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Story Hour Courses for Children



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Greek Myths, The Iliad and The Odyssey



As Conducted by the
Children's Department, J906-J907




Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh



ive cents postpaid



Children's Story Hours

1906-1907

Six years ago the year after the children's story hour v as
established in this Library stories from Homer were told with
great success. This year the same stories will be told to t\ie
older children, while a program of Greek myths has been pre-
pared for trie younger children, both programs, together with
references to sources, being printed herewith. A large Dumber
of copies of the best books containing stories from Greek litera-
ture have been purchased and will be placed on the "story
hour" shelves at the branch libraries. As heretofore, the story
hour for the older children will be held on Friday afternoons,
beginning with the first week in November. The story hour
for the little children will be held on Tuesday afternoons at the
Wylie Avenue and\East Liberty branches, on Thursday after-
noons at the Lawrenceville branch, and on Friday afternoons
at the West End, Mount Washington and Hazelwood branches.



Story Hour Course for the Older Children

The Siege of Troy
Story i. The Apple of Discord
Baldwin, James.



The golden apple. (In his Story of the golden age, p.QS-

107.) ................................................. j88s Big

Clarke, Michael.

Troy before the siege, and The judgment of Paris. (In

Clarke, Michael. Story of Troy, p.iQ-37-) ............ J88a Hysic

Cox, Sir G. W.

GEnone. (In his Tales of*ancient Greece, p. 167-172.) ...... J2Q2 C85

Francillon, R. E.

The apple of discord. (In his Gods and heroes, p.276-28i.) . . J2Q2 F86
Guerber, H. M. A.

The Trojan war. (In her Myths of Greece and Rome,

P-305-308.) ........................................... J2Q2 GQS

Tennyson, Alfred, lord.

CEnone. (In his Works, v.i, p.is8-i68.) ................ 821 T2Q v.i

Story 2. The League Against Troy

Baldwin, James.

The golden apple, and two other chapters. (In his Story

of the golden age, p. 107-109; 154-169; 205-219.) ........ J88s Big

Clarke, Michael.

The judgment of Paris, and The league against Troy. (In

Clarke, Michael. Story of Troy, p. 37-50.) ............ J88s Hysic

Cox, Sir G. W.

(Enone. (In his Tales of ancient Greece, p. 172-174.) ...... J2g2 C85

Guerber, H. M. A.

The Trojan war. (In her Myths of Greece and Rome,

p.3o8-3i2.) .......................................... J2g2 Ggs

Witt, C.

Paris and Helen. (In Witt, C. Tales of Troy, p.5-8.) . . . . J88s W82

Story 3. The Beginning of the Trojan War

Baldwin, James.

An unwilling hero, and two following chapters. (In his

Story of the golden age, p. 220-251.) ........... ......... J88s Big

Brooks, Edward.

The beginning of the Trojan war. (In his Story of the
Iliad, p.22-33.) ..................................... j88s



28&202



Bulfinch, Thomas.

The Trojan war. (In his Age of fable, p. 257-260.) J2Q2 687

Church, A. J.

Iphigenia in Aulis. (In his Stories from the Greek trage-
dians, p.p8-i 15.) J882 46

Clarke, Michael.

The league against Troy, and Beginning of the war. (In

his Story of Troy, p.5-75-) J88s

Cook, A. S.

Ulysses and Penelope, and Ulysses plows the seashore.

(In Cook, A. S. Story of Ulysses, p.io-i8.) J88s

Cox, Sir G. W.

Iphigeneia. (In his Tales of ancient Greece, p. 177-178.) . . . . J2Q2 C8s
Guerber, H. M. A.

The Trojan war. (In her Myths of Greece and Rome,

p.3i2-3i8.) J2Q2 695

Witt, C.

The Greeks at Aulis, and two following chapters. (In his

Tales of Troy, p.Q-i8.) J88a W82

Story 4. The Quarrel of the Chiefs

Brooks, Edward.

The quarrel of the chiefs, and Agamemnon's deceitful dream.
(In Brooks, Edward. Story of the Iliad, p.34-62.) . 0883

Church, A. J.

