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Greek and Roman Mythology - World's Best Collection - 50+ Legendary Works – Complete Works of Euripides Homer Ovid Sophocles and Many More - cover

Greek and Roman Mythology - World's Best Collection - 50+ Legendary Works – Complete Works of Euripides Homer Ovid Sophocles and Many More

Lillian Kathleen Homer, Ovid Ovid, Hesiod, Aesop Aesop, Euripides Euripides, Aeschylus Aeschylus, Aristophanes Aristophanes, Apollonius, Apulieus, Virgil Virgil, Sophocles Sophocles

Publisher: Imagination Books

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The Ultimate Greek and Roman Mythology Collection This is the world’s best Greek and Roman Mythology collection available, including the most complete set of all the ancient Greek and Roman writer’s works plus many extra free bonus materials. The Most Complete Mythology Collection Available In this irresistible, must-have collection you get All the Legendary Ancient Writers, such as Homer, Virgil and many more - All their plays, All their books, All their works and rarities all in one place. Plus Free Bonus Material. Multiple Translations And Explanations Of Works In addition, you will also get 2 other important benefits: - Multiple translations of many of the works, covering their translation into Rhyming Verse, Blank Verse and Prose. - In-Depth Footnotes, Introductions and Explanations. Included Works: Works Of Homer: The Iliad Alexander Pope Translation - Verse Samuel Butler Translation - Prose Earl Of Derby Translation - Verse Lang, Leaf, Myers Translation - Prose William Cowper Translation - Blank Verse The Odyssey Alexander Pope Translation - Verse Samuel Butler Translation - Prose Lang, Butcher Translation - Prose William Cowper Translation - Blank Verse Works Of Ovid: Heorides Ars Amorica, Amores (The Love Poems) Metamorphoses Works Of Sophocles: The Oedipus Trilogy: Antigone King Oedipus Oedipus At Colonos Aias Electra The Trachinian Maidens Philoctetes Works Of Virgil: The Aeneid - Prose The Aeneid - Verse Ecologues Georgics Works Of Apollonius: Argonautica (Jason And The Argonauts,The Golden Fleece) Works Of Quintus: Posthomerica Works Of Hesiod: Work And Days Theogony Homerica And Hymns (including many rarities such as ‘Contest between Hesiod and Homer’ and ‘the Small Iliad’) Works Of Euripides: Andromache Rhesus Hecuba Ion Heracles Heracliedae Helen Electra Cyclops Alcestis Orestes Phoenissae Medea Hippolytus Bacchae Iphigenia In Aulide Iphigenia In Tauris Trojan Women Works Of Apuleius: The Golden Ass Apologia (A Discourse In Magic) Works Of Apollodorus: Library Works Of Aesop: Complete Fables Works Of Aeschylus: Persians Prometheus Bound Seven Against Thebes Suppliants Agamemnon Libation Bearers Eumenides Choepori Works Of Aristophanes: The Eleven Comedies Plus: Biographies of each of the Writers - Details of their colorful histories, intriguing personal lives and remarkable adventures in the ancient world. Get This Collection Right Now This is the best Greek and Roman Mythology collection you can get, so get it now and start enjoying and being inspired by the world of Heroes and Legends like never before!

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