The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
Memorable retelling of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, written for younger readers by Ireland's great poet and illustrator, recalls the perilous journey of Odysseus and his encounters with the horrid Cyclops, treacherous Sirens, and evil Circe as they attempt to keep the hero from his faithful Penelope. 16 black-and-white illustrations.
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Achilles Agamemnon Aias Alcinous amongst Antinous armour arrow bade battle beggar bring bronze brought Calypso captains cave Chapter chariot Chryseis City companions council cried Cyclops dost drove Eteoneus Eumaeus Eurycleia Eurylochus Eurymachus father father's house feast fell fight fire gate goddess gods Greeks guest hall hands heard heart Hector Helen host house of Odysseus immortal Island Ithaka King Priam lady Laertes land Laodamas looked lord maiden Menelaus minstrel mother Nausicaa Nestor nymph Pallas Athene Patroklos Peisistratus Peleus Penelope Phaeacians Phemius prayed Pylos renowned sails shield ship shouted slain slay slew speak spear spoke stayed stood stranger swineherd sword Telemachus tell Theoclymenus Thetis thine thou art thou hast thou wouldst told took Trojans Troy wagon wall wandering war of Troy warriors wife wilt winds wine Wooden Horse wooers youth Zeus