The quarrel, and The assembly. (In his Story of the Iliad,

P^=^J^777. 77777: J883

The same; abridged. (In his Stories from Homer, p.i-

16.) J883 H75S

Clarke, Michael.

The wrath of Achilles, and The dream of Agamemnon.
(In Clarke, Michael. Story of Troy, p.76-io8.) J883

Homer.

The contention of Achilles and Agamemnon, and The
trial of the army. (In Homer. Iliad; tr. by W. C.
Bryant, v.i, p.i-66.) 883

How Agamemnon and Achilles fell out at the siege of
Troy, and How Zeus beguiled Agamemnon by a dream.
(In Homer. Iliad; done into English prose by Andrew
Lang and others, p. 1-48.) 883

Witt, C.

The quarrel of Agamemnon and Achilles. (In Witt, C.

Tales of Troy, p.ip-22.) J883 W82



Story 5. The Duel of Paris and Menelaus

Brooks, Edward.

The combat between Paris and Menelaus, and The broken



Brooks, Edward continued.

covenant. (In Brooks, Edward. Story of the Iliad,

p.63-82.) J88s Hysibr

Church, A. J.

Duel of Paris and Menelaiis, and The broken oath. (In

Church, A. J. Story of the Iliad, p-34-53.) J883 Hysich

The same; abridged. (In Church, A. J. Stories from

Homer, p.i7-2Q.) J883 Hyss

Clarke, Michael.

Combat between Menelaus and Paris. (In Clarke, Michael.

Story of Troy, p. 109-123.) j88s Hysic

Homer.

How Menelaos and Paris fought in single combat, and
How Pandaros wounded Menelaos by treachery. (In
Homer. Iliad; done into English prose by Andrew
Lang and others, p.49-8i.) 883 Hysi

Single combat of Menelaus and Baris, and The breaking
of the truce. (In Homer. Iliad; tr. by W. C. Bryant,
v.i, p.67-iii.) . . 883 Hys

Witt, C.

Duel between Paris and Menelaus. (In Witt, C. Tales of

Troy, p.23-27.) J883 W82

Story 6. The Duel Between Hector and Ajax

Brooks, Edward.

Meeting of Hector and Andromache, and Combat between
Hector and Ajax. (In Brooks, Edward. Story of the
Iliad, p. 101-126.) J883 Hysibr

Church, A. J.

Hector and Andromache, and The duel of Hector and Ajax.

(In Church, A. J. Story of the Iliad, p.82-iO2.) 3883 Hysich

The same; abridged. (In Church, A. J. Stories from

Homer, p.46-63.) J883 Hyss

Clarke, Michael.

The first great battle. (In his Story of Troy, p. 137-148.) . . J883 Hysic

Cox, Sir G. W.

Hektor and Andromache. (In Cox, Sir G. W. Tales of

ancient Greece, p. 193-199.) J2Q2 C8s

Homer.

Hector and Andromache, and The combat of Hector and
Ajax. (In Homer. Iliad; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.i,
p.i62-i95.) 883 Hys

How Hector bade farewell to Andromache, and Of the
single combat between Aias and Hector. (In Homer.
Iliad; done into English prose by Andrew Lang and
others, p. 1 18-142.) 883 Hysi

Witt, C.

Hector and Ajax. (In Witt, C. Tales of Troy, p.32-35.) . ^883 W82



Story 7. The Battle of the Plain

Baldwin, James.

Before Troy, and The king's messengers. (In his Wonder-
book of horses, p. 184-190.) 3398 Bigw

Brooks, Edward.

Jupiter aiding the Trojans, and The embassy to Achilles.

(In Brooks, Edward. Story of the Iliad, p. 127-146.) . . J883
Church, A. J.

The battle on the plain, and The embassy to Achilles. (In

Church, A. J. Story of the Iliad, p. 103-141.) J883

The embassy to Achilles. (In Church, A. J. Heroes and

kings, p.98-i26.) J88s H75icu

Clarke, Michael.

The second battle. (In his Story of Troy, p. 149-161.) .. 0883
Homer.

