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The Iliad of Homer
Translated into English Blank Verse by William Cowper, [en] 1849

The Iliad of Homer
(1873 Translation by Theodore Alois Buckley), [en]

The Iliad
(Translated by Samuel Butler), [en]

The Iliad
(Translated by Edward, Earl of Derby), [en] 1864

The Iliad
(Translated by Alexander Pope), [en] 1899

The Iliad
(Translated by Andrew Lang), [en] 1891

Odysseus, the Hero of Ithaca
Adapted from the Third Book of the Primary Schools of Athens, Greece, [en] 1898

The Odyssey of Homer
(Translated by William Cowper), [en]

The Odyssey
(Translated by Samuel Butler), [en] 1900

The Odyssey
(Translated by Butcher and Lang), [en]

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Carrie Doyle
Carrie Doyle's mysteries are extra cozy. She loves keeping her readers guessing, but also appealing to their senses with charming scenes straight from East Hampton, quirky characters and mouthwatering food descriptions. When she is not writing her latest novel, Doyle is sure to be part of one of a myriad of projects, which may include co-writing with another author, doing magazine articles, interviewing celebrities, arranging events or cooking up a storm in the kitchen. As our Author of the Day, Doyle talks about why her books are so yummy, gives us some insights in the character of Antonia Bingham and reveals why East Hampton is her favorite place in the world.
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