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Orpheus and Eurydice is a tale from Greek legend. Works making use of this legend include:

  • The Death of Eurydice episode which occurs in Book X of Metamorphoses by Ovid (8 AD)
  • The poem "Orpheus and Eurydice" in "The Consolation of Philosophy" by Boethius (594 AD)
  • Sir Orfeo, anonymous narrative poem (c. late thirteenth century)
  • The Tale of Orpheus and Erudices his Quene, poem by Robert Henryson (c.1470)
  • Sonnets to Orpheus, allusive sonnet sequence by poet Rainer Maria Rilke (1922)
  • The Einstein Intersection a novel by Samuel R. Delany (1967)
  • Gravity's Rainbow, novel by Thomas Pynchon, (1973)
  • The Ground Beneath Her Feet, novel by Salman Rushdie, (1999)
  • "Eurydice" a poem by Carol Anne Duffy in her collection of revisionist poems, The World's Wife. (1999)
  • Veniss Underground, novel by Jeff Vandermeer, (2003)
  • Enchanted Fire a romance novel by Roberta Gellis, (1996)
  • Poetry and Fear a novel by Grace Andreacchi, (2008)
  • "Hymn to Persephone" a poem by Craig Arnold in Made Flesh (2008.)

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