Describe the central message of “Cupid and Psyche” and how it is conveyed through key details.
Book: Classic Starts: Roman Myths by Diane Namm — “Cupid and Psyche” (close read)
On page 117, Psyche’s sisters tell her that “perhaps one night” her husband will gobble her up. How does this affect what happens next?
Which detail best supports the answer to Part A?
What is the central message of the story? How does the author use key details to convey the central message?
Review all vocabulary from the unit.