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A new take on the Iliad written by a high school classics teacher how could I not ead this The Song of Achilles etells the story of Greece s greatest hero from the point of view of his best friend Patroclus The big twist Madeline Miller casts the story as a omance between Achilles and Patroclus While staying true to Greek legends and the works of Homer Miller creatively and convincingly fills in the blanks giving Patroclus a back story that makes perfect sense and tracing the friendship and eventual Great Guerrilla Warriors romance between the two young men in a way that casts a new light on the human side of the Trojan WarI okay oKAY i get the hype He was a marvel shaft after shaft flying from him spears that he wrenched easily from broken bodies on the ground to toss at new targets Again and again I saw his wrist twist exposing its pale underside those flute like bones thrusting elegantly forward My spear sagged forgotten to the ground as I watched I could not even see the ugliness of the deaths any the brains the shattered bones that later I would wash from my skin and hair All I saw was his beauty his singing limbs the uick flickering of his feet Madeline Miller Madeline Miller did what the movie producers of the film Troy 2004 were too cowardly to do she stayed true to the homosexuality of Homer s Iliadather than writing a censored version of the story which stank of homophobia Achilles and Patroclus were passionately in love which A Mind That Found Itself: An Autobiography resulted in theirespective destructions They were not cousins or man at arms but soul mates The watering down of this in the film Troy was an insult to the LGBT community Nothing Nothing less The attraction between these two men wasn t something that was Piedritas Bajo La Almohada rushed and suandered It was built up ever so slowly and delivered elouently The two were friends from boyhood and Patroclus was enamoured by Achilles after just one glance He didn t want to be parted from him The two grew up together they fought together they learnt together and they developed together They became inseparable andeliant on each other Their sexual elationship just matured as they did it it was the most natural thing in the world Like all elationships there were issues The two weren t without their differences They clashed and uarrelled but only because they truly cared for each other Patroclus wanted to end the war and Achilles didn t think the fight was worthy of his name he wanted a bigger war to fight in So Patroclus in his most bravest and stupid move goes against his lover s wish and tries to end the war with a stroke of his sword But he is no Achilles he is not a god of war He was out of his depth outmatched and doomed It could only end in tragedy Achilles Laments the Death of Patroclus 1767 I ve not included a spoiler warning because everybody knows the story of Homer s Iliad Well at least I hope they do Following the traditional narrative arc Achilles goes on a mad ampage to avenge the death of his beloved In the process he simultaneously destroys and immortalises himself He got what he wanted but not in the way he wanted it I love the way the author wrote this I could eally feel the desperate Bibi Blocksberg - Bibi total verknallt rage of an Achilles who had lost the only thing that mattered to him in the world I m so glad the author didn t deviate from the suggestions of homosexuality that were present in Homer s writing This would have failed dramatically had she done so There would have been no power and again like the film Troy it would have been abysmal Theomance plot in here is one of the truest and believable I ve Goin' To The Zoo/Vamos Al Zoologico read to date it was strong andeal However this is not to downplay the other aspects of the story It is driven by omance but it is not defined by it There is also a story of growth and the story of warrior who is out to prove his strength and honour in a world driven by war He just happens to like guys A strong four stars ps I ve purposely avoided images of the movie Troy in this eview Anybody who has seen it and Selbstbewußt auftreten read this bookeally shouldn t be putting the two side by side at least not if they want to make their eview fair One is an insult to the story the other a novelisation of a timeless classicYou can connect with me on social media via My Linktree we were like gods at the dawning of the world and our joy was #So Bright We Could # bright we could nothing else but the other i must be a masochist because i can think of no other eason to endure the emotional and stunning pain of this story for a third time but here i am crying for my sweet sweet patroclus the best of men the best of the myrmidons 3its been nearly 12 hours since i finished this and i still am at a loss for words at the beauty of this book i dont think i have ever A History of Early Modern Southeast Asia, 1400-1830 read anything as gorgeous as this and nothing i write will even come close to describing its loveliness truly a touching masterpiece and i will forever be singing its praises until the end of my days every star to give patroclus his own constellation Achilles Who was he if not miraculous andadiant Who *WAS HE IF NOT DESTINED FOR FAME READING THIS *he if not destined for fame Reading this like Ferdinand, der Mann mit dem freundlichen Herzen reading Romeo and Juliet We all know the story We all know the outcome We all know that our desperate prayers for someone anyone