In our Atalanta book review, we outline how Jennifer Saint uses interpersonal relationships to make a Greek epic more approachable. Continue reading “‘Atalanta’ by Jennifer Saint: The story of the forgotten Argonaut”
In our Lies We Sing to the Sea book review, we want to illuminate how Sara Underwood uses the universality of teenage problems to let people know they aren’t alone, making Greek mythology more approachable in the process. Continue reading “‘Lies We Sing to the Sea’ by Sara Underwood: Set in the world of Homer’s ‘Odyssey,’ it shows young adults that people like them have always existed”
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