How Zeus bethought him of his promise to avenge
Achilles' wrong, and How Agamemnon sent an em-
bassage to Achilles. (In Homer. Iliad; done into Eng-
lish prose by Andrew Lang and others, p. 143-182.) 883

The second battle, and The embassy to Achilles. (In

Homer. Iliad; tr. by W.C.Bryant, v.i, p. 196-251.) 883 H75

Story 8. The Deeds and Death of Patroclus

Baldwin, James.

The fierce fight. (In his Wonder-book of horses, p. 190-

I95-) J398 Bigw

Brooks, Edward.

The battle at the ships, and three following chapters. (In

his Story of the Iliad, p. 183-249.) 3883 Hysibr

Bulfinch, Thomas.

The Iliad. (In his Age of fable, p. 265-268.) J2Q2 687

Church, A. J.

The battle at the ships, and three following chapters. (In

his Story of the Iliad, p.178-223.) J883 H75ich

The same; abridged. (In his Stories from Homer, p. 92-

128.) J883 H75S

Clarke, Michael.

The battle at the ships. (In his Story of Troy, p.i66-

192.) J883 H75ic

Cox, Sir G. W.

Achilleus. (In Cox, Sir G. W. Tales of ancient Greece,

p.i8i-i84.) J2Q2 C85

Homer.

Continuation of the fourth battle, and five following books.

(In his Iliad; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.2, p.i-i8o.) 883 H75

Poseidon stirreth up the Achaians to defend the ships,
and five following books. (In Homer. Iliad; done
into English prose by Andrew Lang, p. 245-377.) 88 3



Witt, C.

Patroclus. (In Witt, C. Tales of Troy, p.45-5i.) 3883 W82

Story 9. The Exploits of Achilles

Brooks, Edward.

Achilles and Agamemnon reconciled, and The battle at the
river. (In Brooks, Edward. Story of the Iliad, p. 250-

277.) J88s Hysibr

Bulfinch, Thomas.

The Iliad. (In his Age of fable, p.268-27i.) 3292 B8y

Church, A. J.

The battle of the gods. (In his Heroes and kings, p. 127-

142.) J88s

The making of the arms, and three following chapters.

(In his Story of the Iliad, p.224-258.) J883

The same; abridged. (In h^g Stories from Homer, p. 129-

140.) J883 H75S

Clarke, Michael.

End of the wrath of Achilles. (In Clarke, Michael. Story

of Troy, p.i93~2O7.) J883

Homer.

How Thetis asked new armour of Hephaistos, and three
following books. (In Homer. Iliad; done into English

prose by Andrew Lang and others, p. 377-433.) 883

Vulcan engaged by Thetis to forge a new suit of armor for
Achilles, and three following books. (In Homer.
Iliad; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.2, p. 180-258.) 883



Story 10. The Slaying of Hector

Baldwin, James.

yEthon and Galathe, and The thread of fate. (In his

Wonder-book of horses, p. 201-207.) J3Q8 Bigw

Brooks, Edward.

The death of Hector, and three following chapters. (In

Brooks, Edward. Story of the Iliad, p.278-356.) J883 Hysibr

Bulfinch, Thomas.

The Iliad. (In his Age of fable, p.27i-27S.) J2Q2 687

Church, A. J.

.The funeral games of Patroclus. (In Church, A. J.

Heroes and kings, p. 143-164.) : J883 Hysicu

The slaying of Hector, and two following chapters. (In

Church, A. J. Story of the Iliad, p.2s8~3i2.) J883 H75ich

The same; abridged. (In Church, A. J. Stories from

Homer, p.i4i-i73.) J883 H75S

Clarke, Michael.

Death of Hector. (In Clarke, Michael. Story of Troy,
p. 207-222.) J883



Cox, Sir G. W.

Achilleus. (In Cox, Sir G. W. Tales of ancient Greece,

p.i8s-i88.) J292 85

Homer.

Death of Hector, and two following books. (In Homer.

Iliad; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.2, p.258-355.) . , 883

How Achilles fought with Hector, and two following
books. (In Homer. Iliad; done into English prose by

Andrew Lang and others, p-434-503.) 883

Witt, C.

