Madeline Miller Characters as Taylor Swift Songs

*This article contains spoilers for The Song of Achilles, Circe, and Galatea. Here is the post you didn’t know you were waiting for: Madeline Miller Characters as Taylor Swift songs! For an extra challenge, I only used songs from Swift’s most recent album, Folklore.  the 1 – Penelope Excerpt of lyrics: “We never painted byContinue reading “Madeline Miller Characters as Taylor Swift Songs”

Review Of “Galatea” by Madeline Miller

A short review for a short story!  How can Madeline Miller pack such a punch in a story that’s basically 20 pages long? I do not understand how she had the ability to make Galatea as powerful as it is. I have seen calls for this short story to be turned into a full lengthContinue reading “Review Of “Galatea” by Madeline Miller”

A Love Letter to Circe From Someone Who Can Relate

On Monday, you heard from Dana about why she loves The Song of Achilles more than any other work of Madeline Miller’s. I promised you all that friends would be pitted against each other over the course of the week on this blog. That’s why today I’m here to discuss the reasons why it’s actuallyContinue reading “A Love Letter to Circe From Someone Who Can Relate”

A Small Compilation of Books Steeped in Mythology

One of the best aspects about Madeline Miller Week so far is that I’ve been able to discover a wide variety of books about mythology. In the U.S., stories from Ancient Greece are often the only mythology that people are exposed to from a young age. This is a disappointing practice, because there are manyContinue reading “A Small Compilation of Books Steeped in Mythology”