L’Osservatore Romano – Women Friends

L’Osservatore Romano – Women Friends

Women Friends – April 2018

For many centuries friendship was considered to be a solely masculine fact, a “lofty” sentiment, cathartic, which uplifted the spirit: Achilles and Patroclus, Euryalus and Nisus, and also David and Jonathan – literature and the text of the Bible itself offer us famous examples. Women remained rigorously excluded, their friendship was neither worthy of note nor merited being recounted and exalted in poems and songs.

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2018-04-16T06:36:59+00:00

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