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  1. Lisa Lisa says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUB“To mock foes is that not the sweetest mockery?”Athena’s cruel words leave Odysseus hesitant in the opening scene of Ajax one o


  2. David Sarkies David Sarkies says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUBPsychosis and the Trojan War20 March 2012 On the 9th of March 2012 an American patrol was travelling through Afghanistan when their vehicle was s


  3. Jessica Jessica says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUBthis series The Greek Tragedy in New Translations pairs scholars poets for bangin' translations of plays by aeschylus euripides sophocles etc the editors' foreword itself got me pretty psyched; these guys seem to be really hardcore about their convictions regarding uality translations i'm totally going to check out some othersthat said in this translation pevear steps down from bein' all scholarly like lets herbert golder do that work omg does he ever; it's funny because i only picked this out because of pevear golder's contributions are what really got me i don't even want to say anything about the play cuz hg's so s


  4. Lishesque Lishesque says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUBAjax RARRRR kills lots of sheepAjax Ajax feels much shame i should kill myselfTecmessa don't do it hoe Teucer don't do it bro Ajax kills self anywayTecmessa Teucer well great now our lives are f'd Menelaus trololol hope the birds eat ur face Odysseus guys maybe we shouldn't be jerks Agamemnon fine whatevs Ajax gets buried


  5. Inkspill Inkspill says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUBAjax’s story left an impression after the first time I heard about it It was sometime after my early attempts of trying to read Homer’s The Iliad Ajax is one of the heroes fighting on the Greek side today like many other heroes in this story he is pretty much forgotten as the focus is on Achilles and Hector However as I continued to read different translations of The Iliad his story stayed with me For me this was just another thing that convinced me this epic poem is anti warview spoilerAjax has to compete with the smooth orator Odysseus to win Achilles’s armour Not competent in speech he loses The situation is ridiculous as the armour should be his humiliated and feeling unappreciated his maddening rage gets the better of him To save what honor he has left he commits suicide hide spoiler


  6. Lucas Lucas says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUBBeing my first encounter with Greek tragedy I wondered how Sophocles would approach the life of Ájax whom readers know from the Iliad and Greek mythology in general Well he does so by centering in the lonesome end of the great Greek hero and the aftermaths of madness Sophocles reduces the scope of the legend to focus on the darkness of being faced with one's own fate Ájax is lost in the madness of his fury whether he kills his comrades in arms or the cattle is unimportant for m


  7. Sarah Sarah says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUBSophocles wrote a few plays centered around war and Odysseus; this is probably one of the most famous out of them as well as the best written of them all Ajax focuses on the title character who is a revered warrior whom many people may remember from Homer's Iliad However this particular story centers mainly around the downfall of the hero whose warlike nature drives him to almost kill his friends; his guilt is what really gets him in the end Ajax himself is not necessarily a bad man but he is so used to his violent lifestyle that his animalistic side tends to take over When he nearly kills his friends the goddess Athena makes him kill sheep and cows instead When Ajax dis


  8. Alex Alex says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUBFirst of all Aias the title in my edition is Ajax Big Ajax the hero of the Trojan War There I saved you from who the fuck even is this guy Ajax plays a big role in The Iliad At one point he defends the Achaean fleet from the Trojans single handedly while Achilles is off sulking But after the war Achilles's armor which amounts to the Heisman Trophy of the war is given to wily Odysseus after his speech about it proves elouent Ajax is so pissed off that he goes on a murderous rampage against what turns out to be a flock of sheep Fuckin' Athena always getting up in your head he thought he was killing Agamemnon and Odysseus Humiliated he kills himself The play is about what happens if the person who deserves the win doesn't get it? What if you feel you clearly earned leadership but it's stolen by the other guy? Do you go on a murderous rampage? Do you burn it all down?This review is also here with a bun


  9. Maya Maya says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUBIt is impossible to dislike such a masterpiece The Ájax's tragedy is basically about the pride of a powerfull warrior who seeks victory without the Gods help and infuriate them because of his behaviour His disgrace is the disgrace of all his family and his men as we can see in their lament and his salvation but only to himselfis his death What I like the most in this book is about Ajax's sense of pride who refuses to bend in whatever situation against whoever be but mostly the dialogues the double sense in Ajax's words the discussion between Teucro and the Atridas and in special Odisseus's words is it strange that my favorite character in all the piece is the Ajax's adversary? I don't think so Athena's preference is not gratuitous Odisseus's way of seeing things captivated me and many before me he is everything that Ajax cannot be


  10. Steven Steven says:

    MOBI american fiction.co ✓ Αἴας ePUB ¶ Αἴας ebok, Αἴας ePUB Yet I feel his wretchedness My enemy yes but caught up in a terrible doom My doom too I see that now All we who live live as ghosts of ourselves Shadows in passing Thus speaks Odysseus with regard to Aias who has – in a blind and savage spell of madness inspired by A


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