Welcome to the Trojan War Project! My name is Sarah and for eleven years I’ve been reading books and watching movies about the Trojan War. Finally I decided to start a blog for the purpose of keeping all my Trojan War-related reviews and ramblings in the same place. While in university I was lucky enough to study the Iliad twice, but I like to refer to myself as a Trojan War fangirl because I’m definitely not a scholar. I’m always learning new things about Homer’s epics and everything to do with them, so if you ever catch me writing something that’s incorrect, definitely let me know!

As Wikipedia says, “A full listing of works inspired by the Trojan War has not been attempted, since the inspiration provided by these events produced so many works that a list that merely mentions them by name would be larger than the full tale of the events of the war.” I realize that it’s impossible to read/watch/play/listen to everything based on the story of the Trojan War, but I suppose the “project” referred to in this blog’s title is my attempt to get as close as I can!

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4 Comments to “About”

  1. Dear Sarah,

    I’d like to send a review copy of my recent graphic novel Age of Bronze: Betrayal Part Two for consideration for review on The Trojan War Project. The book is the fourth volume in my retelling of the complete Trojan War. If you’d like to see a copy, I’ll be happy to mail one if you’ll provide me a mailing address. If you’d prefer to see a pdf of the book, I can send that instead.

    Eric Shanower

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