Everything you need to understand or teach Till We Have Faces by C. S. Lewis.
Till We Have Faces explores Queen Orual's lifelong battle to reconcile her religious heritage with her Greek tutor's agnosticism, brought into conflict when her beautiful sister, Psyche, believes she has become the sacrificial bride of the Wind-Spirit and loses him, when Orual demands proof. In old age, Orual writes and then appends corrections to her telling of the story, sure some day that wise Greek readers will judge between her and the gods.
Aged Queen Orual writes to eventual Greek readers asking they judge between her and the gods over how she has been mistreated. Orual begins her story the day her mother dies, and a slave shears her plain locks and younger sister, Redival's, golden curls. A Greek slave, the Fox, becomes their tutor while waiting for a half brother, who turns out to be another girl, the supremely beautiful and quick-witted Istra/Psyche.
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