A Classical Storybook

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Morris Bishop
Cornell University Press, Jan 1, 1970 - Classical literature - 245 pages
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Comedy, tragedy, realism and fantasy are woven into this collection of Greek and Roman narratives of love, war, and sea adventures.

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Ulysses and Nausicaa by Homer
Rhampsinitus and the Robbers by Herodotus
Zopyrus the Double Agent by Herodotus

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Morris Bishop (1893-1973) was educated & taught for many years at Cornell University. One of the worlds most lucid & knowledgeable commentators on the Middle Ages, he was also a biographer, a translator, & a masterly writer of light verse.

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