1915. Adapted and illustrated from the Photoplay conceived and produced by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company. Terhune is best known for his books about dogs which he wrote in the 1920s and '30s, and through his books he created a spark of love for dogs in general and for Collies in particular. Terhune also wrote lovingly of Sunnybank, the estate he shared with his wife and with Lad, Bruce, Grey Dawn, and all the other Collies he raised and trained. In this book, Terhune retells the classic tale of brotherly love. The Pythagorean Pythias is condemned to death for plotting against Dionysis I of Syracuse. When Damon pledges his own life should Pythias not return, Pythias is given leave to arrange his affairs. Despite many efforts to delay him, Pythias returns just in time to take his place for the execution, impressing Dionysis so much with the loyal friendship of the two that both are released. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.