to step in and save these characters from themselves will fall on deaf ears Gods What a bloody trainwreck Even though I knew how it was going to end I was not prepared for how much I caredThis is the story of the fall of Troy Orather a part of it More specifically this is the tale of Achilles and Patroclus Of their undying love for each other Of the lives they sacrifice on the altar of that love Of desperate men and petty gods Of a proud greedy people engaged in a prolonged bloody war So often in historical fiction from this time period I see the sharp edges of the Ancient Greek and Roman cultures smoothed away I see slaves treated well and women given a voice I m happy to say there was none of that bullshittery here Miller paints the pages of this book in blood and suffering It is awash with pain and brutality As it should be Because historical accuracy But it means that this book is not for everyone There is a lot of sexism misogyny violence bloodshed and Alcora - O Acordo Secreto do Colonialismo rape mentioned almost offhand because to these characters this behavior is commonplace Expected I didn t like a single one of them And not just because of their worldviews There was Achilles and his hubris Patroclus and his uselessness Thetis and her coldness I didn t even like Odysseus and his famous wit for there was an edge to it in this book that made him seem less charming and manipulative than Iemember That said as much as I disliked these characters I loved their stories Miller took gods and legends and brought them to life within the pages of this book She humanized these mythical beings in a way that made them seem eal fallible I justI cannot say enough about this book To me this is literature at its finest A beautifully written masterfully crafted story capable of transporting eaders within its pages so enchanting them with what they find within that they forget that the eal world lurks without waiting for their eturn Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest We were like gods at the dawning of the world and our joy was so bright we could see nothing else but the other This book Gosh I loved this book The moment I ead the first page I was already certain of two things1 This would become one of my all time favourites and I d gush about it like crazy2 It wouldn t only leave me devastated and heartbroken but also sobbing like a little child wouldn t only leave me devastated and heartbroken but also sobbing like a little child both of those things came true even way earlier than I had initially anticipated I was about 37% percent in yes I looked it up P when I first started to cry and it didn t get any better after that This book was just so beautiful So so damn beautiful Madeline Miller definitely has a way with words and I loved how this story was written Poetical with a lot of mythological facts and with Alternate cover edition of ASIN B005FPWUSAGreece in the age of Heroes Patroclus an awkward young prince has been exiled to the kingdom of Phthia Here he is nobody just another unwanted boy living in the shadow of King Peleus and his golden son AchillesAchilles ‘best of all the Greeks' is everything Patroclus is not strong beautiful the child of a goddess and by all ights their paths should never cross Yet one day Achilles takes the shamed prince under his wing and soon their tentative companionship. ,

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And blood Gosh I CAN T EVEN WITH HIM I m still so angry Those moments at the end and the tense situation between Achilles and him had me at the edge of my seat and all I wanted to do was to scream at the injustice that took place in front of me Such a stubborn and self Health and Wellbeing in Childhood righteous fool He should have listened to Achilles but he was too proud to shakes head in disbelief I HATE HIM Enough said ThetisAnother person that landed on my shit list lol Ieally Child Support, for the Non-Custodial Parent, Alabama Edition (Series 1, for the Non-Custodial Parent) really disliked her too I mean I understand that she was Achilles mother and only wanted the best for her son but it was than just obvious that the best was Patroclus and I hated her for always trying to drive a wedge between them Without Thetis half of their troubles wouldn t have even existed and even though she kind ofedeemed herself in the end I still don t like her Sorry Thet but you ll never get a thumbs up from me SorryNotSorrryThe L. Munatius Plancus: Serving and Surviving in the Roman Revolution relationshipAchilles Patroclus This morning he had leaped on to my bed and pressed his nose against mine Good morning he d said Iemembered the heat of him against my skin Ohh how sweet those two were I loved their elationship They were so gentle and adorable and no matter what happened and no matter how many obstacles were in their way they always managed to find back to each other They had confidence in each other and they supported each other egardless of the conseuences Achilles and Patroclus had such an honest and beautiful The Organization Man relationship I CAN T EVEN THIS was theeal deal A connection so deep that no one could destroy it a love so strong that it cast aside all obstacles their trust so deep that they could talk about everything Boy I could gush about this Krebszellen mögen keine Sonne. Vitamin D - der Schutzschild gegen Krebs, Diabetes und Herzerkrankungen: Ärztlicher Rat für Betroffene. Mit Vitamin-D-Barometer ... relationship at eye level for eternity and still would never get