Agamemnon son of Atreus was troubled, so that he could get no rest
The son of Atreus shouted aloud and bade the Argives gird themselves for battle while he put on his armour
Then brave Hector leaped inside with a face as dark as that of flying night
Meriones, peer of fleet Mars, then led the way till they came to the part of the host which Idomeneus had named
When she heard this Juno smiled, and still smiling she laid the girdle in her bosom.
Hector made straight for Ajax, and the two fought fiercely about the same ship
I wanted to make sure to properly introduce The Neversink Library- on sale Summer 2011. This is an undertaking of Melville House- and I am proud to make you aware of this wonderful collection. To be able to bring back into print titles from, in some cases, over forty-years ago and to introduce titles for the […]
One of my favorite Mark Twain aphorisms is, “A classic is something that everyone wants to have read but no one wants to read.” I agreed wholeheartedly. I ran into a friend on the train this morning, and told her that I’ve decided to take on Crime and Punishment. She gasped and said “WHY?” and I said, […]