In Sarah Ruhl's lyrical representation of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, Eurydice dies and descends to the underworld shortly after marrying her beloved Orpheus. In the underworld, she is reunited with her cherished father. While deciding whether she should be her husband's wife in the world above or her father's daughter in the underworld, Eurydice learns how to be herself.
"Eurydice" by Edwin Honig, Not a Contemporary Rendition of "Orpheus and Eurydice" Featured In Edith Hamilton's Mythology.
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