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Proserpine is a verse drama written for children by the English Romantic writers Mary Shelley and her husband Percy Bysshe Shelley. Mary wrote the blank verse drama and Percy contributed two lyric poems. Composed in 1820 while the Shelleys were living in Italy, it is often considered a partner to the Shelleys’ play Midas. Proserpine was first published in the London periodical The Winter’s Wreath in 1832. Whether the drama was ever intended to be staged is a point of debate among scholars.

Proserpine And Midas

Proserpine And Midas Summary

Act I begins with Ceres leaving her daughter Proserpine in the protection of two nymphs, Ino and Eunoe, warning them not to wander. Proserpine asks Ino to tell her a story, and she recites the tale of Arethusa. After the story, the group gathers flowers. The two nymphs wander off, seeking ever more flowers, and lose sight of Proserpine. When they return, she is gone. They search for her in vain.

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Name Of the Novel: Proserpine And Midas
Author: Mary Shelley
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English
Genre: Science fiction, apocalyptic fiction
Publisher: Henry Colburn
Publication date: 1922
Pages: 99
Book Type: Pdf / ePub

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