Pandora BY: Kylee Miller

Myth- Pandora was given a box from the gods, full of bad spirits, diseases and hardship. Pandora's curiosity took control and she opened the box, letting out everything out.

The god zeus set pandora up.HE wanted to teach people about temptation and disobeying gods. He knew pandora was perfect for the job. She's not malicious, just curious.


Poetry Analysis- This Poem is asking if pandora opened the box given to her by the gods. looking further into the poem, line two is talking about the bad and everything else in the box being let out. Since gods are suppsoe to be perfect role models, line three asks why Pandora would be "half divine". Repetition of line one and seven can be seen as important. Those lines are asking, "what about the end, pandora." Line eight talks about all the bad and ill things let into the world. last line tallks about hope still wondering around. Hope is "alive or dead."

One allusion to pandora's myth is this movie, "lara Croft:Tomb Raider". This movie shows a young beautiful female spy. She's on a mission to the get the worlds "all-Powerful" weapon.

Pandora the music app can be considered allusion-2. The name Pandora means ‘all gifted’ in Greek. When Pandora was being created, she received many gifts from the gods, including the gift of music, from Apollo.

She was also very curious. "Unlike those gods of old, however, we celebrate that virtue and have made it our mission to reward the musically curious among us with a never-ending experience of music discovery", said (

Pandora's myth is considered one of the most descriptive myths of human behavior in Greek mythology. Anicnet Greeks used this myth to teach not only to instruct themselves about the weakness of humans, but also to explain several misfortunes of the world.

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