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Emily Gomez April 07, 2016 Female Divine Demeter and Persephone The myth starts out talking about Demeter and her daughter and the first paragraph makes you think the story will be a happy story and describes Demeter and Persephone beautifully. It starts off with great smells, and flowers, and meadows. To realize that beautiful Persephone was taken away and it doesn’t have a good ending. Hades was an evil god who got what he wanted because he felt the right to just go and take away Demeters daughter, which was his brother daughter, like nothing and he must have been a very powerful if no one knew that he took her. I think one of the small reasons for this myth was to explain seasons because Demeter became so sadden and heartbroken that her daughter was taken away that she made the nice weather stop and it become winter where nothing grew. For example,” Bitter pain seized her heart, and she rent the covering upon her
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