In Search of A Homeland

In Search of A Homeland

The Story of The Aeneid

Book - 2001
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Taking his old father on his back and his young son by the hand, Aeneas flees the sacked city of Troy, entrusted by his goddess-mother, Venus, with a daunting mission: Find a new homeland for his people. It is an arduous journey. At every turn, unimaginable dangers await him: terrible monsters and giants; supernatural hazards sent by the enraged goddess Juno; and worst of all, an eerie, death-defying descent into the Underworld, where he will be allowed a glimpse of his Roman descendants' glorious future.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 2001.
Edition: First American edition
ISBN: 9780385729376
0385729375
9780385729307
0385729308
Characteristics: 119 pages :,color illustrations, map ;,29 cm
Additional Contributors: Andrews, Ian - Illustrator

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