A Classical Storybook
Cornell University Press, Jan 1, 1970 - Classical literature - 245 pages
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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Aeneas Alexander Androclus Antigonos arms Ascanius asked beasts beautiful began boat body brigands bring brought called Callirhoe Calypso Candace Candaules carried cave Chaereas Chariclea Cleisthenes clothes Cnemon comrades cried Daphnis and Chloe Darius daughter dead dear death Dido embrace Euboea eyes fate father fear fire flocks friends gave gifts girl goats goddess gods gold Greek ground guests hair hand head heard heaven Hermocrates Hippocleides husband kill king kissed land laughed lion live look maids marriage Minerva Moon Morris Bishop mother Nausicaa never night ordered Phaeacians Pheidon pipe Polycrates Ptolemy queen replied robbers sail ships shouted sight silver slave sleep stood story sword tears tell Theagenes Theron Thyamis tion told tomb took trees Trimalchio Trojan Tyrians Ulysses whole wife wind wine wings wish woman words wounds young Zopyrus