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  • The Odyssey (Adaptation) |  Homer,Beatrice Sampatakou - adaptation

    The Odyssey (Adaptation)

    • ABRIDGED (45 mins)
    • By Homer, Beatrice Sampatakou - adaptation
    • Narrated By Jonathan Vickers
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    After ten long years of war and the fall of Troy, Greek hero Odysseus sets sail for his homeland. His voyage, however, is destined to take much longer than he expects. During his eventful journey, Odysseus comes across all sorts of monsters and mythical creatures and loses his ships and crew. When he finally reaches his beloved island, he finds his queen besieged by suitors who claim his throne. What tricks will Penelope resort to in her effort to avoid them?

  • The Iliad (Adaptation) |  Homer,Beatrice Sampatakou - adaptation

    The Iliad (Adaptation)

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    • By Homer, Beatrice Sampatakou - adaptation
    • Narrated By Jonathan Vickers
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    It is the ninth year of the Greeks' siege of Troy. Will the fighting go on forever? Achilles, the greatest of Greek heroes, is angered by Agamemnon and decides to withdraw from the battle. What is the reason for his wrath? Is there anything that will make him change his mind and return to the battlefield? Both armies have suffered tremendous losses, and the long war seems to be heading towards a stalemate.

  • Robinson Crusoe | Daniel Defoe,Margaret Elphinstone

    Robinson Crusoe

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    • By Daniel Defoe, Margaret Elphinstone
    • Narrated By Jonathan Vickers
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    Running away to sea brings adventure and wealth, but then come shipwreck and a desperate struggle for survival. Defying his parents, Robinson Crusoe goes to sea. He is captured by pirates but escapes to Brazil. He makes a fortune using slave labour to grow tobacco and sugar. He sails to Africa to bring back more slaves but is shipwrecked on an uninhabited island. Everyone else is drowned. For more than twenty years, he lives alone. He learns to hunt and fish and make shelter.

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