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    The Cyclopes

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    The Cyclopes

    Evslin, Bernard.

    Describes the origins of the cyclopes, their work as servants to the gods, and their memorable encounter with Ulysses.

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    Scylla and Charybdis

    Evslin, Bernard.

    Describes the origins of the monsters who lived on either side of the Strait of Messina, wreaking havoc on sailors seeking passage.

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    The sirens

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    The sirens

    Evslin, Bernard.

    Describes the origins of the sirens, half-women, half-birds, who lured sailors to their deaths with their irresistible voices, and relates their encounter with Ulysses.

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    The furies

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    The furies

    Evslin, Bernard.

    A retelling of the myths associated with the terrible goddesses of vengeance who lived in Hades and punished people for every kind of crime.

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    The Hydra

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    The Hydra

    Evslin, Bernard.

    Recounts the myth of the hundred-headed creature which was slain by the hero Hercules.

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