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Persephone is the queen of the underworld. She was captured by Hades, the god of the underworld. When Persephone's mother Demeter, the goddess of corn, grain, and the harvest, found out about persephone, she made it that the earth was barren. Then Zeus pleaded with Hades to let Persephone go, Hades accepted the request, but because Persephone ate three pomegranate seeds, she has to return to the underworld for three months of the year. Now when ever Persephone is with Hades, the earth will not grow any plants and snow will be on the ground, but when Persephone is with Demeter, the earth will grow again and flourished with vegetation. This is the explanation for the four seasons.

Persephone can be described as warm because she showed kindness toward hades even though he kidnapped her.

Persephone was ignorant to still eat the pomegranate seeds even though she was warned not to.

Persephone is a very charming person. Hades chose to steel her to be the queen because she was very beautiful.

This myth shows that the greek valued loyalty and rules because Demeter, Zeus and Persephone had to stay loyal to the rule that if someone eats anything in the underworld, they are bound there.
Persephone is not the main character of this myth.
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"The Myth of Four Seasons." Youtube, uploaded by Rose Ann, 8 March 2014,

"Greek Mythology: The Story of Persephone." Youtube, uploaded by Cayla Rose, 8 April 2015,

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