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Free Ιλιάς kindle Ö eBook 9780140275360 ↠ Homer ✓ Dating to the ninth century BC Homer’s timeless poem still vividly conveys the horror and heroism of men and gods wrestling with towering emotions and battling amidst devastation and destruction as it moves inexorably to the wrenching tragic conclusion of tRe from the American Academy of Arts and Letters brings the energy of contemporary language to this enduring heroic epic He maintains the drive and metric music of Homer’s poetry and evokes the impact and nuance of the Iliad’s mesmerizing repeated phrases in what Peter Levi calls “an astonishing performance I’m often kept up at night brooding on my troubles wishing I could find some solace that would help me sleep But now I know that the best way to keep insomnia at bay is to get out of bed hitch up my chariot tie the corpse of my mortal enemy to the back and drive around for a few hours dragging him until I cheer up and can go back to sleep The Iliad is unmatched in my reading for works that describe the bloody ridiculous selfish lengths people will go in order to feel better The sticks and stones fly and gouge out eyes smash skulls slash livers and veins until the blood sprays–this poem is definitely not for the sueamish but the real weapons of the Trojan War are name calling cheating at games and stealing your best buddy’s girlfriend or mixing bowl or ox Most of the action occurs when somebody gets his feelings hurt the baddie won’t apologize and the sensitive one throws a fit which can involve letting all of his friends die while he gets an olive oil massage or else razing a city raping the women and joyriding over other men’s bones The Iliad suggests that even at its most glorious war can be advocated only by people with the emotional lives of spoiled four year oldsFor thoughts see my post

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N his superb introduction that although the violence of the Iliad is grim and relentless it coexists with both images of civilized life and a poignant yearning for peace Combining the skills of a poet and scholar Robert Fagles winner of the PENRalph Manheim Medal for Translation and a 1996 Academy Award in Literatu Ἰλιάς The Iliad Homer The Iliad is an ancient Greek epic poem in dactylic hexameter traditionally attributed to Homer Set during the Trojan War the ten year siege of the city of Troy Ilium by a coalition of Greek states it tells of the battles and events during the weeks of a uarrel between King Agamemnon and the warrior AchillesCharacters Ajax Odysseus Helen of Troy Menelaus Paris Hector Achilles Agamemnon Aeneas Sarpedon Priam Cassandra Patroclus Diomedes Ajax Oileus Andromache Briseis Hecuba Nestor Akhilleusتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز نخست ماه ژانویه سال 1973میلادیعنوان ایلیاد؛ شاعر هومر؛ مترجم سعید نفیسی؛ تهران، بنگاه ترجمه و نشر کتاب، 1334؛ در 720ص؛ موضوع داستان جنگ تروا سده 08پیش از میلادعنوان ایلیاد؛ شاعر هومر، مترجم میرجلال الدین کزّازی؛ تهران، نشر مرکز، 1377؛ در 579ص؛ شابک 9643053865؛ چاپ دوم 1381؛ چاپ پنجم 1385؛ چاپ ششم 1387؛ شابک 9789643053864؛ موضوع داستانهای کهن از نویسندگان یونانی سده 08پیش از میلاداثر حماسی از «هومر»، شاعر نابینای یونانی ست، داستان جنگ «تروا»، بخاطر ربودن «هلن»، زن زیباروی «منلاس»، یکی از فرمانروایان یونان، به دست «پاریس» پسر «پریام»، شاه «ایلیون تروا» است، خواستگاران «هلن»، باهم پیمان بسته بودند، که چنانچه گزندی به «هلن» رسید، شوی او را برای مکافات مجرم یاری دهند؛ از اینروی سپاهی بزرگ، به فرماندهی «آگاممنون»، و با حضور پهلوانانی همچون «آشیل»، «اولیس»، «پاتروکل»، «آیاس آژاکس »و؛ آراستند، و به سوی شهر «تروا» روانه شدند، تا «هلن» را از «پاریس» بازپس بگیرند؛ سپاهیان یونان، ده سال «تروا» را محاصره کردند، ولی با رشادتهای پهلوانان «تروا»، به ویژه «هکتور» بزرگترین پسر شاه، و برادر «پاریس»، و پشتیبانی خدایانی همچون «زئوس»، «آفرودیت»، و «آپولون» طرفی نبستند؛ در آن سالها «آشیل»، بزرگوارترین پشتوانه ی یونانیان با «آگاممنون» اختلاف داشت، جبهه را رها کرده، و در گوشه ای، به همراه یاران خویش، نبرد را تماشا میکرد؛ تا اینکه «پاتروکل» پسرعموی «آشیل»، با لباس و جنگ ابزار آسمانی «آشیل»، به نبرد رفت؛ ولی با نیرنگ «زئوس»، و دشمنی «آپولون»، و دیگر خدایان هوادار «تروا»، «پاتروکل» شکست خورد، و به دست «هکتور» کشته شد؛ «آشیل» از آن رویداد خشمگین شد، و اختلافش با «آگاممنون» را کنار بگذاشت، و پس از تشییع جنازه ی «پاتروکل»، به نبرد