The Great God Pan

The Great God Pan

Book - 2003
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A retelling of the Greek myths about Pan, both goat and god, whose reed flute frolicking leads him to a meeting with Iphigenia, a human raised as the daughter of King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Wendy Lamb Books, [2003]
Copyright Date: ©2003
ISBN: 9780385901208
0385901208
9780385327770
0385327773
Branch Call Number: JF
Characteristics: 149 pages : genealogical table ; 20 cm

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May 09, 2012

Another breathtaking novel from Napoli using Greek mythology as a base. She tells of Pan's life and powers with sympathy and inteligence, giving him respect he doesn't usually get as a minor demigod. His friendship and feeling for Iphigenia is both beautiful and heartbreaking, as those who know the story of the seige of Troy also know her fate. Absolutely wonderful book, a must-read for anyone, adult or teen.

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