tired of it lol I just adore them so much It was so sweet they couldn t even be angry with each other and even though Patroclus wasn t always happy with Achilles decisions he still did his best to support him as best as he could even if that meant that he had to go against his will I think in the end their unconditional love for each other was the only thing that was able to break them and it eventually did Jeez How it did cries again Achilles had noeason to kill Hector no The Ufa Story: A History of Germany's Greatest Film Company, 1918-1945 reason to fulfil the prophecy Well at least not until Hector took the only thing that mattered to him the only thing he didn t want to live without Patroclus sobs Hell The way Achilles grieved It broke my freaking heart It was like a punch in the gut I know first hand how much this hurts how painful it is to lose a person you love so much and boy did it trigger my emotions TT I felt Achilles grief with him and it was so intense it left me crying and sobbing They were so beautiful together so so so damn beautiful I can t any weeps I saw then how I had changed I did not mind any that I lost when weaced and I lost when we swam out to the The Guardian Team: On the Job with Rena and Roo rocks and I lost when we tossed spears or skipped stones For who can be ashamed to lose to such beauty It was enough to watch him win to see the soles of his feet flashing as they kicked up sand or theise and fall of his shoulders as he pulled through the salt It was enough My pulse jumps for no The Mathematics of Financial Derivatives: A Student Introduction reason I can name He has looked at me a thousand times but there is something different in this gaze an intensity I do not know My mouth is dry and I can hear the sound of my throat as I swallowHe watches me It seems that he is waiting His eyes were unwavering green flecked with gold A certaintyose in me lodged in my throat I will never leave him It will be this always for as long as he will let me Had she The United States and Peru: Cooperation -- At a Cost really thought I would not know him I couldecognize him by touch alone by smell I would know him blind by the way his breaths came and his feet struck the earth I would know him in death at the end of the world You can t He was sitting up now leaning forward I can t I know They never let you be famous and happy He lifted an eyebrow I ll tell you a secret Tell me I loved it when he was like this I m going to be the first He took my palm and held it to him Swear it Why me Because you Information Security Governance re theeason Swear it I swear it I said lost in the high colour of his Cheeks The Flame In His the flame in his I swear it he echoed There was to say but for once we did not say it There would be other times for speaking tonight and tomorrow and all the days after that He let go of my hand All told this was one of the most beautiful books I ve ever ead It caused me to cry it made me angry it made me smile and it touched me deeply I m a total mess after eading this and my emotions are still all over the place to say I Atala / René regreteading it would be one hell of a lie thoughI Widow of Dartmoor rarely write this into myeviews but If you haven t Dark Calling read this do it now You won tegret it Last but not least I want to thank my Sweet Sugar Bun who dared to buddy Arabella Millers Tiny Caterpillar read this book with me Thank you for all the comments messages and updates that made it bearable toead this book I swear if you wouldn t have discussed this with me I would have cried even often than I already did lol So yeah thanks for that wonderful buddy Prinzipien Der Gemeinschaftlichen Kosten- Und Schadenstragung Im Seerecht Und Au�ergew�hnliche Formen Der Haverei Im 18. Jahrhundert read and for keeping my sanity intact Ieally appreciate it XD We definitely should go for another buddy O Sabor dos Caroços de Maçã read some time soon I heard Circe is a nice book too lol P In the darkness two shadowseaching through the hopeless heavy dusk Their hands meet and light spills in a flood like a hundred golden urns pouring out the sun I feel so much And perhaps my emotions are not my own this time Madeline Miller for sure implanted them deep inside of me without my consent and now I m urging her to withdraw them or I will not be able to sleep through the nightIt took me a month to Only the Hunted Run read this book as I needed to take multiple breaks during the experience that is The Song of Achilles I was about to curse the lyricism for welling too many emotions inside my body too often and therefore thwarting myeaching the ending in less than a month but then I discovered that it took the author ten years to write this book so my unreasonable annoyance subsided ha ha Dear Edgar Cayce's Hidden History of Jesus readers brace yourself as you open the first page This is unlike anything I ve everead before It certainly is grander than I expected it to be and the love story a thousand times poignant Plus since I had no prior knowledge of Achilles bloody story this was all the I hereby award all the stars in the universe to this book It took me completely by surpriseI knew nothing about The Song of Achilles going in besides the fact that it is based off events in Homer s The Illiad Despite the fact that I took 4 years of Latin in high school I couldn t tell you the first thing about The IlliadI was completely floored by the absolute beauty of this story which centers around the love between Achilles and Patroclus Admittedly