Till We Have Faces

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An ancient myth is the love story of Cupid and Psyche is retold in Till We Have Faces, by C.S. Lewis. It is a work of fiction set in ancient Greece. Lewis gives a new point of view to the tale: that of Psyche's sister. The fascinating twist to it, is that Cupid's Palace is invisible to mortal eyes. This changes the motive for Psyche's sister; her betrayal seems unintended and it becomes a study of what the human heart really wanted.