This book was required reading for my son as the literature component of his study of Ancient Greece and Rome. It’s a wonderful abridgment of the Iliad and the Odyssey, emphasizing brevity but maintaining an epic literary style. It’ll serve as a great foundation for a child’s future study of Homer’s actual works, and has already inspired me to be reading the Iliad for myself. Highly recommended!
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