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Wife Galatea is expected to be obedience and humility personified but it is not long before she learns to use her beauty as a form of manipulation In a desperate bid by her obsessive. Haven t you ever touched a statueA short troubling story of a woman sculpted of stone who is treated with disdain cruelty by her creator Why cannot I find a maiden such as this for my wife Why must such perfection by marble not fleshThe moral of the tale even if you think a woman has a heart of stone don t assume this to be the case She could surprise you And don t think she won t have her revenge Shout out to Asa Seeing this on Asa s to read list caught my eye or I d never have heard of this gemhttpswwwgoodreadscomreviewshow

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Galatea Author Madeline Miller

Husband to keep her under control she is locked away under the constant supervision of doctors and nurses But with a daughter to rescue she is determined to break free whatever the cos. Came across this one and was surprised to find a short story by Miller I hadn t known about I found the interpretation of Galatea s story interesting seeing how the transformation from statue to human might or might not fit into society I didn t entirely gather what was going on in the beginning with the visits from doctors etc but it didn t take long for the bizarre situation to feel like a new normal I would ve loved to see this as a full novel but as a snippet of a retelling it proved to be an interesting one Too short to gain any full attachmentstrong opinions but a fun idea to work with nonetheless

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In Ancient Greece a skilled marble sculptor has been blessed by a goddess who has given his masterpiece – the most beautiful woman the town has ever seen – the gift of life Now his. Love this writer got to know her in last years with her books most well known Circe but also The Song of Achilles love her take on classicalmythical stories This story is wonderful and intriguing as well for my taste this story could have been a full fletch book the storyline is very suitable So much too short but then again I love short stories too Same dark and brooding character as her other books Loved it Too short Hoping for a new book by this writer soon Recommended More thoughts later as usual


10 thoughts on “Galatea Author Madeline Miller

  1. says:

    Haunting and brutal Madeline Miller owns my mythology loving ass

  2. says:

    Love this writer got to know her in last years with her books most well known Circe but also The Song of Achilles love her take on 'classical

  3. says:

    For a short story “Galatea” packs a wallop I love Greek myths but they leave out much of the mortal emotions and this book made Galatea’s

  4. says:

    Pygmalion and Galatea by Laurent Pêcheux 1784 Galatea is a short stand alone story and normally I wouldn't have bothered with it Ho

  5. says:

    Haven't you ever touched a statue?A short troubling story of a woman sculpted of stone who is treated with disdain cruelty by her creator Why cannot I find a maiden such as this for my wife? Why must such perfection by marbl

  6. says:

    Beautiful horrifying powerful A story of such beauty and economy it left me breathless and stunned and yes gratified in its conclusion The power of her words to create a fully living woman was like the power of the sculptor

  7. says:

    A very short story of Galatea and Pygmalion And in this retelling Paphos is a girlI wish it was longer Anyway th

  8. says:

    Came across this one and was surprised to find a short story by Miller I hadn’t known about I found the interpretation of Galatea

  9. says:

    This is definitely a sad retelling of Galatea's mythological tale Carved and sculpted by Pygmalion Galatea — a beautiful

  10. says:

    A re telling of the tale of Pygmalion and Galatea While that tale has a happy ending this one does notit gives its own spin to the uote 'hell hath no fury like a woman scorned'

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