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The Self Admirer. Narcissus is said to have two different sets of parents: Cephisus & Liriope /Endymion & Selene. He had no powers. When he died a flower rose up where he died. The flower was later named the Narcissus flower.

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The Self Admirer


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Narcissus is said to have two different sets of parents: Cephisus & Liriope /Endymion & Selene.

He had no powers.

When he died a flower rose up where he died. The flower was later named the Narcissus flower.

It was also said that he had a twin sister who died, and after that he just looked into the water remembering her.


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  • Narcissus in Greek mythology was a beautiful young man who fell in love with his own reflection. He was told that he would live a long life if he never saw his own reflection, but unfortunately he became callous and rejected all those who loved him.

  • He eventually came across his reflection in the lake and became obsessed.

  • As foretold, his beauty would be his downfall.

  • He stared into the pond until he wasted away.

  • The place where he died was the spot that the Narcissus flower was born.


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The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition“Narcissus, in Greek Mythology “Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products N.V.” 2004 January 23, 2009 http://www.questia.com/library/encyclopedia/narcissus-in-greek-mythology.jsp

Morgan Wright "Narcissus" March 3, 1997 January 23, 2009 http://www.pantheon.org/articles/n/narcissus.html

Carlos Parada & Maicar Förlag http://homepage.mac.com/cparada/GML/Narcissus.html“Narcissus” 1997

Mikalson, Jon D. “Narcissus” 2009 January 23, 2009 http://worldbook.com/wb/Article?id=ar381200


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“Tazetta Daffodil Narcissus”Davesgarden.com March 18, 2005 January 23, 2009 http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/67449

“Narcissus” Photobucket.com January 23, 2009 http://media.photobucket.com/image/narcissus/Mercurium/Narcissus.jpg?o=10


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