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Text of the Illiad (by Ian Johnston)

Book 1: The Quarrel by the Ships
Book 2: Agamemnon's Dream and The Catalogue of Ships
Book 3: Paris, Menelaus, and Helen
Book 4: The Armies Clash
Book 5: Diomedes Goes to Battle
Book 6: Hector and Andromache
Book 7: Hector and Ajax
Book 8: The Trojans Have Success
Book 9: Peace Offerings to Achilles
Book 10: A Night Raid
Book 11: The Achaeans Face Disaster
Book 12: The Fight at the Barricade
Book 13: The Trojans Attack the Ships
Book 14: Zeus Deceived
Book 15: Battle at the Ships
Book 16: Patroclus Fights and Dies
Book 17: The Fight Over Patroclus
Book 18: The Arms of Achilles
Book 19: Achilles and Agamemnon
Book 20: Achilles Returns to Battle
Book 21: Achilles Fights the River
Book 22: The Death of Hector
Book 23: The Funeral Games for Patroclus
Book 24: Achilles and Priam

Text of the Odyssey ( by Ian Johnston)

Book 1: Athena Visits Ithaca
Book 2: Telemachus Prepares for his Voyage
Book 3: Telemachus Visits Nestor in Pylos
Book 4 Telemachus Visits Menelaus in Sparta
Book 5: Odysseus Leaves Calypso's Island and Reaches Phaeacia
Book 6: Odysseus and Nausicaa
Book 7: Odysseus at the Court of Alcinous in Phaeacia
Book 8: Odysseus is Entertained in Phaeacia
Book 9: Ismarus, the Lotus Eaters, and the Cyclops
Book 10: Aeolus, the Laestrygonians, and Circe
Book 11: Odysseus Meets the Shades of the Dead
Book 12: The Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis, The Cattle of the Sun
Book 13: Odysseus Leaves Phaeacia and Reaches Ithaca
Book 14: Odysseus Meets Eumaeus
Book 15: Telemachus Returns to Ithaca
Book 16: Odysseus Reveals Himself to Telemachus
Book 17: Odysseus Goes to the Palace as a Beggar
Book 18: Odysseus and Irus the Beggar
Book 19: Eurycleia Recognizes Odysseus
Book 20: Odysseus Prepares for his Revenge
Book 21: The Contest With Odysseus' Bow
Book 22: The Killing of the Suitors
Book 23: Odysseus and Penelope
Book 24: Zeus and Athena End the Fighting

The Fall of Troy by Quintus Smyrnaeus

BOOK I - How died for Troy the Queen of the Amazons, Penthesileia.

BOOK II - How Memnon, Son of the Dawn, for Troy's sake fell in the Battle

BOOK III - How by the shaft of a God laid low was Hero Achilles.

BOOK IV - How in the Funeral Games of Achilles heroes contended.

BOOK V - How the Arms of Achilles were cause of madness and death unto Aias.

BOOK VI - How came for the helping of Troy Eurypylus, Hercules' grandson

BOOK VII - How the Son of Achilles was brought to the War from the Isle of Scyros

BOOK VIII - How Hercules' Grandson perished in fight with the Son of Achilles

BOOK IX - How from his long lone exile returned to the war Philoctetes.

BOOK X - How Paris was stricken to death, and in vain sought help of Oenone

BOOK XI - How the sons of Troy for the last time fought from her walls and her towers.

BOOK XII - How the Wooden Horse was fashioned, and brought into Troy by her people

BOOK XIII - How Troy in the night was taken and sacked with fire and slaughter.

BOOK XIV - How the conquerors sailed from Troy unto judgment of tempest and shipwreck.

The Odyssey, notes by Ian Johnston

The House of Atreus, a short summary by Ian Johnston

Argonautica, Apollonius Rhodes

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