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The Iliad - Introduction Post by :enternow Category :Nonfictions Author :Homer Date :January 2011 Read :931

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The Iliad - Introduction

THE ILIAD OF HOMER


Rendered into English Prose for

the use of those who cannot

read the original

 

by Samuel Butler

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