Achilles and Hector, and Priam in the Greek camp. (In

Witt, C. Tales of Troy, p.S2-6o.) J883 W82

Story ii. The Fall of Troy

Baldwin, James.

The great wooden horse. (In his Wonder-book of horses,

p.2io-224.) J3Q8 Bigw

.Brooks, Edward.

The fate of Troy. (In his Story of the Iliad, p.357~368.) . . J88s Hysibr
How the city of Troy was taken, and The destruction of
the city of Troy. (In his Story of the yEneid, p.35~

57-) J873 V34ab

Bulfinch, Thomas.

The fall of Troy. (In his Age of fable, p.276-286.) J2Q2 687

Church, A. J.

The horse of wood, and The sack of Troy. (In his Stories

from Virgil, p. 1-19.) j&73 V34

Story of Troy. (In his Stories of the old world, p. 171-

182.) J2Q2 C46

Clarke, Michael.

Fall and destruction of Troy. (In his Story of Troy,

p.223-24i.) J883

The wooden horse. (In his Story of yEneas, p. 19-34.) j^73
Cook, A. S.

Ulysses at Troy, and The wooden horse. (In her Story

of Ulysses, p.2o-28.) J883

Guerber, H. M. A.

The wooden horse. (In her Myths of Greece and Rome,

P-332-336.) J2Q2 695

Witt, C.

The destruction of Troy. (In his Tales of Troy, p.64-68.) . .3883 W82

The Wanderings of Ulysses
Story 12. Adventures of Ulysses with the Lotus-eaters and the Cyclops

Brooks, Edward.

The land of the lotus eaters, and The land of the Cyclops.

(In his Story of the Odyssey, p.24-53.) J883 H75obr

8



Bulfcnch, Thomas.

Adventures of Ulysses. (In Bulfinch, Thomas. Age of

fable, p.290-294.) J2Q2 B8y

Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Odysseus relates his adventures, and four following chap-
ters. (In their Odysseus, p. 56-72.) j88a

Church, A.J.

The Cyclops. (In his Story of the Odyssey, p.ioi-

1 18.) J88s

The Cyclops. (In his Stories of the old world, p.i82-

192.) J2Q2 46

The same. (In his Stories from Homer, p. 177-192.) J883 Hyss

The same. (In Shahan, T. J. ed. Book of famous myths

and legends, p. 174-185.) J2Q2 852

Cook, A. S.

Ulysses visits the island' of Forgetfulness, and The giant

Polyphemus. (In her Stary of Ulysses, p. 29-37.) J88s Hysoc
Cox, Sir G. W.

The lotus-eaters, and Odysseus and Polyphemos. (In

Cox, Sir G. W. Tales of ancient Greece, p. 199-212.) .. .J2Q2 C85
Guerber, H. M. A.

Adventures of Ulysses. (In her Myths of Greece and

Rome, p.337-346.) J2Q2 695

Homer.

The Ciconians, lotus-eaters and Cyclops. (In his Odyssey;

tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.i, p.176-199.) 883

The Cyclops. (In his Odyssey; tr. by G. H. Palmer,

p.i30-i4*6.) 883

Odysseus relates what befell him. (In Homer. Odyssey;
done into English prose by S. H. Butcher and Andrew

Lang, p. 135-152.) 883

Lamb, Charles.

The Cicons; The fruit of the lotos-tree; Polyphemus and

the Cyclops. (In his Adventures of Ulysses, p. 1-12.) . . J883
Marvin, F. S. and others.

How Odysseus escaped from the Cyclops. (In their Ad-
ventures of Odysseus, p.74-87.) J883

Perry, W. C.

The wanderings of Odysseus. (In Perry, W. C. Boy's

Odyssey, p. 1 1-24.) J883

Tennyson, Alfred, lord.

The lotos-eaters. (In his Works, v.i, p. 204-212.) 821 T2Q v.i

Story 13. The Kingdom of the Winds and the House of Circe

Brooks, Edward.

The isle of /Solus, and The isle of the enchantress Circe.

(In his Story of the Odyssey, p. 54-82.) J883 Hysobr

Bulfinch, Thomas.

