The Sword & Sorcery Anthology

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The Sword & Sorcery Anthology

Postby Cerridwen » 23 Jan 2012 16:38

The Sword & Sorcery Anthology


ISBN: 978-1-61696-069-8
Data de publicação: Junho de 2012
Editora: Tachyon
Editores: David G. Hartwell e Jacob Weisman

Sinopse: «Terrifying barbarians, cunning mages, and daring heroes run rampant through these exceptional classics of the exciting sword & sorcery genre. From Robert E. Howard to Jane Yolen, this fast-paced anthology is a chronological gathering of influential, inventive, and entertaining fantasy adventure stories. In "Tower of the Elephant," Conan takes up jewel thievery but, as is his wont, proves far better with his sword. "The Flamer Bringers" finds anti-hero Elric infiltrating a band of bloodthirsty mercenaries and outwitting a powerful sorcerer. "Become a Warrior" is the unexpected tale of a child who loses all she holds dear, only to gain unforeseen power and unlikely revenge. Further entries come from early sword & sorcery legends such as Jack Vance and Catherine Louise (who wrote as C. L.) Moore, the next wave of talents including Fritz Leiber and Michael Moorcock, and modern trendsetters like Karl Edward Wagner and David Drake. An original story from Michael Shea rounds out this essential anthology, which will particularly appeal to fans of action-oriented fantasy titles such as the Lord of the Rings and the Song of Fire and Ice series.»

1.“Tower of the Elephant” by Robert E. Howard
2.“Black God’s” Kiss by C. L. Moore
3.“The Unholy Grail” by Fritz Leiber
4.“The Tale of Hauk” by Poul Anderson
5.“The Caravan of Forgotten Dreams” by Michael Moorcock
6.“The Adventuress” by Joanna Russ
7.“Gimmile’s Song” by Charles R. Saunders
8.“Undertow” by Karl Edward Wagner
9.“The Stages of the God” by Ramsey Campbell (writing as Montgomery Comfort)
10.“The Barrow Troll” by David Drake
11.“Soldier of an Empire Unacquainted with Defeat” by Glen Cook
12.“Epistle from Lebanoi” by Michael Shea
13.“Become a Warrior” by Jane Yolen
14.“The Red Guild” by Rachel Pollack
15.“Six from Atlantis” by Gene Wolfe
16.“The Sea Troll’s Daughter” by Caitlín R. Kiernan
17.“The Coral Heart” by Jeffrey Ford
18.“Path of the Dragon” by George R. R. Martin
19.“The Year of Three Monarchs” by Michael Swanwick

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Re: The Sword & Sorcery Anthology

Postby Sharky » 24 Jan 2012 10:55

Tenho que comprar este B)

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Re: The Sword & Sorcery Anthology

Postby Bugman » 24 Jan 2012 11:01

Como se eu já nao tivesse tentaçoes suficientes... <_<
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