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    Bull

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    Bull : a novel

    Elliott, David, 1947- author.

    A modern twist on the Theseus and Minotaur myth, told in verse.

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    Lost in the labyrinth

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    Lost in the labyrinth : a novel

    Kindl, Patrice.

    Fourteen-year-old Princess Xenodice tries to prevent the death of her half-brother, the Minotaur, at the hands of the Athenian prince, Theseus, who is aided by Icarus, Daedalus, and her sister Ariadne.

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    Minotaur

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    Minotaur

    Simpson, Phillip W., author.

    "Reimagining the Greek myth of the notorious half man, half beast, this book tells the tale of Asterion the Minotaur, recorded by the famous Roman poet Ovid"--Amazon.com.

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    The minotaur

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    The minotaur

    Schulte, Mary Knudson, 1958-

    Presents information on minotaurs, or half-man, half-bull creatures from Greek mythology, covering the tales of King Minos and Theseus, its appearance in Picasso's paintings as well as in popular culture and sculpture, and as the name of a rocket for launching satellites into space.

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    The hero and the minotaur

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    The hero and the minotaur : the fantastic adventures of Theseus

    Byrd, Robert.

    Theseus performs many heroic deeds and then attempts to defeat a terrible beast known as the Minotaur.

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    Daedalus and the minotaur

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    Daedalus and the minotaur

    Galloway, Priscilla, 1930-

    Retells the Greek myth of Daedalus, an inventor who flees Athens with his young son Icarus after being unjustly accused of murdering his nephew, and ends up in another dangerous situation when he is commanded by King Minos to build a labyrinth to hide a child monster, the Minotaur.

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    Theseus and the Minotaur / Toon Graphics

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    Theseus and the Minotaur / Toon Graphics

    Pommaux, Yvan.

    Relates the Greek myth about the feats of Theseus, the son of both a man and a god, including his defeat of the Minotaur in the maze of King Minos of Knossos in Crete.

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