Psyche & Eros: The Lady and the Monster : a Greek Myth

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Graphic Universe, Jan 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
In ancient Greece, a princess rises to a challenge: Psyche lives in the comfort of her parents' wealthy kingdom. But when her beauty draws the jealous anger of the powerful goddess Aphrodite, Psyche finds herself in great danger. She is taken away to an isolated mountain to marry a monster. Will Psyche find love after all with her mysterious new husband? Or will she fall prey to Aphrodite's revenge?
 

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Contents

A Beautiful Maiden
ii
An Angry Goddess
10
A Sorrowful Wedding
13
A Mysterious Husband
18
A Pair Of Jealous Sisters
23
A Paradise Lost
28
Impossible Tasks
33
Glossary And Pronunciation Guide
46
Further ReadingCreating Psyche Eros
47
IndexAbout The Author And The Artist
48
Back Cover
50
Copyright

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Marie P. Croall lives in Cary, North Carolina. She has written for Marvel, DC Comics, Moonstone Books, Devils Due, and Harris Comics, and has completed a self-published graphic novel and a short film. Marie has spent much of her life reading fables and legends, and enjoys discovering new things about different cultures.

Ron Randall has drawn comics for every major comic publisher in the United States, including Marvel, DC, Image, and Dark Horse. His Myths and Legends work includes Thor & Loki: In the Land of Giants and Amaterasu: Return of the Sun . He has also worked on super hero comics such as Justice League and Spiderman; science fiction titles such as Star Wars and Star Trek; fantasy adventure titles such as DragonLance and Warlord; suspense and horror titles including SwampThing, Predator, and Venom; and his own creation, Trekker. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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