The Iliad by Homer
Homer’s unforgettable epic of armed force, devastation and the heroic passions of men and women describes just a few days in the Trojan War. When the dashing hero Achilles loses a young girl prisoner, he decides to withdraw from the battle. The Greeks are stormed by the Trojan commander Hector, and Achilles allows his friend Patroclus to lead his troops to the rescue. Although the action is successful, Patroclus is killed. In a fury of rage and grief, Achilles exacts a terrible revenge…
Translated by Robert Fagles.
- Folio Society Fourth Impression No.858
- Publisher Folio Society, London; 1999
- Quarter Leather Hardback, 596 pp
- Illustrated by Grahame Baker with maps by Anna Karl and James Kemp
- Size 250 x 170mm, 2.2kg
Condition: Fine – Superb Unmarked Copy
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