Der Läufer und sein Held



Eine Liebe In Attika Farbig, Grausam Und Anregend Ist Das Leben Im Klassischen Athen Zur Zeit Der Spartanerkriege Junge M Nner Messen Ihre Leistungen Auf Der Rennbahn Und Im Ring, Schulen Sich Im Gespr Ch Mit Dem Umstrittenen Sokrates, K Mpfen Im Bann Des Glanzvoll Egozentrischen Alkibiades Alexias Ist Sechzehn Jahre Alt, Als Er Dem Funfundzwanzigj Hrigen Lysis N Herkommt Die Liebe Und Freundschaft Der Beiden Bew Hrt Sich Auch Zu Zeiten Der Belagerung Und Hungersnot Und Schlie Lich Auf Dem Schlachtfeld Bei Der Befreiung AthensDer Läufer und sein Held

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[BOOKS] ✮ Der Läufer und sein Held  ✸ Mary Renault – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 496 pages
  • Der Läufer und sein Held
  • Mary Renault
  • German
  • 14 February 2018
  • 3426630893

10 thoughts on “Der Läufer und sein Held

  1. says:

    I cannot remember how I discovered Mary Renault s novels, but most likely at my local library which I haunted Although I read them all as a teenager, many years ago, their beauty and humanity are still a strong influence While The King Must Die and the Alexandrian books may have had a stronger impact, it is the delicacy of the relationship between the young lovers portrayed in The Last of the Wine that remains with me Because of her empathetic portrayal of love between men, many of Mary Renau I cannot remember how I discovered Mary Renault s novels, but most likely at my local library which I haunted Although I read them all as a teenager, many years ago, their beauty and humanity are still a strong influence While The King Must Die and the Alexandrian books may have had a stronger impact, it is the delicacy of the relationship between the young lovers portrayed in The Last of the Wine that remains with me Because of her empathetic portrayal of love between men, many of Mary R...

  2. says:

    Renault once again does a stellar job bringing Classical Greece to life with the story of Alexias, scion of a minor patrician family in Athens during the era when the city felt turmoil both from within and from without as they experienced not only the aggression of Sparta during Peloponnesian War, but also the existence of philosopher and iconoclast Sokrates At its core this is a tale about love, primarily the love of Alexias for his best friend and lover Lysis though it is also about the diff Renault once again does a stellar job bringing Classical Greece to life with the story of Alexias, scion of a minor patrician family in Athens during the era when the city felt turmoil both from within and from without as they experienced not only the aggression of Sparta during Peloponnesian War, but also the existence of philosopher and iconoclast Sokrates At its core this is a tale about love, primarily the love of Alexias for his best friend and lover Lysis though it is also about the different kind of love Alexias has for his step mother, one of the greatest nurturing elements of his life the muchcomplicated love he has for his father, a hard man of unbending principle and finally the love he has for ...

  3. says:

    Another gorgeous historical novel from Mary Renault I love how casually bisexual she paints Ancient Anthenian society It s entirely normal for two men to be lovers while having female mistresses and wives Only complaint is that I wanted to seeof the love relationship between Lysi...

  4. says:

    The Last of the Wine, although set in the ancient Greek world, like the Fire from Heaven trilogy, it s a very different work Even though the three works of the trilogy have some fabulous characters, and some fabulous character development, the action and the spectacle of Alexander s life is just as much as big a part of the book The Last of the Wine is very different Although it takes place in Greece in the fifth century BC, the time of the great upheaval caused by the Peloponnesian Wars, and The Last of the Wine, although set in the ancient Greek world, like the Fire from Heaven trilogy, it s a very different work Even though the three works of the trilogy have some fabulous characters, and some fabulous character development, the action and the spectacle of Alexander s life is just as much as big a part of the book The Last of the Wine is very different Although it takes place in Greece in the fifth century BC, the time of the great upheaval caused by the Peloponnesian Wars, and though the main character, Ale...

  5. says:

    Splendid Full of wisdom and grace The ending was worth the whole book I loved Phaedo the most

  6. says:

    Short review This is one of the best books I ve ever had the privilege of reading.Long review I put off finishing this book for a long time years but only because I love the characters so deeply, and based on the book s sad opening, I was afraid of a sad ending Normally this wouldn t cause me to hesitate, as I like sad endings, but in this case, I was so incredibly attached to the characters, I couldn t bear the thought of it.And the characters are, for me, the absolute heart of this book Short review This is one of the best books I ve ever had the privilege of reading.Long review I put off finishing this book for a long time years but only because I love the characters so deeply, and based on the book s sad opening, I was afraid of a sad ending Normally this wouldn t cause me to hesitate, as ...

  7. says:

    From the first sentence this novel has easily become my favourite I made it a tradition to read it each year and have done so now for the 15th time Some may call it obsessive, but I have to say that each time I read it I found something new in it that made me reflect on life in a different way You can not read a book and expect it to change your life, it will change your life at precisely the moment you need it The Last of the Wine has done that for me over and over again.First of all it i From the first sentence this novel has easily become my favourite I made it a tradition to read it each year and have done so now for the 15th time Some may call it obsessive, but I have to say that each time I read it I found something new in it that made me reflect on life in a different way You can not read a book and expect it to change your life, it will change your life at precisely ...

  8. says:

    I read this book for the first time in high school in 1999 when we were studying World History I re read it in 2010 and it is still one of my favorite books of all time It s very historical and beautifully written Overall it is incredibly brilliant I love ancient history, specifically Greece, so this book was a dream for me The book is set in Athens, Greece during the time of the Peloponnesian Wars and follows the life of Alexias, a young Greek boy We are able to experience Alexias life, I read this book for the first time in high school in 1999 when we were studying World History I re read it in 2010 and it is still one of my favorite books of all time It s very historical and beautifully written Overall it is incredibly brilliant I love ancient history, specifically Greece, so this book was a dream for me The book is set in Athens, Greece during the time of the Peloponnesian Wars and follows the life of Alexias, a young Greek boy We are able to experience Alexias life, love and loss Alexias has a relationship with his best friend Lysis There is implied homosexuality but that was accepted in ancient Greece Alexias also has a wife and family Alexias studies with Socrates and Plato What I enjoyed the most about this book is that while it is full of historical fact and accuracy the focus isabout culture and society and philosophy...

  9. says:

    This books relates the story of the Peloponesian wars and the decline of Athens from the perspective of a young boy growing into a man This in itself held my attention, but I found it evencompelling because of the historically relevent same sex relationship between the protagonist and his best friend and lover It was an eye opening experience because it is the first and only book I ve read with this ty...

  10. says:

    I saw death come for you, and I had no philosophy If you came for an easy read, I bid you to find some other book This book will rip your heart apart from the first paragraph, and will continue its sweet, beautiful torture till the end It will leave an emptiness inside you and a longing for something I still cannot put my finger on what it is I can t remember ever reading a book where grief and death were such a big part of it At times I couldn t bear it any and had to take a break fro I saw death come for you, and I had no philosophy If you came for an easy read, I bid you to find some other book This book will rip your heart apart from the first paragraph,...

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