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    Myths of the Greeks and Romans

    Grant, Michael, 1914-

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    Gods & heroes

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    Gods & heroes : myths and epics of ancient Greece

    Schwab, Gustav.

    Schwab's retellings of stories about Prometheus, Zeus, Heracles, Odysseus, and other ancient Greek gods and heroes are based on close adherence to the original sorces.

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    The complete idiot's guide to classical mythology

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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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    Homer's the Odyssey

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    Homer's the Odyssey

    A collection of seven critical essays on Homer's epic poem, arranged chronologically in order of their original publication.

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    Demeter and Persephone, the seasons of time

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    Demeter and Persephone, the seasons of time

    Richardson, I. M.

    Hades, the god of the dead, falls in love with Persephone, the maiden of spring, and steals her from her mother Demeter to be his bride and queen of the underworld.

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    I am Arachne

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    I am Arachne : fifteen Greek and Roman myths

    Spires, Elizabeth

    A retelling of fifteen Greek and Roman myths from the point of view of the main protagonist. Includes "Arachne," "Callisto," "Baucis and Philemon," and "Sisyphus."

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    Black ships before Troy

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    Black ships before Troy : the story of the Iliad

    Sutcliff, Rosemary.

    Retells the story of the Trojan War, from the quarrel for the golden apple, and the flight of Helen with Paris, to the destruction of Troy.

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