Persephone in Greek mythology
|Statue of Persephone|
The myth of the abductionThe natural theory of vegetation and agricultural cycle. Firstly seen in antiquity by the S
The anthropological dimension of myth. It focuses mainly on the human dimensions of myth: marriage and death-that is dominant in the myth-Traumatic separation of the mother from her young daughter, sadness and anger and ultimately reconciliation. There is also a view that says Hades should be considered "effete, sexually weak, while Persephone represents the erotic adventures of a teen"