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This beautiful story tells the adventures of Ulysses, known as Odyssey in Greece, sailing the Mediterranean Sea. Huge storms lashing his boat because of the Sea God?s will, Poseidon. However, Ulysses is protected by Athena, the goddess of wisdom. In the meanwhile, in his homeland, Ithaca?s Island, his wife Penelope and his son Telémaco are waiting for him until Telemaco will go in search of his father?s news. But in Ithaca have been installed Penelope?s suitors , who want to convince her that her husband has died and who spend their days at Ulysses? palace eating and drinking ... Even if nothing is known with certainty, it seems that in the Eight Century b.C., a greek minstrel called Homer, - blind according to the tradition- wrote this history, the Odyssey, that told the adventures lived by Ulysses from his departure form Troy until his arrive, twenty yaers later, at Ithaca. The Odyssey is a wonderful poem, written many, many years ago: nearly three thousand! The Odyssey is written in Greek, in 12,110 verses. Rights sold to Canada

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En aquest bellíssim relat es narren les aventures que viu Ulisses –conegut com a Odisseu a Grècia– tot navegant per la Mediterrània.

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Descripción Edebé, 2007. Condición: New. This beautiful story tells the adventures of Ulysses, known as Odyssey in Greece, sailing the Mediterranean Sea. Huge storms lashing his boat because of the Sea Gods will, Poseidon. However, Ulysses is protected by Athena, the goddess of wisdom. In the meanwhile, in his homeland, Ithacas Island, his wife Penelope and his son Telémaco are waiting for him until Telemaco will go in search of his fathers news. But in Ithaca have been installed Penelopes suitors , who want to convince her that her husband has died and who spend their days at Ulysses palace eating and drinking . . . Even if nothing is known with certainty, it seems that in the Eight Century b. C. , a greek minstrel called Homer, - blind according to the tradition- wrote this history, the Odyssey, that told the adventures lived by Ulysses from his departure form Troy until his arrive, twenty yaers later, at Ithaca. The Odyssey is a wonderful poem, written many, many years ago: nearly three thousand! The Odyssey is written in Greek, in 12,110 verses. Rights sold to Canada *** Nota: EL COSTE DE ENVÍO A CANARIAS ES 9.99 EUROS. Si ha realizado un pedido con destino a CANARIAS no podemos hacer el envío con el coste actual. Nos pondremos en contacto con usted para comunicar el coste total del envío a Canarias y si está de acuerdo, Abebooks le efectuará el cargo adicional. Nº de ref. del artículo: 2020771

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Descripción EDEBE, 2018. Condición: Nuevo. This beautiful story tells the adventures of Ulysses, known as Odyssey in Greece, sailing the Mediterranean Sea. Huge storms lashing his boat because of the Sea God?s will, Poseidon. However, Ulysses is protected by Athena, the goddess of wisdom. In the meanwhile, in his homeland, Ithaca?s Island, his wife Penelope and his son Telémaco are waiting for him until Telemaco will go in search of his father?s news. But in Ithaca have been installed Penelope?s suitors , who want to convince her that her husband has died and who spend their days at Ulysses? palace eating and drinking . Even if nothing is known with certainty, it seems that in the Eight Century b.C., a greek minstrel called Homer, - blind according to the tradition- wrote this history, the Odyssey, that told the adventures lived by Ulysses from his departure form Troy until his arrive, twenty yaers later, at Ithaca. The Odyssey is a wonderful poem, written many, many years ago: nearly three thousand! The Odyssey is written in Greek, in 12,110 verses. Rights sold to Canada. Nº de ref. del artículo: 0781650007

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