Circe. (In his Age of fable, p. 294-296.) J2Q2 687

Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Adventures of Odysseus on the island of ^Eolus, and two



Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A. continued.

following chapters. (In Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme

Z. A. Odysseus, p.72-83.) j88s Hysob

Church, A.J.

^Eolus; The Laestrygons; Circe. (In his Story of the

Odyssey, p.no-i36.) j88s Hysoch

The island of yEolus; The Laestrygons; Circe. (In Church,

A. J. Stories from Homer, p. 193-204.) j88s Hyss

The same. (In Church, A. J. Stories of the old world,

p. 192-198.) J2Q2 46

The same. (In Shahan, T. J. ed. Book of famous myths

and legends, p. 186-193.) 3292 852

Cook, A. S.

^olus and the bag of winds, and two following chapters.

(In her Story of Ulysses, p.38-50.) j88s Hysoc

Cox, Sir G. W.

Odysseus and Kirke. (In Cox, Sir G. W. Tales of ancient

Greece, p.2i3-2i8.) J2Q2 C8s

Dobson, Austin.

Prayer of the swine to Circe. (In his Old-world idyls,

p.i8i-i85.) 821 D6s

Guerber, HL M. A.

Adventures of Ulysses. (In her Myths of Greece and

Rome, p.346-349-) J2Q2 695

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. ,

Circe's palace. (In his Tanglewood tales, p.93-122.) . . . .qJ2g2 Hs6t
Homer.

Aeolus, the Laestrygonians and Circe. (In Homer.

Odyssey; tr. by G. H. Palmer, $.147-164.) 883 Hysop

yolus, the Lestrygonians and Circe. (In Homer. Odys-
sey; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.i, $.199-224.) 883 Hyso

Odysseus, his entertainment by Aeolus. (In Homer.
Odyssey; done into English prose by S. H. Butcher and

Andrew Lang, p.i53-i7i.) 883

Lamb, Charles.

The kingdom of the winds; The Laestrygonian man-eaters,
and The house of Circe. (In his Adventures of Ulysses,

p. 12-24.) J883

Marvin, F. S. and others.

How Odysseus was entertained by Circe. (In Marvin, F.

S. and others. Adventures of Odysseus, p.88-iO3.) . . J883 Hysom
Perry, W. C.

The island of yEolus. (In Perry, W. C. Boy's Odyssey,

P-25-38.) J88 3 Hy 5 ope



Story 14. The Visit to the "Land of Shades"

Brooks, Edward.

Ulysses' visit to the regions of the dead. (In Brooks,

Edward. Story of the Odyssey, p.83~96.) J883 Hysobr

10



Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Adventures of Odysseus in Hades, and two following

chapters. (In their Odysseus, p. 84-94.) J883 Hysob

Church, A. J.

The dwellings of the dead. (In his Story of the Odyssey,

P-I37-I55 ) J88 3 Hysoch

The same. (In his Heroes and kings, p. 165-184.) j88s Hysicu

The regions of the dead. (In his Stories of the old world,

p. 199-200.) J2Q2 46

The same. (In his Stories from Homer, p. 205-207.)'. j88s Hyss

The same. (In Shahan, T. J. ed. Book of famous myths

and legends, p. 194-196.) J2Q2 852

Cook, A. S.

The shadow land. (In her Story of Ulysses, p. 51-54.) . . j88s Hysoc
Homer.

The land of the dead. (In his Odyssey; tr. by G. H.

Palmer, p. 165-184.) 883 Hysop

Odysseus, his descent intoTiell. (In Homer. Odyssey;
done into English prose by S. H. Butcher and Andrew

Lang, p.i72-i9i.) 883 Hysob

Visit of Ulysses to the land of the dead. (In Homer.

Odyssey; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.i, p. 224-252.) 883 Hyso

Lamb, Charles.

The voyage to hell. (In his Adventures of Ulysses, p. 24-

33-) J883 Hysol 4

Marvin, F. S. and others.

How Odysseus visited the house of death. (In their Ad-
ventures of Odysseus, p. 104-112.) J883 Hysom

Perry, W. C.

Odysseus and the ghosts. (In Perry, W. C. Boy's Odys-
sey, p.38-42.) J883 Hysope



Story 15. The Song of the Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis, and the Oxen

of the Sun

Brooks, Edward.

