Beautiful prose by Chechar! Of course, girls should be slaves. That wrath of yore is only found among hateful incels these dark days. And yet, what catches my attention more than the question of feminism is the selfish indignation of bright Achilles towards the common weal, the war effort of the mighty Achaeans. Where’s nationalism? Where’s the Führerprinzip?
2 thoughts on “The Iliad, book I”
Achilles is a warrior, not a visionary. Besides, when one is so much better than everybody else, one tends to look with disdain at the collective.
> “That wrath of yore is only found among hateful incels these dark days.”
Among volcel chads.
“… no more Achilles draws
His conquering sword in any woman’s cause.”
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