I think my life has been reasonably boring, and it usually turns out that my life has been ten times more exciting than theirs. What does Stephen King have to say about this? Maybe it depends on when they were born. I am, when you stop to think of it, a member of a fairly select group:
This boo ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book is about healing and doing what it takes to come into your own.
This book is about love; the love between lovers, the love of a mother, and the love you must find in yourself.
This book proves why family of choice will always be greater than family of origin. This book is about magic, and how we can find it in ourselves if we look hard enough. They barely care if you are wicked. The only thing that makes them listen is power.
I was very privileged to go a very good high school where I was able to study The Iliad and The Odyssey for a class my freshman year. And fourteen-year-old Melanie fell in love.
To say I was obsessed was an understatement, and more and more my heart was filled with love for Odysseus, Athena, and a certain love affair with the witch-goddess Circe.
All my loved ones and family correlate these epic poems with me, and always bring me new editions from their travels, and give me gifts for special events and holidays the same way they do with Harry Potter.
One of the most prized possession I own is an edition of The Odyssey that was given to me by someone who meant a lot to me, at a very important time in my life. And these two tomes will always be a big part of my identity, and I will always recognize that they not only shaped me as a reader, but they shaped me as a human being, too.
So, when I found out that that Greek mythology retelling queen, Madeline Miller, was writing a book centered around Circe, I knew it was going to end up being one of my favorite books of all time. And it ended up being everything I wanted and more.
He showed me his scars, and in return he let me pretend that I had none. We get to see her living her life of solitude, exiled on the island of Aiaia. We also get to see her make a few very important trips, that are very monumental in Greek mythos.
But we get to see all of Circe, the broken parts, the healing parts, and the complete parts. We get to see her love, her loss, her discovery, her resolve, and her determination.
We get to see her question what it means to be immortal, what it means to be a nymph in a world ruled by gods, and what it means to just live. I have no combination of words to express how much her life and her story means to me. I was a creature within it. And how the ballads will always be sung for heroes, not heroines, even if a woman was truly behind all the success the man greedily reaped.
How the light will always fall to vilify the woman and showcase her as a witch that needs to be tamed, a sorceress that needs to be subdued, or an enchantress that needs to be defeated.
Women, no matter how much agency they carve out in any male dominated world, will always be a means to an end to further the achievements of man.JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.
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