The sirens and Scylla and Charybdis. (In his Story of the

Odyssey, p.97-i 15.) J883 Hysobr

Bulfinch, Thomas.

Sirens. (In his Age of fable, p. 296-299.) J2Q2 B8y

Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Return of Odysseus to the island of Circe, and two follow-
ing chapters. (In Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Odysseus, p.94-io5.) J883 Hysob

Church, A.J.

The sirens; Scylla; The oxen of the sun. (In his Story of

the Odyssey, p. 156-171.) J883 Hysoch

Scylla; The oxen of the sun; Calypso. (In his Stories of

the old world, p. 200-204.) J2Q2 C 4 6

The same. (In his Stories from Homer, p. 207-213.) J883 Hyss

The same. (In Shahan, T. J. ed. Book of famous myths

and legends, p. 196-200.) J2Q2 852

ii



Cook, A. S.

The sirens, and two following chapters. (In her Story of
Ulysses, p.55-64-) .................................. J88s

Cox, Sir G. W.

Odysseus and the seirens, and The cattle of Helios. (In

Cox, Sir G. W. Tales of ancient Greece, p. 219-230.) . . . . J2Q2 C85

Guerber, H. M. A.

Adventures of Ulysses. (In her Myths of Greece and

Rome, p.350-354-) .................................... J2Q2 695

Homer.

Odysseus, his passage by the sirens and by Scylla and

Charybdis. (In Homer. Odyssey; done into English

prose by S. H. Butcher and Andrew Lang, p. 192-206.) . .883

The sirens; Scylla and Charybdis. (In his Odyssey; tr.

by W. C. Bryant, v.i, p. 252-272.) ...................... 883

The sirens, Scylla, Charybdis and the kine of the sun. (In
his Odyssey; tr. by G. H. Palmer, p. 185-198.) ......... 883

Lamb, Charles.

The song of the sirens; Scj r lla and Charybdis; The oxen

of the sun. (In his Adventures of Ulysses, p.34~45.) . 0883
Lowell, J. R.

The sirens. (In his Complete poetical works, p. 2-3.) . . . .811

Marvin, F. S. and others.

How Odysseus passed by the sirens and Scylla. (In their

Adventures of Odysseus, p. 113-123.) ................ J883 750111

Perry, W. C.

Circe's sage advice. (In his Boy's Odyssey, p.42-52.) . 0883



Story 1 6. The Island of Calypso and the Shipwreck on the Coast of

Phaeacia
Brooks, Edward.

Ulysses leaves the island of Ogygia. (In Brooks, Edward.
btory of the Odyssey, p.i7i-i83.) .................. J883

Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Odysseus on the island of Calypso, and two following
chapters. (In Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.
Odysseus, p.2i-3i.) ................................ 3883

Church, A. J. '

Ulysses on his raft. (In Church, A. J. Stories of the old

WOrld, p.2IO-22O.) ..................................... J2Q2 C46

The same. (In Church, A. J. Stories from Homer, p. 245-

261.) ............................................... J883 Hyss

The same. (In Shahan, T. J. ed. Book of famous myths

and legends, p. 223-234.) ............................... J2Q2 852

Ulysses on his raft. (In Church, A. J. Story of the

Odyssey, p.55-69-) ................................ J883

Cook, A. S.

Calypso and the raft, and The sea-bird's gift. (In her Story

of Ulysses, p.65-;2.) ................................ J883



Cox, Sir G. W.

Odysseus and Kalypso. (In Cox, Sir G. W. Tales of

ancient Greece, p. 230-237.) 3292 85

Homer.

Departure of Ulysses from Calypso. (In Homer.

Odyssey; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.i, p. 100-121.) 883

The gods command Calypso to send away Odysseus. (In
Homer. Odyssey; done into English prose by S. H.

Butcher and Andrew Lang, p.76-9i.) 883

The raft of Odysseus. (In Homer. Odyssey; tr. by G. H.

Palmer, p.72-87.) 883

Lamb, Charles.

