What does it mean to be a heroine in a Greek romantic novel?

An essay examining and comparing the heroines in the following romantic novels: Kallirhoe (or Chaereas and Kallirhoe) by Chariton, The Ephesian Tale by Xenophon, Leukippe and Kleitophon by Achilles Tatius, Daphnis and Chloe by Longus and the Aithiopika by Heliodorus.

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Published: July 26, 2012
Words: 4,480
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781476344447
About Stacey J. Mitchell

I have enjoyed writing for as long as I can remember. I write both fiction and non fiction, although I’ll admit the non fiction comes a lot more easily.

I even enjoyed coursework at school and essays at university – yes, that’s how much I love writing. I have a degree in Egyptology, and I like old things a lot.

Aside from an interest in all periods of history, I like learning Spanish, cooking, being outdoors, strong tea, and red wine. Dislikes include bananas, spiders, and cauliflower.

Connect with me on Twitter (@_staceymitchell) or through my website (http://staceyjmitchell.com)

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