Book #124458

The Harvard Classics: the Odyssey of Homer

S. H. Buther, A. Lang, Charles W. Eliot

Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Publisher: New York: P. F. Collier & Son Corporation, 1937.

Price: $45.00

A Nearly Fine edition with little soiling to the boards and page edges ; IDENTITY is the central concern of The Odyssey, one of the world's oldest and most celebrated myths. The hero, Odysseus, has to travel through the Mediterranean Sea to return home after enduring many trials, including the slaying of the suitors of his wife, Penelope. Along the way, he meets many interesting characters, among them the Cyclops, the witch Circe, and the suitors themselves. In the end, Odysseus is able to return home and reclaim his throne.This classic tale of adventure is full of humor and excitement. It is sure to keep readers engaged from beginning to end.; Vol. 37; 8vo; 334 pages.