The Lark
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The Lark

Athena in Theory

Fiction

Image by Karolina Grabowska from Pixabay

Eighteen years ago, she had been named after the Greek goddess of wisdom. Her mother Alexa, a linguistics and history professor, thought she was doing her newborn daughter a favor. After all, weren’t names defining in and of themselves? Maybe Athena Scarpelli would go on to do great things that would astound her family.

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The Lark shares fictional short stories and poetry

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Jillian Spiridon

Jillian Spiridon

just another writer with too many cats

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