The island of Calypso, and The tempest. (In his Adven-
tures of Ulysses, p.46-59.) J883

Marvin, F. S. and others.

How Odysseus came to the land of the sea-kings. (In

their Adventures of Odysseus, p. 37-47.) J883

Perry, W. C.

Athene aids Odysseus. (In Perry, W. C. Boy's Odyssey,
p.52-6>.) J883



Story 17. The Princess Nausicaa

Brooks, Edward.

Ulysses' meeting with Nausicaa and Alcinous, and two fol-
lowing chapters. (In Brooks, Edward. Story of the

Odyssey, p.i84-22o.) 3*883

Bulfinch, Thomas.

The Phseacians. (In his Age of fable, p. 303-308.) 3*292 B8y

Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Nausicaa is sent to the river by Athena, and four other
chapters. (In Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Odysseus, p.3i~56; 105-109.) 3*883

Church, A.J.

Nausicaa, and three other chapters. (In his Story of the

Odyssey, p.70 - ioi; 172-178.) 3883

Nausicaa and Alcinous. (In Church, A. J. Stories of the

old world, p.2io-22O.) 3292 C46

The same. (In Church, A. J. Stories from Homer,

p.245-26i.) J883 H75S

The same. (In Shahan, T. J. ed. Book of famous myths and

legends, p.223-234.) 3*292 852

Cook, A. S.

Nausicaa's washing, and three other chapters. (In Cook,

A. S. Story of Ulysses, p.73-88; 111-113.) 3*883 H75OC

Cox, Sir G. W.

Odysseus and Nausikaa. (In Cox, Sir G. W. Tales of

ancient Greece, p. 237-242.) 3*292 C85

Homer.

The landing in Phaeacia, and three other books. (In his
Odyssey; tr. by G. H. Palmer, p.88-i3o; 199-204.) 883

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H omer continued.

Nausicaa and Odysseus, and three other books. (In Homer.
Odyssey; done into English prose by S. H. Butcher and
Andrew Lang, p.p2-i35; 207-213.) .................... 883

Ulysses discovered by Nausicaa, and three other books.
(In Homer. Odyssey; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.i, p. 121-
175; v.2, p.i-Q.) ...................................... 88

Lamb, Charles.

The princess Nausicaa. (In his Adventures of Ulysses,
p.6o-76.) .............................. . ........... J883

Marvin, F. S. and others.

How Odysseus met the princess Nausicaa, and three other
chapters. (In Marvin, F. S. and others. Adventures
of Odysseus, p.48-73; 124-126.) .................... J883

Perry, W. C.

Athene and Nausicaa. (In Perry, W. C. Boy's Odyssey,
P.67-99-) .......................................... J88 3



Story 1 8. The Adventures of Telemachus

Brooks, Edward.

Telemachus and Penelope, and four other chapters. (In

Brooks, Edward. Story of the Odyssey, p. 116-170;

241-246.) ........................................ J883

Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A.

Athena advises Telemachos, and eight following chapters.

(In Burt, M. E. & Ragozin, Mme Z. A. Odysseus,

p.i23-is8.) ........................................ J883

Church, A. J.

The counsel of Athene, and five other chapters. (In his

Story of the Odyssey, p. 1-54; 200-213.) ............ J8&3 H75och

Telemachus and Penelope, and two other chapters. (In

Church, A. J. Stories from Homer, p. 214-235; 271-

273-) ............................................... J88 3 H75S

The same. (In Shahan, T. J. ed. Book of famous myths and

legends, p. 201-216; 241-242.) ................. .......... J2Q2 852

Cook, A. S.

Penelope's weaving, and three following chapters. (In

Cook, A. S. Story of Ulysses, p.Sp-uo.) ............ J883

Homer.

Council of the gods, and four other books. (In his

Odyssey; done into English prose by S. H. Butcher and

Andrew Lang, p. 1-75; 240-258.) ...................... 883

Council of the gods, and four other books. (In his

Odyssey; tr. by G. H. Palmer, p.i-7i; 230-247.) ...... 883

Visit of Pallas to Telemachus, and four other books. (In

Homer. Odyssey; tr. by W. C. Bryant, v.i, p.i-ioo; v.2,


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