Book club on April 16: “The Song of Achilles” by Madeline Miller

This time we’re turning to ancient Greece.

Harry Keller
Feb 18, 2019 · 2 min read
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After learning all about sleep, it’s time to read a novel again and we’re going all the way back to Greek mythology with this work of historical fiction. It’s of course based on the Iliad, but tells Achilles’s story from a new angle.

So if you’re curious, get yourself a copy and join us on the 16th of April:
German
: Das Lied des Achill
English: The Song of Achilles

Please note that the main discussion will be in German … we welcome anyone to join though and if you fancy a parallel discussion in English, you could encourage other non-German speakers in the Facebook event to join us:

We meet on Tuesday, April 16th, 6:45pm at our diesdas.digital office (Oranienstraße 6, 10997 Berlin).

We then head over to Amrit for the discussion. Please add yourself to the Facebook event or let me know directly that you’re coming. This is important for booking a table of the right size. Thank you!

Happy reading and see you in April! 🙏📚🇬🇷

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diesdas.direct

Thoughts, observations and learnings from Berlin-based digital studio diesdas.digital.

Harry Keller

Written by

Grand millennial with a teenage mind: always curious, mostly optimistic, annoyingly idealistic. Developer and partner at @diesdasdigital.

diesdas.direct

Thoughts, observations and learnings from Berlin-based digital studio diesdas.digital.

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