The Iliad: Easyread Large Bold Edition
Butlers magnum opus, this is an outstanding prose translation of Homers Iliad. The ancient saga concerns events of the tenth year of siege of the city of Troy. Depicting Trojan War, an epic tale of fight and clashes of fates ordained by god and efforts undertaken by men, this is an engrossing work. A true classic!
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