Proserpina

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goddess of the underworld

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Jan Clausen is the author of the memoir Apples and Oranges (1999), the novels Sinking, Stealing (1985) and The Prosperine Papers (1989), and many volumes of poetry.
for Prosperine (1727), a scene from the Nile complete with Egyptian
Clausen is also the author of eight previous books that may be familiar to lesbian readers, including The Prosperine Papers.
Jean-Baptiste Lully: Operas: Alceste (tragedie, 1674); Atys (tragedie, 1689 - first performed 1676); Isis (tragedie, 1719 - first performed 1677); Prosperine (tragedie, 1680); Persee (tragedie, 1682); Phaeton (tragedie, 1683); Amadis (tragedie, 1684); Roland (tragedie, 1685); Armide (tragedie, 1686); Acis et Galatee (pastorale heroique, 1686).
Jan Clausen's most recent publications am The Prosperine Papers, a novel (Crossing Press), and Books & Life, an essay collection (Ohio State University).