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The Adventures of Odysseus
Discover the magic of Greek mythology in this beautifully illustrated series, retold in exciting detail for today's children.
This story, first told by Homer in one of the greatest works human genius ever composed, begins on the sandy beaches of Troy, circa 1180 BCE. The war is over. The Greeks, after ten long years of siege, have conquered the citadel of Troy, thanks to the cunning of Odysseus, King of Ithaca: he was the one to suggest they built a wooden horse which the unsuspecting Trojans would introduce into their city, along with the enemy hiding inside it. Then the Greeks would leave the belly of the horse and take the city from within.
Now the Greeks are ready to go back home victorious. Every king with his own fleet is sailing away, intent upon returning home. Most of them arrive sooner or later, but it is the fate of Odysseus to wander for ten long years, not because it was his wish, but because it was the will of the gods. According to Greek mythology, the gods rule over the lives of the mortals, but they always offer them opportunities to fight and change their fate. This is what happened to Odysseus