Translated by William Cullen Bryant.
Illustrations by Flaxman.
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Riverside Press. 1905.
Odyssey Book Binding
Title Page - Volume 1Volume IVolume 1 - List of IllustrationsUlysses & Nausicaa (Frontispiece colored)Ulysses & Nausicaa (Frontispiece)Council of Jupiter, Minerva, Mercury. pg. 6Descent of Minerva to Ithica. pg. 8Phemius Singing to Suitors. pg. 18Penelope Surprised by Suitors. pg. 30Telemachus in Search of his Father. pg. 48Nestor's Sacrifice. pg. 72Penelope's Dream. pg. 116Mercury's Message to Calypso. pg. 124Leucothea Preserving Ulysses. pg. 136Nausicaa Throwing the Ball. pg. 150Ulysses Following Causicar. pg. 160
Title Page. Volume IICircle. From Original painting by Burne-Jones. FrontpieceCircle. front pieceList of illustrationsUlysses presenting himself to Alcinous & Arete. pg. 10Ulysses weeps at song of Demodocus pg. 46Ulysses giving wine to Plyphemus. pg. 66Ulysses giving wine to Polyphemus (detail). pg. 66King of Laestrigons seizing companions of Ulysses. pg. 84Ulysses at table of Circle. pg. 96Ulysses terrified by the ghosts. pg. 138Morning. pg. 140The Sirens. pg. 148Scylla. pg. 152Lampetia complaining to Apollo. pg. 160
Title Page. Vol. IIIReturn of Ulysses (colored). Frontis pieceReturn of Ulysses. Frontis pieceList of Illustrations. Vol. III
Ulysses, asleep, laid on his own coast. pg. 8Ulysses conversing with Eumaeus. pg. 28Apolo & Diana discharging their arrows. pg. 74Minerva restoring Ulysses to his own shape. pg. 90Ulysses and his dog. pg. 124Ulysses preparing to fight with Irus. pg. 144
Title page. Vol. IVUlysses & Telmachus (colored). Frontis pieceUlysses & Telemachus. Frontis pieceList of Illustrations. Vol. IV
Eurycleia discovers Ulysses. pg. 24Hapries going to seize the daughters of Pandarus. pg. 36Penelope carrying bow of Ulysses to the suitors. pg. 56Ulysses killing the suitors. pg. 82Ulysses killing suitors (detail). pg. 82Meeting of Ulysses & Penelope. pg. 112Mercury conducting souls to infernal regions. pg. 122