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Christopher Logue, Homer - The Death Of Patroclus.Book XVI Of Homers Iliad. Scaricare

Christopher Logue, Homer - The Death Of Patroclus.Book XVI Of Homers Iliad. Scaricare
Titolo:
The Death Of Patroclus.Book XVI Of Homers Iliad.
Interprete:
Christopher Logue, Homer
Stile:
Poetry, Spoken Word
Numero di catalogo:
926, SA 926
Paese:
US
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1796 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1959 mb
Genere:
Etichetta:
Spoken Arts

Tracklist


1The Death Of Patroclus Side 1
2The Death Of Patroclus Side 2


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
77 LT 12/1Christopher Logue, Homer Christopher Logue, Homer - The Death Of Patroclus.Book XVI Of Homers Iliad. ‎(LP, Album)77 Records77 LT 12/1UK1963


Crediti


  • Adapted By (Text)Christopher Logue
  • Directed ByDouglas Cleverdon
  • Photography ByRoger Mayne
  • PresenterArthur Luce Klein
  • Read ByAlan Dobie, Christopher Logue, Martin Starkie , Terry Scully , Vanessa Redgrave
  • Written By – Homer


Note


Cover has 926 but Label has SA 926.


Codici a barre


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SA 926 A N 10 65 A 0619 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SA 926 B N 10 65 A 0619 B


Album


In the 16th book of Homer's Iliad, Zeus seems destined to fulfill his promise to Achilles' mother, Thetis, to give glory to Achilles. Zeus knows that the death of Patroclus will force Achilles to fight for the Greeks AchaeansDanaansArgives. This will allow Zeus to fulfill his promise to Achilles' mother, Thetis, to give glory to Achilles. While the fighting goes on around the ship of Protesilaus, Patroclus goes crying to Achilles. He says he is crying for the wounded Greeks, including Diomedes, Odysseus, Agamemnon, and Eurypylus. He prays that he may never be so cruel as Achilles. TITLE added to MP3 cart. Homer: The Death of Patroclus - Chapter XVI of the Iliad. Robert Paul Sonkowsky. January 1, 1965. Exclusive Prime pricing. Logue's interpretation of Homer is visceral and, while not capturing the formal aspects of The Iliad at all, completely captures and enhances the emotional content. He has done an excellent job of producing smooth and listenable lines punctuated by modern interjections and speech that keep the narrative from floating beyond arm's reach. Logue, Christopher, 1926-. Publication date. Homer, Patroclus Greek mythology, Achilles Greek mythology, Epic poetry, Greek, Trojan War. Scorpion Press. inlibrary printdisabled internetarchivebooks americana. Digitizing sponsor. Robert Sonkowsky reads Chapter XVI The Death of Patroclus from Homers The Iliad. Considered to be one of the oldest extant works of Western literature, The Iliad tells the story of the Greek siege of the city of Troy in ancient Turkey. Patroclus is the close friend and brother-in-arms of Achilles, the Greek hero in the story. Achilles lends Patroclus his armor to lead an assault against the Trojans, who are attacking the Greek ships. In the reading, Patroclus assault saves the ships but results in his death at the hands of Hector, a prince of Troy and their mightiest warrior. Patrocleia of Homer book. Logues version of the sixteenth book of the Iliad, in which Patroclus. Logues version of the sixteenth book of the Iliad, in which Patroclus goes into battle in Achilles' armor, to fight off the Trojans who have come as far as the Greek ships. Signifies a major advance for the school of structural translation. Forward and post-script by D. Get A Copy. Christopher Logue obituary. Poet whose War Music was a stark rendition of Homer's Iliad. Mark Espiner. This was one of the diverse worlds that Logue encountered in his efforts to sustain an existence as a poet. When I got hold of a secondhand LP of The Death of Patroclus I was immediately captivated by the live dramatic storytelling. Redgrave softly spoke, Dobie thundered, but there was a voice that cut through with keen metallic fury. The poems are often dated to the 8th or 7th century BC whether Homer himself was the actual writer of his works, or whether they were largely gradationally built through oral transmission, is debated by scholars. Homer's works begin the Western Canon and have been continually, historically hailed as brilliant. Christopher Logue, Homer 4 - The Death Of XVI Of Homers Iliad. 2 버전. 77 Records. I, Christopher Logue, was baptised the year Many thousands of Englishmen, Fists clenched, their bellies empty, Walked day and night on the capital city. He wrote the couplet that is sung at the beginning and end of the film A High Wind in Jamaica 1965, the screenplay for Savage Messiah 1972, a television version of Antigone 1962, and a short play for the TV series The Wednesday Play titled The End of Arthur's Marriage 1965, which was directed. Selected poems, Faber and Faber, 1996 . In his brilliant rendering of eight books of Homer's Iliad , Logue here retells some of the most evocative episodes of the war classic, including the death of Patroclus and Achilles's fateful return to battle, that sealed the doom of Troy. Compulsively readable, Logue's poetry flies off the page, and his compelling descriptions of the horrors of war have a surreal, dreamlike quality that has been compared to the films of Kurosawa. Retaining the great poem's story line but rewriting every incident, Logue brings the Trojan War to life for modern audiences. Product Identifiers. Book XVI. Thus did they fight about the ship of Protesilaus. Then Patroclus drew near to Achilles with tears welling from his eyes, as from some spring whose crystal stream falls over the ledges of a high precipice. When Achilles saw him thus weeping he was sorry for him and said, Why, Patroclus, do you stand there weeping like some silly child that comes running to her mother, and begs to be taken up and carried- she catches hold of her mother's dress to stay her though she is in a hurry, and looks tearfully up until her mother carries