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Madeline Miller

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Madeline Miller

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Madeline Miller

In Book nine of the Iliad, as his fellow Greek commanders are pleading with him to take u

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The Wall Street Journal
Sam Sacks
24 Mar 2012
Fiction

A few weeks ago, in the pages of this magazine, Rachel Cooke declared herself bored by pe

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New Statesman
Tom Holland
17 Oct 2011
Fiction

To the long catalog of odd hybrids that inhabit Greek myth — the half-human, half-equine

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The New York Times
Daniel Mendelsohn
27 Apr 2012
Fiction

The Greek demi-god Achilles emerges for the first time as a lover as well as a fighter in

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The Guardian
Natalie Haynes
29 Sep 2011
Fiction

I recall with intense pleasure my discovery in childhood of the Greek myths and Homer’s “

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The New York Times
Claire Messud
28 May 2018
Fiction

Circe, the daughter of the sun Titan Helios and the gorgeous Oceanid nymph Perse, is a bi

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The Times
Lucy Atkins
22 Apr 2018
Fiction
The Times
Siobhan Murphy
21 Apr 2018
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Circe doesn’t take up much space in Homer’s Odyssey – the visit to her island takes up ju

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The Irish Times
Anna Carey
21 Apr 2018
Fiction

In her first novel, The Song of Achilles, Madeline Miller retold the siege of Troy from t

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The Guardian
Aida Edemariam
21 Apr 2018
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The Song of Achilles, Madeline Miller’s re-imagining of The Iliad that positioned the lov

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The Independent
Lucy Scholes
18 Apr 2018
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The archaeological evidence is sketchy, but the first pussy hat was probably knitted by C

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The Washington Post
Ron Charles
09 Apr 2018
Fiction

During the 2016 US presidential election, American social media was flooded with images o

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The Guardian
Madeline Miller
07 Apr 2018
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