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The Pomegranate Seeds
by Laura Geringer​
Houghton Mifflin, 1995

“…gorgeously illustrated. Gore's illustrations are emotional and luminescent, perfect for the alternately bright and brooding qualities of the tale.”
                      -School Library Journal

“Gore's misty, diaphanous images present the god's own world as one might imagine it in a vision or a dream; they are as seductive as the three succulent seeds with which Persephone, condemned as a consequence of eating them to three months a year in the underworld, seals her fate...”
                            -Publishers Weekly

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