Hades prides himself on courtesy. Those that know him well, though they are few, admit that the business with Persephone was out of character, and from the moment he brought her across the River Styx he has been trying to make up for his slip. 472 more words
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First published in 2012.
A Writer’s Diary was first published posthumously in 1953 and is one of Persephone’s new reprints for Spring 2012. The book is composed of extracts from Virginia Woolf’s thirty diaries, unpublished at the time of its original publication. 682 more words
Enid Bagnold’s The Squire, first published in 1938, is one of Persephone’s two new additions for Autumn 2013. The novel’s preface has been written by Anne Sebba, and is both informative and well constructed. 580 more words
The Ancient Greek shrine of Demeter and Persephone on Cape Stolets in Bulgaria’s Sozopol is located near the ruins of a Late Antiquity fortress tower, a medieval Christian basilica, and a 19th century windmill, among other things. 2,209 more words