Lamb's Adventures of Ulysses. (T. Nelson and Sons. Is.)-This is
a prettily got up book, and the frontispiece, " Nausicaa" (after Lord Leighton), is excellent. The other illustrations are of vary- ing merit. The title seems somewhat oddly worded. What about Homer P-We have received a new edition of the Rev. A. D. Crake's Last Abbot of Glastonbury (A. R. Mowbray and Co., 2s. 6d. net).