|CHAPTER 21 A Greek by the name of Odysseus,
2 When he tried to leave Troy went amisseus;
3 aHe struck out for years,
4 But then homered to cheers,
5 Not to mention Penelope's bkisseus.
CHAPTER 31 A young Greek who styled himself Oedipus,
2 Was cfated to make his dad doedipus,
3 And when he'd done that,
4 He really went splat,
5 d'Cause he took his own mother to boedipus.
CHAPTER 41 An odd young Russian, Raskolnikov,
2 Killed a crone and flew into a panikov;
3 Shame and guilt,
4 eWhich he finally spilt,
5 Bared the fact that this rascal was sickov.
CHAPTER 51 King fLear thought it time to step down,
2 And bequeathed to gthree daughters his crown;
3 But two of them hlied,
4 And the good one idied;
5 Then the fool went as jmad as his clown.
CHAPTER 61 kKing Claudius was not nice to lHamlet--
2 Killed his mdad and married his ndamlet.
3 But when pushed to retaliate,
4 Ham could only expatiate:
||5 o"What a rogue and a peasant I amlet!"
CHAPTER 71 Matthew wrote an odd tale of one Jesus,
2 Who said all kinds of things just to tease us.
3 "You'll all be psaved,"
4 He ranted and raved,
5 Then died on the cross to appease us.
CHAPTER 81 When a qTrojan abducted fair rHelen,
2 The Greeks had to punish the felon:
3 At Agamemnon's request,
4 Achilles stomped Troy's sbest,
5 tTill Paris at length took the heel on.
CHAPTER 91 An inveterate traveler, Gulliver,
2 uSet sail and went thence and all over,
3 Found races of scum,
4 Sized giant to thumb,
5 Till smart vnags neighed his spirit to nulliver.
CHAPTER 101 A wMoor by the name of xOthello,
2 Was brave but not a smart fellow:
3 He fell for a ruse,
4 yThought his wife gone loose,
5 zThen choked her to death with a bellow.
CHAPTER 111 A gigantic white whale named aaMoby,