Die Feuer von Troia
Publish date: 1990
Pages no: 653
Edition language: Deutsch
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Marion Zimmer Bradley is most famous for Mists of Avalon, which retells the legends of King Arthur through a feminist--and feminine--perspective, centering it not on Arthur or Merlin or even Guinevere but a sympathetic Morgaine. I admit I'm not much a fan of that book. I am a big Marion Zimmer Bradl...
I read this a LOOONG time ago, and really liked it. MZB had an uncanny knack for bringing out the women's roles that history has forgotten.
Interesting retelling of the fall of Troy and the Kassandra story. It was a nice quick read for summer.
Loved this book. Nice escape in to fiction-meets-fantasy/mythology/history. There is so much beauty described from such every day activities that just the writing alone captured my interest. Historically, let's not kid ourselves as this is fiction. If you want to know more, research the internet...
I read it many, many years ago. I remember reading it in almost one siting and having a really good impression of Aeneas and just wanting to strangle Paris. Not much has change. Zimmer Bradley knows how to write a good tale. Told from the point of view of Kassandra, the seer that predicts the fall o...