Perseus Essay | Looks Can Kill: Perseus' Quest for Medusa's Head

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Looks Can Kill: Perseus' Quest for Medusa's Head

Summary: Perseverance is one of the most well exemplified ideas in the story of Perseus. Throughout the story, Perseus is bent on retrieving the head of Medusa and bringing it back to the king and to have his revenge for persecuting his mother, Danae.
The story of Perseus is one of the most well known myths of all time. It is a story of fear, passion, and more importantly a journey. King Acrisius set Danae and her son adrift on the sea because of a prophecy that Perseus would kill him. The two were taken in by Polydectes, the king of Seriphus who later conceived a passion for Danae. Knowing he could not have her until Perseus was out of the picture he sent Perseus on a quest and this is the beginning of the legend. Through Perseus' physical journey, the ideas of perseverance, fate, and physical events are well executed

Perseverance is one of the most well exemplified ideas in the story of Perseus. Throughout the story, Perseus is bent on retrieving the head of Medusa and bringing it back to the king and to...

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