SHARED CONTENT – In Search of Lost Marbles
The Iliad written by Homer is an ancient Greek epic poem. Created in 762 B. C., it is one of the oldest books to ever live. The Iliad is a long book with a word count of 155,731 words. Being one of the two best epics from Homer, it is highly regarded by many. One day because of In Search of Lost Marbles, I will read this book. This blog post and review has persuaded me into reading this classical book. But, I will have to get a copy of it first and then read it. Maybe listen to the audiobook. Reading length says it will take ten hours and twenty-two minutes to finish.
Few people have reached such heights of greatness as to be remembered by their first name alone—people like Elvis, Moses, Cleopatra and Santa. So I figured there must be something remarkable about the ancient Greek poet known through the ages simply as Homer. I was right. Homer’s epic poem, The Iliad, tells of the warriors […]
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