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The Real Women of Greek Myths: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
In this beautifully detailed jigsaw puzzle, rediscover the lives and stories of the women of Greek myth, from Medusa and Medea to Helen, Euridice, Aphrodite, Phaedra, Artemis, and others. These classic figures, mortals and goddesses alike, are portrayed with expanded facts and interpretations by author, broadcaster, and classicist Natalie Haynes. As you build the puzzle, look for Pandora and her jar, Medusa with snakes for hair? MENTION MORE DETAILS.
Illustrated by Natalie Haynes. Natalie Haynes is a writer, broadcaster and classicist. She was once a stand-up comic, but retired when she realized she preferred tragedy to comedy. She has published three novels, The Amber Fury (The Furies in the US) in 2014, The Children of Jocasta (2017) and the New York Times bestseller, A Thousand Ships (2019), which was shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2020. She has also published two non-fiction books, The Ancient Guide to Modern Life (2010) and Pandora's Jar (2020). Ms. Haynes has a radio series, Natalie Haynes Stands Up for the Classics, which is available on BBC Sounds and Audible.
INFO? A large fold-out poster of the artwork accompanies the jigsaw and also includes
Poster? INCLUDES A POSTER of cover image? Do these have accompanying booklets? Can’t tell from copy) and includes an original essay from the author, expanding on the stories, relationships and context surrounding these infamous women. (is the essay on the poster or in an accompanying booklet?)
The puzzle is packaged in a beautifully designed box perfect for gifting and sturdy enough for long term storage.
The completed puzzle measures 19” x 27.” Ages 10 and up.Product SKU: