Short Story Map for “Orpheus”

Now that you have read “Orpheus Goes to the Underworld” (starting on pg. 40 of your packet), and we have taken notes on the elements of the short story structure, you should be able to map the story.  Complete the short story map distributed in class today, including all of the critical information from the “Orpheus” text in the correct story element boxes.

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