The Penelopiad

The Myth of Penelope and Odysseus (Myths series)

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The story of Penelope — as told by herself.In The Odyssey, Penelope — daughter of King Icarius of Sparta, and the cousin of the beautiful Helen of Troy — is portrayed as the quintessential faithful wife. Atwood’s dazzli ...Continua
Cristina
Ha scritto il 07/07/14

Not the best Atwood ever, but an interesting point of view

天勇
Ha scritto il 12/04/12

Atwood is simply a genius!

Albe
Ha scritto il 22/01/12
Myths are never ending stories relentlessly and continually retold. Here it’s the case. This is a book on Penelop. Penelop is now dead, so she can tells her life freely and without fear, form her marriage to Odysseus homecoming, the slaughter of the...Continua
Hold Your Spin
Ha scritto il 18/11/06
This was an interesting book, though there were bits I could have done without. The thing that most annoys me about Atwood is that I sometimes get a really smug vibe off her books (though strangely I never get that vibe from her in interviews) and th...Continua

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