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Perseus and Medusa by Manvita
Updated: 11/12/2019
Perseus and Medusa by Manvita
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Storyboard Text

  • My dear, sweet Denae. What I am going to say to you shatters my heart into millions of pieces. I must lock you up so that you cannot have a child. I hate every bit of this action but I must do it for my own safety. I have been told that your son will be the cause of my death.
  • Oh, father please don't do this. I promise my son would never do such a thing!
  • There, there my child. It will be ok.
  • Poor Denae. I miss the sparkle in your eyes that used to light up my heart.
  • How could father do this to me? I have not seen sunlight for days and I am wishing tirelessly to be free once again.
  • Dear Denae, I can no longer bear seeing you suffer. The pain in your eyes makes my heart shatter.I shall free you if you agree to marry me.
  • I would be honoured!
  • Along, long time ago there was a king who lived with his daughter Denae in the kingdom of Argous. one day, he was told that his grandson would be the cause of his death. Therefore, he told his daughter that he must lock her up.
  • She was left all alone except her maid. Zeus watched her from above and was determined to free her.
  • Zeus arrived at the dungen and requested Denae to marry him and he would set her free. eventually, they married and had a son named Perseus.
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