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“Circe” Book Review

By Kathryn Hutchinson In ninth grade English, the first classical work read is Homer’s The Odyssey. Madeline Miller retells this classic in Circe, but from a different perspective. In Greek mythology, Circe is the daughter of Helios, God of the sun, and Perse, a water nymph. She is very different from the rest of her

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“The Song of Achilles” Book Review

By Kathryn Hutchinson The Song of Achilles is a story about the Greek hero Achilles and his companion Patroclus. The story is told through the view of Patroclus and stays consistent throughout. Patroclus was exiled from his kingdom after he killed a noble boy. He is sent to a nearby Kingdom called Philians where he

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