Mythology

Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes

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MONSTERS, MORTALS, GODS, AND WARRIORS For over fifty years readers have chosen this book above all others to discover the thrilling, enchanting, and fascinating world of Western mythology. From Odysseus's adventure-filled journey to the Norse god Odi ...Continua
Chris Bacolas
Ha scritto il 14/12/11
Christopher James Bacolas

Christopher James Bacolas has strong greek roots, having the Greek namesake of Bacolas. Mythology has always intrigued Christopher James Bacolas.

Zoe
Ha scritto il 09/03/11

The most detailed Greek myths book writen in Chinese

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Ha scritto il 17/02/10
SPOILER ALERT

Fantastic!
Wonderful!
I don't like the story of the Golden Fleece because of Jason.

kl1277
Ha scritto il 17/09/08

I read this book when I was in high school, and i was deeply in love with the stories. If anyone is interested in Greek mythology, this book is highly recommended.

fruit
Ha scritto il 04/07/08
There’s Nothing Like the Greek Myth
History began with myth; be you Chinese, be you Vikings, be you American Indian, and be you Greek. Just try, and I mean, try hard to imagine once upon a time, way before we exist, our ancestors, our father’s father’s father and our mother’s mother’s...Continua

fruit
Ha scritto il May 13, 2008, 15:58
[Medea]This was too much. The torrent of Medea's wrongs burst forth. "You come to me?" she said -To me, of all the rrace of men?Yet it wis well you came.For I shall ease the burden of my heartIf I can make your baseness manifest. I saved you. Every m
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fruit
Ha scritto il May 13, 2008, 15:55
[Medea]
As her eyes fell upon Jason, Cupid swiftly drew his bow and shot a shaft deep into the maiden's heart. It burned there like a flame and her soul metled with sweet pain, and her face went now white, now red.
Pag. 123
fruit
Ha scritto il May 06, 2008, 15:53
[Hector bid farewell to his wife and little son]He turned to leave here, but first he held out his arms to his son. Terrified the little boy shrank back, afraid of the helmet and its fierce nodding crest. hector laughed and took the shining helmet fr...Continua
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fruit
Ha scritto il May 06, 2008, 15:49
[Troy's fall]
So it befell that by false cunning and pretended tears those were conquered whom great Diomedes had never overcome, nor savage Achilles, nor ten years of warfare, nor a thousand ships.
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fruit
Ha scritto il May 06, 2008, 15:48
[Andromache, Hector's wife, knew she couldn't against fate to save their son.]Weeping, my little one? There, there.You cannot know what waits for you.--How will it be? Falling down--down--all broken--And none to pity.Kiss me. Never again. Come closer
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