Daphne Kelsey wilson

Point of view: Third Person- Faye uses words like "her", "herself", and "she".

Tone: fearful and frightened, because she is trying to run away from Apollo and is frightened about getting caught by Apollo

Myth: "Daphne was a Naiad nymph in Greek mythology; naiads were minor goddesses associated with fountains, wells, springs, and other types of freshwater bodies. She was the daughter of Peneus the river god, they think. So the story goes that Apollo got hit by one of Cupids arrows and fell in love with Daphne, she runs away and he chases after her. She then runs to her father and cries to him and so he turns her into a Tree.

Diction: The use of Faye's words are very weird and interesting. She uses words like "dogged"(George 5), "purling"(George 14), and uses phrases like " pale as mist blown from the river's mouth"(George 9) and "barring the choice, alter herself"(George 7).

Allusion: I found the Allusion in these two songs. The first song is Love myself from Hailee Steinfeld, I found the allusion in it because it was about loving yourself and not needing a guy. The second one is I just wanna run from Downtown fiction, I found the allusion in this song because he is trying to run from something.

Site: www.greekmythology.com/Other_Gods/Minor_Gods/Daphne/daphne.html

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Kelsey Wilson
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