CoolBeat Audiobook 023

Tales of Ancient Troy
by: Walter Montgomery

Read by: David Mitchell -- Time: 2 hours 22 minutes

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On the plain between the Greek fleet and the Trojan walls, Heroes clash in a decade of epic contests.

[Children - classic Greek fiction] Originally published 1892.

Edited by: Joel Nicholas

Homer's classical poem "Illiad", recomposed as prose for Children. The events of the story occur over several weeks in the 10th and final year of the war.


  1. Sulky Achilles
  2. Menelaus and Paris
  3. General Agamemnon
  4. The Deeds of Diomed
  5. Diomed and Glaucus become Friends
  6. Hector and Andromache
  7. The Fatal Gifts
  8. The Thunder-Storm
  9. Old Nestor's Advice
  10. The Night Adventure of Ulysses and Diomed
  11. The Battle goes against the Greeks
  12. The Conflict at the Wall
  13. The Death of Patroclus
  14. The Fight around the Body of Patroclus
  15. Achilles and his New Armor
  16. The Reconciliation of Achilles and Agamemnon
  17. The Exploits of Achilles
  18. The Death of Hector
  19. The Funeral Rites of Patroclus
  20. Hector's Body ransomed and buried
  21. The End of the Siege

About the author:

Walter Montgomery was a writer for the Estes & Lauriat publishers of Boston in the late 1800's. He edited several children's books including The Boys of the Sierras, Stories of the French Revolution, and The Adventures of Ulysses.


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ISBN 978-1-937880-23-1

Audience = Children 6-10
Fiction Subject = Classic Greek Fiction
(Traditional stories)
DDC = 883 (Literature / Hellenic literatures; Classical Greek / Classical Greek epic poetry & fiction)
BISAC = JUV022020 (JUVENILE FICTION / Legends, Myths, Fables / Greek & Roman)

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