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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Clark Ashton Smith; Lee Brown Coye
The dust jacket art is by Lee Brown Coye. The portrait of the author on the back of the jacket is a self-portrait drawn by the author.
|Description:||vii, 329 pages 21 cm|
|Contents:||Marooned in Andromeda.-The amazing planet.-An adventure in futurity.-The immeasurable horror.-The invisible city.-The dimension of chance. The metamorphosis of Earth.-Phoenix.-The necromantic tale.-The Venus of Azombeii.-The resurrection of the rattlesnake.-The supernumerary corpse.-The mandrakes.-Thirteen phantasma.-An offering to the Moon.-Monsters in the night.-The Malay Kise.-The ghost of Mohammed Din.-The mahout.-The Raja and the tiger.-Something new.-The justice of the elephant.-The kiss of Zoraida.-A tale of Sir John Maundeville.-The ghoul.-Told in the desert.|
|Responsibility:||by Clark Ashton Smith.|
WorldCat User Reviews (1)
These stories are different and really good.
The stories in this collection are a mixture of science fiction, fantasy and horror. Published mainly between 1910 and 1935, they represent a very different time in American fantastic fiction.
"Marooned in Andromeda" is about a trio of human mutineers kicked off a spaceship onto a semi-habitable...
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