This idiosyncratic and humorous version of the story of Theseus and his eventful life full of incident, adventure and danger, culminates in his heroic defeat of the Minotaur. Tony Robinson is an actor and co-writes "Tales from Fat Tulip's Garden" for Central Television. Richard Curtis is a television scriptwriter. Previous books they have written together include "Odysseus the Greatest Hero of Them All" and "Odysseus II - the Journey through Hell".
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