تن به تن با «هکتور» پرداخت، و او را شکست دادسپس به جنازه ی «هکتور» بی احترامی روا داشت، و آنرا با خود به اردوگاه یونانیان آورد؛ «پریام» شاه «تروا»، به یاری خدایان، شبانه خود را به اردوگاه «آشیل» رساند، و با زاری از او درخواست کرد، که جنازه ی پسرش را به او برگردانند، تا بتواند مراسمی در خور بزرگی پهلوان حماسه ساز ترتیب دهد؛ پس از گفتگوی بسیار، «آشیل» پذیرفت؛ داستان «ایلیاد» اثر «هومر»، با توصیف سوزاندن «هکتور» در «تروا»، و به سوگ نشستن مردمان شهر، برای «هکتور» به پایان میرسد؛ در کتاب «ایلیاد»، و همچنین در کتاب دیگر «هومر» «اودیسه»، هرگز اشاره و سخنی از نحوه ی پایان نبرد «تروا»، و سرنوشت تراژیک «آشیل» نیست؛ داستانهای «اسب تروا»، در آثار نویسندگان رومی، همچون «ویرژیل»، و «اووید» آمده است، و افسانه ی رویین تن بودن «آشیل» و ماجرای پاشنه ی «آشیل» او را نیز، که به مرگش میانجامد، شاعر «رمی» سده ی نخست میلادی «استاتیوس»، در کتاب خود با عنوان «آشیلید»، برای نخستین بار آراسته، و به آن داستان، پرداخته استتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 28061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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ΙλιάςDating to the ninth century BC Homer’s timeless poem still vividly conveys the horror and heroism of men and gods wrestling with towering emotions and battling amidst devastation and destruction as it moves inexorably to the wrenching tragic conclusion of the Trojan War Renowned classicist Bernard Knox observes i 3½ starsTwo mysteries were solved by my finally finishing The Iliad 1 It is so obvious why these Ancient Greek stories have survived for so many years it's all gory violence and sex Homer tapped into these marketing tools early 2 I now understand why puritanical attitudes toward female sexuality developed Pretty much everything bad that happens is caused by Helen of Troy slut that I am running off with Paris and Hera seducing Zeus The ancients must have read this and been like please girls just don'tAlso It seems I may have been too harsh with Sarah J Maas and her mist rising earth shaking sex scenes Clearly she was channeling Homer “The son of Cronus spoke and took his wife in his arms; and the divine earth sent up spring flowers beneath them dewy clover and crocuses and a soft and crowded bed of hyacinths to lift them off the ground In this they lay covered by a beautiful golden cloud from which a rain of glistening dewdrops fell” It's taken me so long to read this because every time I tried to start I kept comparing it to The Odyssey which I like much Odysseus's journey and encounters with creatures such as cannibal giants are very entertaining And when it comes down to it I can only enjoy so many war scenes Seeing as The Iliad is all about the Trojan War there are a lot of war scenesBUT it is saved by the Greek gods What a ridiculous bickering soap opera the Greek pantheon is I genuinely burst out laughing multiple times I like the Greek gods because they are so flawed and jealous and vindictive and um human Hera especially is a piece of work I love her Sometimes you have to wonder what was going through the heads of Ancient Greeks when this is how they imagined their gods From Hera calling Artemis a shameless bitch like something out of Mean Girls to all the gods supporting their favourite team Greek or Trojan in the war like it's a damn football match The Iliad gets better in the last eight books It is of a struggle in the beginning mainly books 4 13 because there are some pages that blend together in a stream of similar sounding Greek and Trojan men stabbing each other with spears Often in the nipple or buttocks too which seems peculiarI'll stop being silly though It is a remarkable if admittedly sexist work It's strange to think how themes and values that were important 3000 years ago are still important today I don't know if Homerian spoilers are a thing but I'll just say that the one death the death of the story can still be felt so very deeply all these years after its writing The only thing tragic than losing the one you love most is knowing you could have prevented itI was disappointed my library didn’t have the Caroline Alexander translation which is the first English translation by a woman but Rieu’s Translation was fantastic Very smooth reading unlike another recent read of mine The Epic of Gilgamesh I'm glad I finally read itBlog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube