|The heroes who were aboard started up, astonished to see the Fleece that shone as with the lightning of Zeus.|
|—Part II, Chap. III.|
The Golden Fleece and the Heroes Who Lived before Achilles.
A classic retelling of ancient myth for younger readers by a preeminent poet and illustrator.
|ILLUSTRATED BY WILLY POGÁNY|
|NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, 1922
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
- The Youth Jason
- King Pelias
- The Golden Fleece
- The Assembling of the Heroes and the Building of the Ship
- The Argo
a. The Beginning of Things
- Polydeuces’ Victory and Heracles’ Loss
- King Phineus
- King Phineus’s Counsel; the Landing in Lemnos
- The Lemnian Maidens
a. Demeter and Persephone
- The Departure from Lemnos
a. The Golden Maid
- The Passage of the Symplegades
- The Mountain Caucasus.
- King Æetes
- Medea the Sorceress
- The Winning of the Golden Fleece
- The Slaying of Apsyrtus
- Medea Comes to Circe
- In the Land of the Phæacians
- They Come to the Desert Land
- The Carrying of the Argo.
a.The Story of Perseus
- Near to Iolcus Again
- Atalanta the Huntress.
- Peleus and His Bride from the Sea.
- Theseus and the Minotaur.
- The Life and Labors of Heracles
c.The Battle of the Frogs and Mice
- How Orpheus the Minstrel Went down to the World of the Dead
- Jason and Medea