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summary ✓ War Music summary ¹ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Christopher Logue Christopher Logue ☆ 8 read Ical reactions they express the selectors offer intriguing insight into their own wo. Turns out I like my ancient lays either fully rounded and sonorous Heaney s Beowulf or completely remodelled Zachary Mason s The Lost Books of the Odyssey Logue s retelling of one of the central episodes of the Iliad where Patroclus takes Achilles armor and is killed by Hector hits some middle note that just didn t work for meSome passages I did enjoy the battle scenes over the narrative onesPatroclus fought like dreamingHis head thrown back his mouth wide as a shrieking mask Sucked at the air to nourish his infuriated mindAnd seemed to draw the Trojans onto himTo lock them round his waist red water washed against his chestTo lay their tired necks against his sword like birdsBut I m going to be honest I didn t like the volume because I didn t like Logue s portrayal of Hector In the Iliad Hector is the noblest of the heroes loyal son loving husband caring father brave warrior shepherd of his people Logue s Hector is weaselly pusillanimous ignoble I m all for reading against the grain but in this one of my most dearly held stories I prefer the old forms The Golden Age offer intriguing insight into their Really Professional Internet Person own wo. Turns 24 Σονέτα για την πολιτική διαχείριση της ερωτικής απελπισίας out I like my ancient lays either fully rounded and sonorous Heaney s Beowulf Second Best or completely remodelled Zachary Mason s The Lost Books England and Its Rulers 1066 1272 of the Odyssey Logue s retelling Keurboslaan se Struikrower (Keurboslaan, #11) of Western State Terrorism one Defending the Resurrection of the central episodes Teaching by Design in Elementary Mathematics Grades 2 3 of the Iliad where Patroclus takes Achilles armor and is killed by Hector hits some middle note that just didn t work for meSome passages I did enjoy the battle scenes Wallace and Gromit Wallace Gromit over the narrative History Lovers Cookbook onesPatroclus fought like dreamingHis head thrown back his mouth wide as a shrieking mask Sucked at the air to nourish his infuriated mindAnd seemed to draw the Trojans Michael Lange: Fluss - River onto himTo lock them round his waist red water washed against his chestTo lay their tired necks against his sword like birdsBut I m going to be honest I didn t like the volume because I didn t like Logue s portrayal Le Comte de Monte Cristo of the heroes loyal son loving husband caring father brave warrior shepherd Necessary Women and The Mean Time of his people Logue s Hector is weaselly pusillanimous ignoble I m all for reading against the grain but in this Divorce and Remarriage A Redemptive Theology one 5 Elementos of my most dearly held stories I prefer the The Dying Game old forms

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summary ✓ War Music summary ¹ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Christopher Logue Christopher Logue ☆ 8 read In this series a contemporary poet advocates a poet of the past or present whom they. I put these Logue Homers on my epics shelf which is not for modern works to express my sense they are the genuine article Achilles in his science fiction armour creates for us the experience Homer s audience might have had What I adore about Logue s Homer is his inventive fidelity to Homer s artistic techniues Not that I know Greek I tried once I got through the grammar neither did Christopher Logue I m a fan of Pope s Iliad and Chapman s which I haven t finished although I agree it s unbeaten in English I found these Logues in George Steiner s great collection of translations renditions and riffs Homer in English George Steiner whom I rather worship says Christopher Logue s fragments out of the Iliad are an act of genius and describes them as Logue s transmutations of the Iliad into now Still years later I dock a star For the first installment War Music in the 88 Faber of 84 pages that only has PatrocleiaGBHPax death of Patroclus and afterwards It is the most tremendous combat description Fans of combat writing ought to try this whether or not they think they like poetry It has the punchy shortness of modernity Run to the Fleet Give Wondersulk our newsHis love is dead His armour gone Prince Hector has the corpseAnd as an afterthought that we are lost It has best best to me now a faith in the ancient art and is unafraid to follow Homer Not only in the epic similes but the epic second person I don t know enough about epic second person I just googled it and found this on a blog The narrative shift from third person omniscient to the second person address to Patroclus is inherent in the original Greek text You see these inexplicable shifts all the time in Homer some translators just gloss over them and smooth the narrative into a single point of view but so doing causes the text to lose some of its power how effective is it after all that the poet directly addresses Patroclus as the warrior faces his death The pathos is pumping at that moment and I think we have that narrative shift to thank which I say amen Logue is not a glosser over on the grounds that such things are strange in English If I tell you once in the heat of the moment the poet calls Patroclus darling that out of context might sound strange But it s Homer and gives a vitality a sense of being present Need the poet hide his involvement in his story his suspense at the plot and his emotions But that brings me to my but Does it have a heart In spite of this tender habit of talking to Achilles and to Hector neither of them in this first installment was likeable and I like to like my Achilles and my Hector Nobody in the poem seems to like each other either and I m afraid I didn t feel Achilles grief It s easy to despise Ajax but isn t he celebrated in Homer even if he is as thick as the wall I am kept at a distance and that has not been my experience of Homer Of course this may be a Logue experience instead he has every right to part ways with Homer where he lists Let s see in the next sections which I never read How to Distinguish the Saints in Art by Their Costumes Symbols and Attributes of the past The Official Foodie Handbook on my epics shelf which is not for modern works to express my sense they are the genuine article Achilles in his science fiction armour creates for us the experience Homer s audience might have had What I adore about Logue s Homer is his inventive fidelity to Homer s artistic techniues Not that I know Greek I tried Mes recettes anti-âge avec les Huiles Essentielles once I got through the grammar neither did Christopher Logue I m a fan Le Journal d'Anne Frank: Questionnaire de lecture (LEPETITLITTERAIRE.FR) of Pope s Iliad and Chapman s which I haven t finished although I agree it s unbeaten in English I found these Logues in George Steiner s great collection 10 XXX Adult Sex Stories of translations renditions and riffs Homer in English George Steiner whom I rather worship says Christopher Logue s fragments Tribute out Longing Club 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