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About the Author

Robert Graves (1895–1985) is the author of the historical novel I, Claudius, the classic war memoir Goodbye to All That, and more than 140 other published works, including translations of Homer and Suetonius for Penguin Classics.

Rick Riordan (introduction) is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, the Kane Chronicles, and the Heroes of Olympus. More than twenty million copies of his books are in print. After teaching middle school English and history for fifteen years, he now writes full time in San Antonio, Texas, where he lives with his wife and two sons.

Ross MacDonald (cover illustrator) is an illustrator, comic-book artist, and contributing editor of the Virginia Quarterly Review whose illustrations have appeared in The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Newsweek, and Time, among other magazines. He lives in Connecticut.

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1.           The Pelasgian Creation Myth      
2.           The Homeric and Orphic Creation Myths              
3.           The Olympian Creation Myth      
4.           Two Philosophical Creation Myths           
5.           The Five Ages of Man     
6.           The Castration of Uranus             
7.           The Dethronement of Cronus     
8.           The Birth of Athene        
9.           Zeus and Metis 
10.         The Fates           
11.         The Birth of Aphrodite   
12.         Hera and Her Children   
13.         Zeus and Hera   
14.         Births of Hermes, Apollo, Artemis, and Dionysus
15.         The Birth of Eros             
16.         Poseidon’s Nature and Deeds     
17.         Hermes’s Nature and Deeds       
18.         Aphrodite’s Nature and Deeds   
19.         Ares’s Nature and Deeds             
20.         Hestia’s Nature and Deeds          
21.         Apollo’s Nature and Deeds          
22.         Artemis’s Nature and Deeds       
23.         Hephaestus’s Nature and Deeds
24.         Demeter’s Nature and Deeds     
25.         Athene’s Nature and Deeds        
26.         Pan’s Nature and Deeds
27.         Dionysus’s Nature and Deeds     
28.         Orpheus              
29.         Ganymedes        
30.         Zagreus
31.         The Gods of the Underworld
32.         Tyche and Nemesis         
33.         The Children of the Sea 
34.         The Children of Echidne
35.         The Giants’ Revolt
36.         Typhon 
37.         The Aloeids
38.         Deucalion’s Flood
39.         Atlas and Prometheus
40.         Eos        
41.         Orion
42.         Helius   
43.         The Sons of Hellen          
44.         Ion        
45.         Alcyone and Ceyx           
46.         Tereus  
47.         Erechtheus and Eumolpus           
48.         Boreas 
49.         Alope    
50.         Asclepius            
51.         The Oracles       
52.         The Alphabet     
53.         The Dactyls        
54.         The Telchines    
55.         The Empusae     
56.         Io          
57.         Phoroneus          
58.         Europe and Cadmus       
59.         Cadmus and Harmonia  
60.         Belus and the Danaids   
61.         Lamia   
62.         Leda     
63.         Ixion     
64.         Endymion           
65.         Pygmalion and Galatea 
66.         Aeacus 
67.         Sisyphus              
68.         Salmoneus and Tyro      
69.         Alcestis
70.         Athamas             
71.         The Mares of Glaucus    
72.         Melampus          
73.         Perseus
74.         The Rival Twins 
75.         Bellerophon
76.         Antiope
77.         Niobe   
78.         Caenis and Caeneus       
79.         Erigone
80.         The Calydonian Boar      
81.         Telamon and Peleus       
82.         Aristaeus            
83.         Midas   
84.         Cleobis and Biton            
85.         Narcissus            
86.         Phyllis and Carya             
87.         Arion    
88.         Minos and His Brothers 
89.         The Loves of Minos        
90.         The Children of Pasiphaë             
91.         Scylla and Nisus
92.         Daedalus and Talos        
93.         Catreus and Althaemenes            
94.         The Sons of Pandion       
95.         The Birth of Theseus      
96.         The Labours of Theseus 
97.         Theseus and Medea       
98.         Theseus in Crete             
99.         The Federalization of Attica        
100.       Theseus and the Amazons           
101.       Phaedra and Hippolytus
102.       Lapiths and Centaurs     
103.       Theseus in Tartarus        
104.       The Death of Theseus    
105.       Oedipus              
106.       The Seven Against Thebes           
107.       The Epigoni        
108.       Tantalus              
109.       Pelops and Oenomaus   
110.       The Children of Pelops   
111.       Atreus and Thyestes       
112.       Agamemnon and Clytaemnestra               
113.       The Vengeance of Orestes           
114.       The Trial of Orestes        
115.       The Pacification of the Erinnyes 
116.       Iphigeneia Among the Taurians 
117.       The Reign of Orestes      
118.       The Birth of Heracles     
119.       The Youth of Heracles   
120.       The Daughters of Thespius          
121.       Erginus 
122.       The Madness of Heracles             
123.       The First Labour: The Nemean Lion         
124.       The Second Labour: The Lernaean Hydra              
125.       The Third Labour: The Ceryneian Hind    
126.       The Fourth Labour: The Erymanthian Boar           
127.       The Fifth Labour: The Stables of Augeias
128.       The Sixth Labour: The Stymphalian Birds
129.       The Seventh Labour: The Cretan Bull
130.       The Eighth Labour: The Mares of Diomedes         
131.       The Ninth Labour: Hippolyte’s Girdle       
132.       The Tenth Labour: The Cattle of Geryon 
133.       The Eleventh Labour: The Apples of the Hesperides          
134.       The Twelfth Labour: The Capture of Cerberus
135.       The Murder of Iphitus    
136.       Omphale             
137.       Hesione              
138.       The Conquest of Elis       
139.       The Capture of Pylus      
140.       The Sons of Hippocoön  
141.       Auge     
142.       Deianeira            
143.       Heracles in Trachis          
144.       Iole       
145.       The Apotheosis of Heracles         
146.       The Children of Heracles              
147.       Linus     
148.       The Argonauts Assemble              
149.       The Lemnian Women and King Cyzicus   
150.       Hylas, Amycus, and Phineus        
151.       From the Symplegades to Colchis            
152.       The Seizure of the Fleece             
153.       The Murder of Apsyrtus
154.       The Argo Returns to Greece
155.       The Death of Pelias        
156.       Medea at Ephyra             
157.       Medea in Exile  
158.       The Foundation of Troy 
159.       Paris and Helen
160.       The First Gathering at Aulis         
161.       The Second Gathering at Aulis    
162.       Nine Years of War           
163.       The Wrath of Achilles     
164.       The Death of Achilles     
165.       The Madness of Ajax      
166.       The Oracles of Troy        
167.       The Wooden Horse        
168.       The Sack of Troy              
169.       The Returns       
170.       Odysseus’s Wanderings 
171.       Odysseus’s Homecoming

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Penguin Classics; Deluxe edition (April 24, 2012)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 793 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0143106716
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0143106715
  • Reading age ‏ : ‎ 18 years and up
  • Grade level ‏ : ‎ 12 and up
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 1.92 pounds
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 8.41 x 5.6 x 2.15 inches
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ROBERT GRAVES (1895-1985) was an English poet, translator, and novelist, one of the leading English men of letters in the twentieth century. He fought in World War I and won international acclaim in 1929 with the publication of his memoir of the First World War, Good-bye to All That. After the war, he was granted a classical scholarship at Oxford and subsequently went to Egypt as the first professor of English at the University of Cairo. He is most noted for his series of novels about the Roman emperor Claudius and his works on mythology, such as The White Goddess.

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