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by Clark Ashton Smith,Reg Green

  • ISBN: 1884214339
  • Category: Science Fiction
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Author: Clark Ashton Smith,Reg Green
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ziggurat Productions; Unabridged edition (September 30, 2006)
  • ePub book: 1355 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1308 kb
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By: Clark Ashton Smith. Narrated by: Reg Green. A story from the renowned tales of "Xiccarph": Before Tiglari, many brave souls had the same noble dream of scaling and crossing through the forbidding palace of Maal Dweb. So far, none who attempted this feat has ever returned or have been seen again.

Maal Dweb had taken ever the fairest from among the maidens of the planet Xiccarph; and no mansion of the walled .

Maal Dweb had taken ever the fairest from among the maidens of the planet Xiccarph; and no mansion of the walled towns, or outland cave, was exempt from his scrutiny. He had chosen no less than fifty girls during the period of his tyranny; and these, forsaking their lovers and kinsfolk voluntarily, lest the wrath of Maal Dweb should descend upon them, had gone one by one to the mountain citadel and were lost behind its cryptic walls.

The Ocean-World of Alioth (1984) The Black Book of Clark Ashton Smith (1979). Variant: The Maze of Maâl Dweb (2013). Translation: Das Labyrinth des Maal Dweb (2013). Translation: Le dédale de Maal Dweb (2017).

The Ocean-World of Alioth (1984). Red World of Polaris (2003). The Red World of Polaris (2003). Clark Ashton Smith: Gesammelte Erzählungen. The Black Book of Clark Ashton Smith (1979). The Boiling Point (1985) with Forrest J. Ackerman and H. P. Lovecraft. The Devil's Notebook (1990). Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith (2003). Letters of George Sterling and Clark Ashton Smith (2005) with S. T. Joshi and David E. Schultz and George Sterling.

Maal Dweb, however, was now able to utilize his faculties. Through all this, Maal Dweb had maintained the utmost presence of mind; and he did not betray himself to the Ispazars

Maal Dweb, however, was now able to utilize his faculties. Without alarm or fear, he contemplated the lovely monster, who had drawn him to the verge of her velvet bed, and was fawning upon him with sinisterly parted lips. Using a somewhat primary power of divination, he apprised himself of certain matters concerning the vampire. Through all this, Maal Dweb had maintained the utmost presence of mind; and he did not betray himself to the Ispazars. After many minutes, there was a slackening of the headlong flight, and he knew that the reptiles were nearing their citadel.

Clark Ashton Smith (January 13, 1893 – August 14, 1961) was an American writer and artist. He achieved early local recognition, largely through the enthusiasm of George Sterling, for traditional verse in the vein of Swinburne

Clark Ashton Smith (January 13, 1893 – August 14, 1961) was an American writer and artist. He achieved early local recognition, largely through the enthusiasm of George Sterling, for traditional verse in the vein of Swinburne. As a poet, Smith is grouped with the West Coast Romantics alongside Joaquin Miller, Sterling, and Nora May French and remembered as "The Last of the Great Romantics" and "The Bard of Auburn". Smith's work was praised by his contemporaries.

Before Tiglari, many brave souls had the same noble dream of scaling and crossing through the forbidding palace of Maal Dweb. So far, none who attempted this feat ever returned or were seen again. But Tiglari, the jungle hunter skilled in destroying dangerous beasts, was undeterred by the hideous odds that lay before him!