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Greek lays, idylls, legends, &c

Elizabeth Mayhew Waller Edmonds

Greek lays, idylls, legends, &c

a selection from recent and contemporary poets.

by Elizabeth Mayhew Waller Edmonds

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Published by Trübner in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Greek literature.,
  • Greek poetry.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTranslated by E.M. Edmonds, with introduction and notes.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 288 p.
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16582726M

    The myth relating to this island is a little complicated. Aphrodite (the goddess of love and beauty) fell in love with Adonis (a beautiful demi-god).Adonis had a best friend, Milos, who was married to Pelia. Milos and Pelia had a son, named Milos after his father. When Ares (Aphrodite’s husband and god of war) found out that Aphrodite had an affair with Adonis, he killed him, under the guise. London / New York: MacMillan and Co. Ltd., 1st edition thus. pp. Series adverts. /4" x /4". Original publisher's pale pink paper covers printed in dark maroon.

    published by D. C. Heath and Company in For the complete listing of the books that are published by Yesterday’s Classics, please visit Yesterday’s Classics is the publishing arm of the Baldwin Online Children’s Literature Project which presents the complete text of hundreds of classic books for children at. RECENT PUBLICATIONS. Thanks are due to Messrs. B. Westermann & Co., New York, for material furnished. AMERICAN. Cebes' Tablet [Greek]; with Introduction, Notes.

      Nothing else about McPherson can be traced, save three glancing references: the first, in a note on translation in one of the early issues of the Journal of Hellenic Studies (); the second, in the dedication to Elizabeth Edmonds's Greek Lays, Idylls, Legends &tc.   There are so many great books introducing Greek myth and legend to young fresh minds, that it’s worth reminding ourselves of some of the many remarkable books are out there. Many of these wonderful books with Greek mythological themes are often accompanied by fantastic illustrations making them great for the imaginative minds of kids and teenagers. Lovers of Greek mythology will .


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Edmonds.IDYLLS CONTENTS. IDYLLS 1 - 4. 1. Thyrsis 2. The Spell 3. The Serenade 4. The Herdsmen. IDYLLS 5 - 5. The Goatherd & the Shepherd 6. A Country Singing Match 7. The Harvest-Home 8. Second Country Singing-Match 9. Third Country Singing-Match The Reapers The Cyclops.

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