Mythological Lovers Read the story of Cupid and Psyche (p. 92-100)

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Mythological Lovers

Read the story of Cupid and Psyche (p. 92-100).

  1. Compare Psyche and Pandora. Name 3 characteristics that the two have in common:____________________________________



  1. Think about what the myth teaches us about love:

What is necessary for true love?

What does Psyche learn from her lack of trust?
What does her willingness to perform the many tasks set by Venus say about her love for Cupid?

  1. Research one of the following pairs of mythological lovers. Present your findings to the class in a visual form (your pick):

Pyramus and Thisbe Orpheus and Eurydice

Ceyx and Alcyone Pygmalion and Galatea

Baucis and Philemon Endymion and Selene

Daphne and Apollo Alpheus and Arethusa

Hero and Leander Atlanta and Hippomenes

Pomona and Vertumnus Idas and Marpessa

Glaucus and Scylla
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