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Tales of Troy and Greece Kindle Edition
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Andrew Lang was born at Selkirk in Scotland on March 31, 1844. He was a historian, poet, novelist, journalist, translator, and anthropologist, in connection with his work on literary texts. He was one of the most important collectors of folk and fairy tales. A prolific author, Lang published more than 100 works during his career. His collections of Fairy books preserved and handed down many of the better-known folk tales from the time and influenced J. R. R. Tolkien's writing.
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Easy read to brush up on greek mythology
on 13 June 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I like it because it gives a great insight into Greek mythology in a very understandable way. Since English is my second language I appreciate an easy reading book.
on 24 April 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
on 13 November 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
A bit odd but it was worth it
on 15 May 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
The book is not bad. But I found a bit odd the author's way of telling the stories. I know these myths are widely known, but the author kept giving away information too soon. I don't like to learn prematurely that a character that is fighting today will die tomorrow. I also think the author used too much detail in some parts and too little in others. And I didn't like very much the narrator's voice.
on 6 January 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
Pretty decent recap of the tales told in our child hood. It's ok and has some entertainment but not worth re reading