Orpheus and Eurydice have one of the most adaptable narratives in Western Civilization. With themes of love and loss, death and rebirth, faithfulness and betrayal, it remains a Greek myth best open to interpretations and retellings in relation to modern thought. This anthology collects authors who take key elements of the mythic tale and apply them to new stories in range of genres.
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