I am not an avid Women and Disability: The Double Handicap romanceeader Oftentimes the Hostile and Malignant Prejudice: Psychoanalytic Approaches romance will be my least favorite aspect of a given story but for someeason this one struck me straight in the feels There was something so pure and confident in their love They were loyal brave and kind to one another in a way that had me The Devil's Playground: A Century of Pleasure and Profit in Times Square reaching for the tissues instead of choking down my mirth I just knew from my level of attachment that this one wasn t going to end well for me I was fully anticipating to end up as a puddle on the floor I was overwhelmed by the intensity of feeling this story was able to elicit from my cold dark heart The Ice ueen hath meltethIf you are consideringeading this yourself for whatever The Culture Chamber reason I cannotecommend the audiobook enough This narrator absolutely nailed the feeling of the story His voices for all characters was just so expressive And Was Always Recognizable For was always Whispering Coves recognizable for he was portraying at the time In particular his voice when speaking as Achilles straight up Chris Hemsworth Honestly not a bad picture to have in mind whilst listening to a bookTo sum it all up READ THIS BOOK The world would indeed be a better place if this book wereeuired Bees: An Up-Close Look at Pollinators Around the World reading I honestly believe that Epi. Etween love and fear for his friend Patroclus follows Achilles into war little knowing that the years that follow will test everything they have learned everything they hold dear And that before he iseady he will be forced to surrender his friend to the hands of FateProfoundly moving and breathtakingly original this endering of the epic Trojan War is a dazzling feat of the imagination a devastating love story and an almighty battle between gods and kings peace and glory immortal fame and the human heart. O many details that it succeeded to make this a than just intriguing journey What I loved the most was how she managed to convey Achilles and Patroclus elationship though Even though she never went into detail never actually let them say that they loved each other it was still palpable in every single moment they shared together Those moments were so precious I couldn t get enough of them and all I wanted was for them to be happy Unfortunately I m a little geek and know a lot about Greek mythology so yeah I already knew how it would end before it even ended Still the sense of foreboding in this book Oh gosh it killed me All those little hints those infinitesimal innuendos those tiny insinuations they piled up and up and up until all I was able to feel was dread By the end of the book I was educed to a sobbing and crying nervous wreck and the final sentence was like a dagger in my heart In other wordsThis was exceptionally painful and utterly devastating BUTit was also so damn good and worth every second of painThe characters This is my spoiler section in which I m going to speak about the individual characters and what I thought of them So you better beware and don t ead it if you still want to Word and Image: An Introduction to Early Medieval Art read the book Heed my warning or get lost in the underworld It s your choice choose wisely P Achilles Ah A sly smile spread across his face he had always loved defiance Well why should I kill him He s done nothing to me This sentence killed me when I firstead it Achilles my beautiful innocent and na ve boy Jeez I loved him so much He was every bit the hero people believed him to be and most of the time he actually did the The Compact Guide to World Religions right thing Well most of the time At the end of the book there happened a lot of things I didn t agree with and the longer his conflict with Agamemnon lasted the I dreaded the end It made me so sad to see how much Achilles changed over the years and when the thing with Briseis happened myeaction was the same as Patroclus I mean I knew what Achilles did I m a geek The Nudist on the Late Shift: And Other True Tales of Silicon Valley remember buteading it the way Madeline Miller wrote it Boy it destroyed me There was this wonderful perfect ighteous honourable intelligent innocent and honest golden boy and then the war over Troy tainted him transformed him and made him an entirely different person The true tragedy about this all is that he never even wanted to take part in the war he was or less forced into it and I think looking at it in etrospective a life as a normal person would have been preferable to the one of a hero I guess in the end Achilles saw it the same way and would have done everything in order to change his path Even if it would have meant that he would have been forgotten and would have never become a legend it would have been worth it Patroclus would have been worth it cries I stopped watching for Tätiges Leben: Pluralität und Arbeit im politischen Denken Hannah Arendts ridicule the scorpion s tail hidden in his words He said what he meant he was puzzled if you did not Some people might have mistaken this for simplicity But is it not a sort of genius to cut always to the heart Your honour could be darkened by it Then it is darkened His jaw shot forward stubborn They are fools if they let my gloryise or fall on this But Odysseus His eyes green as spring leaves met mine Patroclus I have given enough to them I will not give them this They grinned loving every inch of their miraculous prince his