Pandora's Box

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This is for English 8A Greek Mythology!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Pandora's Box By: Louis Untermeyer Presented by Kristen Mestre and Rachel Alston
  • This isn't enough punishment for Prometheus
  • I have an idea!
  • But what shall we do?
  • The gods making Pandora...
  • I will give her grace
  • I will make her a woman
  • I will make her beautiful
  • I will make her wise
  • I will give her love
  • Giving the dowry to Epimetheus...
  • It's a gift from the gods!
  • My dowry is in the box. Please accept this gift from me.
  • Should I accept this?
  • In ancient times, Prometheus stole fire from the gods. Because of this, Zeus decided to punish him but he thought that it wasn't enough punishment. So he and the other gods decided to give his brother a "special" present that would change the world forever.
  • The evil spirits escape the box!
  • The gods decided to make Pandora and a gift for Prometheus's brother Epimetheus. Each of the gods gave her a gift. Hephaestus gave her beauty, Aphrodite gave her love, Athene made her wise, Hera said she would give her the gift to be a real woman, and Zeus gave her grace.
  • Hope is released from the box...
  • I'm sure it will.
  • Do you think it will last?
  • After the gods made Pandora they gave her a box filled with many different things. They gave this box to Pandora, to give to Epimetheus. When Zeus went to Epimetheus to give Pandora to him, he was a bit skeptical. For he had been warned by others not to accept gifts from the gods. After a while, he said yes because of Pandora's beauty and innocence.
  • Here's what we thought!
  • When Epimentheus accepted Pandora, he told her not to open the box for he still didn't trust the gods. Now Pandora had never opened the box and was very curious of what was inside. So one day she opened the box and hate, war, evil, sadness, hurt and much more came out.
  • OH NO!
  • Epimentheus heard Pandora's screams and ran to her. He saw Pandora was weeping and saw the opened box. He said that he wasn't mad at hear and all of a sudden the box moved. "Let us open it." Epimentheus said. When they opened it again, they saw hope. "Do you think it will last?" asked Epimentheus. "I'm sure it will." said Pandora. And with that said, hope flew out in the world.
  • Rachel thought that the story was a good classic about how all the misfortune in the world had happened. The story teaches us that no matter what happens we should have hope. Kristen thought that it was a nice story about how to never give up no matter how hard things seem.
  • Here's what we thought!
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