The Ultimate Robert E. Howard SF Collection

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Buchbeschreibung

In 'The Ultimate Robert E. Howard SF Collection,' readers are presented with a comprehensive anthology that encompasses the breadth and depth of Howard's imaginative prowess. Known for his robust literary style, Howard's prose rhythmically beats like the determined heart of an adventurer, simultaneously evoking the stark, visceral imagery that became a hallmark of pulp fiction and the wider literary landscape of the early twentieth century. This volume, a testament to Howard's versatility, collates his most famous sword and sorcery characters alongside his lesser-known but equally gripping works in westerns, boxing, historical narrative, horror, detective, and even poetry, offering a panoramic view of his multifaceted talent.

Robert E. Howard's own life, as intensely passionate and short-lived as it was, informs the tempest and vigor that breathe life into his characters. Having shaped the sword and sorcery genre, Howard infused his storytelling with a raw, primal energy reflective of his surroundings and personal experiences in the rugged landscapes of Texas. This collection illustrates not only his vivid imagination and enduring themes of heroism, adventure, and conflict but also provides a window into the cultural influences and burgeoning literary movements of his time.

Scholars and enthusiasts of pulp literature will find 'The Ultimate Robert E. Howard SF Collection' indispensable. It affords a comprehensive exploration of Howard's oeuvre, inviting readers into a world where the battle between good and evil is eternally etched in myth and legend. This expansive anthology serves as both a critical resource and a gateway for those seeking to delve into the richly textured realms pioneered by Howard, ensuring his legacy continues to inspire and captivate audiences, just as it has for nearly a century.

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E-Book

Seiten E-Book:

5529

Sprache:

Englisch

Erscheinungsdatum:

13.11.2022

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DigiCat

ISBN E-Book:

8596547387312