Tales of Troy and Greece
by Andrew Lang, H. J. Ford
Publisher: Longmans, Green 1907
Number of pages: 291
This thrilling collection recreates for young readers some of the central tales based on Greek mythology. They'll follow the harrowing adventures of Ulysses, meet the lovely Helen of Troy, behold the amazing Trojan horse, join Jason on his quest for the Golden Fleece, and learn about the legendary deeds of other remarkable Greek heroes.
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