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(Greek mythology) daughter of Zeus and Demeter

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She chooses the underworld where she becomes entangled in a torrid relationship with the capricious Persephone.
Persephone, 26, of Battersea, London, says: "I always get the best meat.
Roedd Persephone yn eithriadol o dlws a hi oedd cannwyll llygaid ei mam.
She then tries on the identities of other mythical characters, such as Echo, Eurydice and Persephone, goes to work in Aphrodite's dress shop, and visits her mother Demeter in an idyllic cottage above the sea.
The present article aims to consider some hidden motifs of Demeter and Persephone appearing in Lolita's character and the events or objects around her.
Persephone shows back up drunk--pregnant again but she'll get rid of it.
An analysis of the three central female figures--Demeter, Persephone, and Skiageneia, the daughter of Hades and Persephone--reveals the ways in which Meredith creates a matrilineal legacy overshadowed by an oppressive patriarchal Underworld.
Demeter is goddess of the harvest but she is not so much known for her bounty as for her despair after her daughter, Persephone, is abducted and taken to the underworld.
The altered equilibrium model can be illustrated using the story of Persephone (Bullfinch, 2004), a well-known Greek myth that was used in ancient times to explain the change in the seasons.
Her latest work, Persephone, revisits the Greek myth of death and rebirth.
The Italian beauty - married to actor Vincent Cassel - plays temptress Persephone, a mysterious Greek goddess with unusual powers.
The 21-year-old, widely tipped as champion apprentice material, yesterday admitted he had no memory of being dumped from his mount, Persephone Heights, as the field of 14 began pulling up.
persephone is much greater, including at least 27 localities in both the Jollyville Plateau and the Cedar Park region, which spans parts of Travis and Williamson counties.
The grimy, unframed picture - valued at just pounds 150 in 1946 - is The Fate of Persephone by Liverpool-born Walter Crane, which was last heard of in Germany in 1923.