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Conan Volume 3
Conan

by Robert E. Howard,
L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter

Issued: January 1974
Sphere Books
London
ISBN 0722146914
Paperback
Cover illustration by Frank Frazetta
192 pages

Notes
Conan, a collection of Conan short fiction by Robert E. Howard, L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter containing:

  • Letter dated March 10, 1936 - from Robert E. Howard to P. Schuyler Miller
  • The Hyborian Age, Part 1 by Robert E. Howard
  • The Thing in the Crypt by L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter
  • The Tower of the Elephant by Robert E. Howard
  • The Hall of the Dead by Robert E. Howard (revised and expanded for publication by L. Sprague de Camp)
  • The God in the Bowl by Robert E. Howard
  • Rogues in the House by Robert E. Howard
  • The Hand of Nergal by Robert E. Howard (revised expanded for publication by Lin Carter)
  • The City of Skulls by L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter
Volume 3 in the Conan saga.

First published by Lancer Books in 1967.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Seven exciting stories about Conan -- heroic fantasy’s greatest adventurer

‘Conan is the superman -- or super-barbarian, rather -- into whom the prolific Robert Erwin Howard was best able to inject his furious dreams of danger and power and unending adventure, of combative and sexual prowess, of hot impulses instantly followed, yet a fighting man’s code never broken. Conan is a true hero of Valhalla, battling and suffering great wounds by day, carousing and wenching by night, and plunging into fresh adventures tomorrow. While the Hyborian Age through which Conan cuts his bloody swath is the most fully realised of Howard’s fantasy worlds: mapped, geographically and economically plausible, provided with a stirring history and prehistory covering many cultures, and peopled by kings and beggars, peasants and poets, hags and queens and lusty girls, as well as warriors and warlocks’
Fritz Leiber

 
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