The Golden Fleece: And the Heroes Who Lived Before Achilles
by Padraic Colum
Publisher: The Macmillan Company 1921
Number of pages: 404
Enter a world where harpies torment mortals, the Argonaut Orpheus sings, the mighty god Zeus wages war on the Titans, and Prometheus steals fire. Author Padraic Colum weaves the tales of Jason and his Argonauts with classic Greek mythology to create this captivating epic about life, war, and astounding beings who lived in a time long past.
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