Ariadne: A Novel of Ancient Crete June Rachuy Brindel

ISBN: 9780312049126

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Ariadne:  A Novel of Ancient Crete  by  June Rachuy Brindel

Ariadne: A Novel of Ancient Crete by June Rachuy Brindel
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As Minos plots against the matriarchy, as famine stalks the mountains and the people grow restive, Ariadne struggles to preserve her religion, her throne, and her life. Bold, handsome Theseus, prince of Athens, appears to offer help: but does he comeMoreAs Minos plots against the matriarchy, as famine stalks the mountains and the people grow restive, Ariadne struggles to preserve her religion, her throne, and her life. Bold, handsome Theseus, prince of Athens, appears to offer help: but does he come to save Ariadne—or destroy her?Ariadne is a sensitive and poetic interpretation of Minoan civilization at the end of its glory...

Like the best of Mary Renault, Ariadne clothes the bones of ancient mysteries in vivid flesh and blood. - Iris Cornelia Love, Classical archeologistAn awesome word-creation... Brindels premise and method were risky ones, retelling an ancient myth from unexpected points of view. Those risks made the unparalleled intensity of feeling she has captured and conveyed all the more a triumph. - Chicago Tribune



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