gleaming hair his deadly hands his nimble feet They leaned towards him like flowers to the sun drinking in his lustre It was as Odysseus had said he had light enough to make heroes of them all It is not true You left yourself today And now you are G-Man: The Real Story of Watergate’s Deep Throat returned His shouldersise and fall on a long breath Do not say that he says until you have heard the Meister Oder Schüler?: Berühmte Werke Auf Dem Prüfstand rest of what I have done Patroclus I went to Peleus I knelt before him on a woolug woven bright with purple He started to speak but I was too uick for him One of my hands went to clasp his knees the other eached upward to seize his chin with my hand The pose of supplication It was a gesture I had seen many times but had never made myself I was under his protection now he was bound to treat me fairly by the law of the gods Tell me where he is I said I adored Patroclus He was the best He was wonderful and beautiful in his own way and I He was wonderful and beautiful in his own way and I how faithful he was That boy was one of the kindest and sweetest people I ever ead about tough competition for Lazlo Strange lol and I was so happy Achilles saw this too He Style and Idea realized that Patroclus is special and he encouraged him to speak his mind It felt like Patroclus was Achilles conscience intervening whenever his divine heritage showed Without Patroclus Achilles path would have been dark and bloody but with him at his side he became the glorious figure we all know about Patroclus was so much than just a companion He was a friend a lover a teacher a conscience aeminder and Achilles past present and future This boy was literally the embodiment of Achilles life and actions and the people around them were fools for not seeing their strong connection Patroclus was everything that was good about Achilles he brought out the best in him Taught him compassion and love he was an anchor and someone he could come home to Speak to Confide in Once Patroclus was gone the Der Peloponnesische Krieg (Beck'sche Reihe) relentless godly part of Achilles showed though and theest of it is bloody history TT Patroclus It was the name my father had given me hopefully but injudiciously at my birth and it tasted of bitterness on my tongue Honour of the father it meant Perhaps she thought I was mocking her flourishing my triumph Perhaps she thought I hated her She did not know that I almost asked him a hundred times to be a little kinder to her You do not have to humiliate her so thoroughly I thought But it was not kindness he lacked it was interest His gaze passed over her as if she were not here Willl you come with me he askedThe never ending ache of love and sorrow Perhaps in some other life I could have Stuff Matters: Exploring the Marvelous Materials That Shape Our Man-Made World refused could have torn my hair and screamed and made him face his choice alone But not in this one He would sail to Troy and I would follow even into death Yes I whispered Yes I do not know this man I think He is no one I have ever seen before Myage towards him is hot as blood I will never forgive him I imagine tearing down our tent smashing the lyre stabbing myself in the stomach and bleeding to death I want to see his face broken with grief and Die mechanischen Kinder regret I want to shatter the cold mask of stone that has slipped down over the boy I knew He has given her to Agamemnon knowing what will happen Odysseus May I give you some advice If you are truly his friend you will help him leave his soft heart behind He s going to Troy to kill men notescue them His dark eyes held me like swift unning current He is a weapon a killer Do not forget it You can use a spear as a walking stick but that will not change its nature Damn how much I hated and liked that sneaky and cunning bastard I m still very torn when it comes to him On the one hand he gave sound advice and knew exactly what he did and on the other hand he forced Achilles on his destined path If it wouldn t have been for Odysseus he would have never gone to Troy and even though I agree with his sentiment that Achilles could save them all I still disagree with the way he
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him Of the countless MEN THAT MANIPULATED YOUNG ACHILLES ODYSSEUS PROBABLY WAS THE that manipulated young Achilles Odysseus probably was the hiding behind the mask of a friend but ultimately pursuing his own goals Clever Very clever indeed Agamemnon Then you are a traitor to this army and will be punished like one Your war prizes are hostage placed in my care until you offer your obedience and submission Let us start with that girl Briseis is her name She will do as a penance for the girl you have forced me to eturn I HATE AGAMEMNON Fiercely Such an unfair and dishonourable numpty I hate him and all his actions I mean what kind of father would trade his daughter away and then kill her His own flesh. Gives way to a steadfast friendship As they grow into young men skilled in the arts of war and medicine their bond blossoms into something far deeper despite the displeasure of Achilles's mother Thetis a cruel and deathly pale sea goddess with a hatred of mortalsFate is never far from the heels of Achilles When word comes that Helen of Sparta has been kidnapped the men of Greece are called upon to lay siege to Troy in her name Seduced by the promise of a glorious destiny Achilles joins their cause Torn The Song of Achilles
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