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Here is a new comic-book version of Euripides’s classic The Trojan Women, which follows the fates of Hekabe, Andromache, and Kassandra after Troy has been sacked and all its men killed. This collaboration between the visual artist Rosanna Bruno and the poet and classicist Anne Carson attempts to give a genuine representation of how human beings are affected by warfare. The Here is a new comic-book version of Euripides’s classic The Trojan Women, which follows the fates of Hekabe, Andromache, and Kassandra after Troy has been sacked and all its men killed. This collaboration between the visual artist Rosanna Bruno and the poet and classicist Anne Carson attempts to give a genuine representation of how human beings are affected by warfare. Therefore, all the characters take the form of animals (except Kassandra, whose mind is in another world).


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Here is a new comic-book version of Euripides’s classic The Trojan Women, which follows the fates of Hekabe, Andromache, and Kassandra after Troy has been sacked and all its men killed. This collaboration between the visual artist Rosanna Bruno and the poet and classicist Anne Carson attempts to give a genuine representation of how human beings are affected by warfare. The Here is a new comic-book version of Euripides’s classic The Trojan Women, which follows the fates of Hekabe, Andromache, and Kassandra after Troy has been sacked and all its men killed. This collaboration between the visual artist Rosanna Bruno and the poet and classicist Anne Carson attempts to give a genuine representation of how human beings are affected by warfare. Therefore, all the characters take the form of animals (except Kassandra, whose mind is in another world).

54 review for Trojan Women

  1. 5 out of 5

    prashant

    leave me with the stones. i’m made of stones. i weep stones. and when i’ve wept all the stones there are, i’ll be done. such a unique way to present a tragedy i loved this anne carson is a genius

  2. 4 out of 5

    Flingornas herre

    Otroligt fult tecknad men mot slutet var jag så förförd att jag börja gilla det med!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Antonio Delgado

    Anne Carson’s translations are always a modern version of the very old world we still have not fully detach from. In this version of Euripides, the world is collapsing and decaying. But that collapsing and decaying is an act of disappearance know and experience since the two wars of the last century. Rosanna Bruno’s art carries on the drama and the action in a living way. Her own interpretation of Carson’s interpretation is revealing and refreshing. From Baldwin to Beckett, we still go on eve wh Anne Carson’s translations are always a modern version of the very old world we still have not fully detach from. In this version of Euripides, the world is collapsing and decaying. But that collapsing and decaying is an act of disappearance know and experience since the two wars of the last century. Rosanna Bruno’s art carries on the drama and the action in a living way. Her own interpretation of Carson’s interpretation is revealing and refreshing. From Baldwin to Beckett, we still go on eve when can’t go on. On.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ksenia

    Unsurprisingly excellent, I was waiting for this one. Anne Carson is a splendid Euripides translator, she understands and speaks his dramatic language, bar none; occasionally - makes it better (like in this case, due to the fact that "Trojan Women" is not exactly a masterpiece of tragedy). Loved the illustrations and overall artistic direction as well. Reimagining classics is what keeps them fresh and exciting and there is no such thing as too much great drama. Unsurprisingly excellent, I was waiting for this one. Anne Carson is a splendid Euripides translator, she understands and speaks his dramatic language, bar none; occasionally - makes it better (like in this case, due to the fact that "Trojan Women" is not exactly a masterpiece of tragedy). Loved the illustrations and overall artistic direction as well. Reimagining classics is what keeps them fresh and exciting and there is no such thing as too much great drama.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Edward Sullivan

    An impressive graphic novel version of Euripides's The Trojan Women, which follows the fates of Hekabe, Andromache, and Kassandra after Troy has been sacked and all its men killed. An impressive graphic novel version of Euripides's The Trojan Women, which follows the fates of Hekabe, Andromache, and Kassandra after Troy has been sacked and all its men killed.

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    Phillip Dupesovski

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