The Odyssey

By Homer, Homer
Homer's epic tale of travel, monsters and Gods in an accessible translation by W.H.D. Rouse. Richly imagined by the blind bard around 900 B.C.E., Homer's story follows Odysseus on a decade-long journey as he flees Cyclops, angers his gods, resists the Sirens, averts his eyes from Medusa and docks in exotic cities - ever longing to return to his wife and son. Read the epic story in this accessibly, lively and compelling translation, now available in an affordable Signet edition.


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About the Mass Market Paperbound

Publisher Not available
Publish date 07/05/2015
Pages 344
ISBN-13 9780451530684
ISBN-10 0451530683
Language English

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