CoolBeat Audiobook 024

The Adventures of Ulysses
by: Walter Montgomery

Read by: David Mitchell -- Time: 2 hours 47 minutes

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A powerful sorceress, horrid monsters, terrific storms, scheming usurpers, and the gods themselves, all conspire to prevent Ulysses from returning to his home in Ithaca.

[Children - classic Greek fiction] Originally published 1892.

Edited by: Joel Nicholas

Homer's classical poem "Odyssey", recomposed as prose for Children. The events of the story occur over a ten-year period, following the Trojan War.


  1. The Cyclops Polyphemus
  2. Circe the Enchantress
  3. The Descent into Hades
  4. The Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis, and the Shipwreck
  5. Telemachus starts in Search of his Father, Ulysses
  6. Telemachus at the Court of Menelaus
  7. Ulysses at the Island of Calypso
  8. Ulysses at the Court of Phaeacia
  9. Ulysses' Return to Ithaca
  10. The Return of Telemachus and his Meeting with Ulysses
  11. Ulysses, disguised as a Beggar, visits his Palace
  12. Ulysses recognized by his Old Nurse
  13. The Trial of the Bow
  14. Ulysses makes Himself known to his Wife and Father

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 Tales of Ancient Troy.


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ISBN 978-1-937880-24-8

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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