The Iliad by Homer – Book 6 Ajax broke through a Trojan phalanx and killed Acamas, Thrace’s best fighter Diomed, Euryalus, Menelaus killed some more Menelaus tried to take Adrestus alive – he ran away but was caught He pleaded for his life and offered lots of money Agamemnon toldContinue Reading

The Iliad by Homer – Book 5   Minerva gave a super boost to Diomed. She gave him a fire flare in his shield and a blinding light in his helmet, as well as amazing speed. 2 of Vulcan’s sons charged past him in a chariot and missed him DiomedContinue Reading

The Iliad by Homer – Book 4   The gods were watching all of this, drinking… Jove turned to Juno and teased her – I see Menelaus has some friends in you and Minerva. I was watching and Venus saved Alexandrus right when he was done for. Should we getContinue Reading

The Iliad by Homer – Book 3 It didn’t take too long for the Trojans to get ready. The shitty weather shielded the Greeks from the Trojans’ view. Alexandrus got all kitted out in a panther skin, bow, sword, 2 spears and full suit of armor Hector chided him –Continue Reading

The Iliad by Homer – Book 2   While everyone was asleep, Jove decided that he’d do Achilles a solid by sending a “lying dream” to Agamemnon. The dream took Nestor’s face and told him to rally the troops and start attacking Troy Agamemnon spoke with the elders about his dreamContinue Reading

The Iliad by Homer – Book 1 Agamemnon (leader of the Greek army) and Achilles (best warrior) are fighting about Agamemnon taking the daughter of a high priest of Apollo. The priest warned him that Apollo would get even with him for that Apollo put a plague on the army, theirContinue Reading

  Pantagruel Prologue The following is an account of Pantagruel, which is just as believable as that of Gargantua. No story will ever be as fantastic as that of Gargantua, except that of Pantagruel. Chapter 1 Let’s start with his pedigree. In order to understand someone as good as Pantagruel,Continue Reading

“Gargantua and Pantagruel” Book I by François Rabelais   “Gargantua and Pantagruel” by François Rabelais Book I Chapter 1 Gargantua is the father of Pantagruel, both giants. We should all be so lucky as to have our genealogy laid out so neatly as theirs. There are so many people withContinue Reading