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The Odyssey: A Folk Opera

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The Odyssey: A Folk Opera
Author: Joe Goodkin
Product Code: 04762
ISBN: 750532-04762
Product Format: Audio CD
Price:  $19.00

This folk opera of nine tracks, 24 songs, interprets the story of The Odyssey in song, invoking the spirit of the Ancient Greek bards who originally brought forth the timeless story. The Odyssey consists of 24 short songs sung by Joe Goodkin while playing the acoustic guitar. The performance is continuous and runs around 30 mins. The Odyssey is especially suited for high school and college classes reading The Odyssey, but can be adapted for audiences of any age with any level of familiarity with the story.

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The Wrath of Achilles

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The Wrath of Achilles
Author: Ed DeHoratius   Illustrator: Brian Delandro Hardison
Product Code: 7087
ISBN: 978-0-86516-708-7
Pages: 62
Product Format: Paperback
Price:  $12.00

You are Achilles, the greatest hero Greece has ever known. You fight with honor and pride. Your skills at arms are unmatched. You have never experienced defeat. But on the battlefields of Troy you have a decision to make: stay true to your code of honor and not fight, or come to the aid of your countrymen and win fame and glory, becoming an even greater legend.

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When in Rome: Best Cartoons of Pompeiiana Newsletter

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When in Rome: Best Cartoons of Pompeiiana Newsletter
Editor: Marie Carducci Bolchazy
Product Code: 7176
ISBN: 978-0-86516-717-9
Publisher: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Inc.
Pages: 80
Product Format: Paperback
Price:  $10.00

Who knew the ancient world could be so funny? This collection of cartoons was taken from the archives covering 26 years of publication of Pompeiiana, a newsletter devoted to student-developed material. Popular topics for the cartoons include Medusa (e.g., her chicken-haired cousin), Julius Caesar (e.g., Caesar reforms the colander), the Trojan War (e.g., Ulysses getting a Trojan warrior to shout his comments thus making the Trojan hoarse) as well as commentary on Caligula's horse in the senate (always voting "neigh"?) and Horatius playing cards or Horatius at bridge.

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