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Greek Mythology Storyboard
Updated: 9/29/2020
Greek Mythology Storyboard
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Storyboard Text

  • I'm too good for all of them.
  • Narcissus
  • He won't even look at me!
  • Echo
  • WHO, ZEUS?
  • Hera
  • How will I speak to Narcissus?
  • “You will always have the last word,” Hera said, “but no power to speak first.”
  • “Come!”
  • “I will die before I give you power over me.”
  • "Come!"
  • The beautiful Narcissus ignored all women, even the fairest of the Nymphs, Echo. Hera was trying to discover which of the Nymphs, Zeus had fallen for.
  • She hid her blushes and her shame in a lonely cave.
  • This can't get any worse.
  • Hera decided to turn against Echo and blame her. She condemned Echo to never use her tongue again except to repeat what was said to her.
  • “May he who loves not others love himself.”
  • This should be good.
  • Narcissus called for his companions and Echo thought this would be her chance to have him fall in love with her but he rejected her.
  • “Farewell—farewell,”
  • Only death can set me free.”
  • Echo went to a cave and hid from everyone else. She stayed there for so long that the only thing left to her was her voice.
  • A girl wounded by Narcissus prayed a prayer as shown above. Nemesis, the great goddess, decided she would handle it.
  • Nemesis
  • Narcissus decided that the only way he could be free and reach that loveliness was by dying. Echo gave her last goodbye to Narcissus.
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