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Translator's Supplement to Penelope I : Princess of Lakonia
We have produced a Paperback which offers the analytical background to the composition of Penelope I as a work of fiction. It leads readers through an exam-ination of the EARLY GREEK MYTHOLOGY as the Translator's Epilogue and Endnotes to the main title's content.
The book is intended for serious classical studies buffs.
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