Aphrodite In Aulis by George Moore
A rambling but charming tale of the loves of actor and Homer scholar Kebrun and Biote; and their sons Rhesos (sculptor), and Thrasillos (architect) who love Earines and Melissa respectively. Having perfected their trades in Athens, working on the Parthenon, they set to building a temple in Aulis. Despite storms and earthquakes due to Poseidon's anger, it is dedicated to Aphrodite. Rhesos carves the statue of Aphrodite from Earines.
- First Reprint New & Revised Edition
- Publisher William Heinemann Ltd, London; 1931
- Brown Cloth Hardback, 260 pp
- Size 235 x 150 mm, 17~3~4, 0.7 kg
Condition: Good – No Dust Jacket, Some Rubbing To Edges, No Inscriptions, Good Copy