire. In fact, they possessed intricate personalities and championed many talents and abilities that enriched most of these stories.
Women in Greek Myth: A Portrayal of Heroine and Villainess presents marvelous chronicles of strong, brave, and intelligent goddesses, mortals, and divine beings! Witness the rise, triumphs, burdens, and falls of these legendary characters through carefully crafted retellings of:
Gaia—the first mother—and the birth of the universe
the Nine Muses and their gifts
Circe’s wrathful pursuits
Helen of Troy and her crimes of passion
Medea—the woman of many faces
the adventures of Atalanta
the independence and strength of the Amazonian warriors
And so much more!
Enjoy a bonus chapter on the impact of these female depictions in today’s society. Plus, read about modern adaptations of these timeless tales!
So, what truly makes a woman?
The best way to find out is to start at the very beginning…
ASIN : B0BLYQYL1W
Language : English
File size : 684 KB
Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Not Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
Print length : 121 pages