Why Writers Can Keep Adapting And Readapting Greek Myths, Generation After Generation


Charlotte Higgins: “Greek myths don’t exist in canonical forms: they are to be retold in the moment, and exist only as contaminated, and endlessly recontaminated, versions of themselves. That makes it a realm, I think, of creative invitation rather than of austere exactitude.” – Literary Hub


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