The Iliad, Books 5-6 & All Day Permanent Red

The Iliad

The battle heats up and you can’t tell the players without a scorecard: man fights man, man fights Gods, and Gods fight amongst themselves. One thing is certain, blood and death abound. But as we progress, Homer personalises theses deaths. Whereas initially, there were clashes with anonymous players, now we hear of their doomed exploits, of their personalities, their lineage. The violence is graphic  and R-Rated. The deaths fade to various shades of darkness [Continues on the Iliad Page]

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3 responses to “The Iliad, Books 5-6 & All Day Permanent Red

  1. I’m loving these Iliad posts.

  2. Me too. I see I’m going to have to read this Logue.

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