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    The Silence of the Girls - a review

    Women have, historically, gotten the short end of the stick. The Hellenic culture was not different. Women would become slaves, be raped, tortured, killed. This book is The Iliad told from the women's point of view. Besides showing how it could have been like for the women of a conquered city, it also provides a less ethereal/hero-god complex outlook of The Iliad's male characters. Definitely, a must read.
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    A compelling read

    An intersting take on an old story, told from a womans perspective. I enjoyed it.
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    The silence of the Girls

    Absolutely brilliant - I read The Anger of Achilles many years ago and this fills in all the women gaps and more!
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    Aanrader

    Mooie invalshoek op een bekend verhaal. Prachtig geschreven, geloofwaardige karakters.
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    Pat Barker did it again, she made me love it

    *spoiler if you don;t know the story of Achilles and Patroclue* Never been interested in the Ancient Greeks really before. Should have known Pat Barker would make me though, she did it before with her Regeneration Triology at a time when I loathed World War literature. This is a fabulous read and Patroclus became someone I was genuinely heartbroken to see the end of.
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