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bring to you some of the hero tales of Greece and Rome. These fine old legends of adventure and heroism, handed down from the dawn of history, have delighted boys and girls in all lands for countless generations. Every great race honors the memory of its heroes who lived when the race was young. The Indians had their story about Hiawatha, the early English their tales about Beowulf and King Arthur, and the French theirs about Roland. So these great stories, which tell of the founding of the Greek and Roman peoples, have for their theme the heroic life and deeds of the heroes Achilles, Ulysses, and Aeneas. These great names suggest the noblest and best ideals of heroic conduct in ancient times.
Finally, in Part III, your book will present to you stories and poems by some of the great Americans who long ago wrote down what they themselves had seen and read about. They are the men who helped to make our country known in the world of literature. A great patriot who helped to make America will tell you how by working and saving he was enabled "to stand before kings." A great poet will tell you what it means to plant an apple tree, and how melancholy the world is when the flowers have left us in autumn. Another will tell you about the village blacksmith and the old clock on the stairs. A great weaver of tales will tell you two of his twice-told tales, that is, tales that the author has read and retold for us, and one of his Greek stories about an adventure in gaining some wonderful apples. The poet of the farm will picture for you the golden pumpkins that grew among the corn, and the boy "with face of tan." And another poet will delight you with some of the wholesome humor that made him f amous.

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