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Echo and Narcissus

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Jessica Lynne Bautista

on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of Echo and Narcissus

Echo and Narcissus Five main characters: -Zeus
-Nemesis - Zeus a disloyal husband
- he went down to earth
- he flirted with some nymphs
- he told Echo to cover for him
- Hera followed him - Hera was jealous
- she was distracted by Echo
- realized what Echo was doing ORAL LESSON What goes around comes back around. Don't do something you know is wrong. Works cited - Echo was cursed by Hera
- can only repeat words of others
- Echo saw Narcissus wandering through the forest - Narcissus was a handsome man
- Echo fell in love with Narcissus
- he rejected Echo and other women
- Nemesis was aware of his actions - Nemesis is a goddess (means righteous justice)
- she was upset with Narcissus and cursed him
- Narcissus fell in love with his own reflection - Narcissus realized his wrong actions
- reflection haunted him but could not resist
- he died in that same spot
- Echo witnessed everything - Echo was sad and hid in caves
- she died but voice remains
... - nymphs buried Narcissus' body
- flower named after him Character in our World today - Echo: voices with closed walls (caves) - Narcissus: narcissus flower the word "narcissistic" Page on Website:
"Know thy self." echo.me.uk., n.d. Web. 04 Feb. 2013 n.p. Book:
Osborne, Mary Pope. New York: Scholastic Inc., 1989. Print.
Vinge, Joan D. New York: Random House Inc., 1999. Print. Favorite Greek Myths. The Random House of Greek Myths. Pictures:
( Echo and Narcissus picture)
http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Dark_Cave (Cave background) consequences come to those who think they're better than others it can cause more harm to yourself than others http://www.missouriplants.com/Whitealt/Narcissus_poeticus_flower.jpg
(Narcissus flower) By: Anna, Amanda and Jackie
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