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[[Category:Books|Klarkash-Ton Cycle]]

Latest revision as of 12:49, 18 October 2008

The Klarkash-Ton Cycle

Details

Publisher: Oakland, CA: Chaosium Inc., 2008

Page Count: 224 p.

Author: Clark Ashton Smith; Robert M. Price, editor

Artist: Stephen Gilberts, cover

Summary

Clark Ashton Smith's Cthulhu Mythos Fiction.

Contents

  • "Introduction to The Klarkash-Ton Cycle", Robert M. Price
  • "The Ghoul"
  • "A Rendering from the Arabic"
  • "The Hunters from Beyond"
  • "The Vaults of Abomi"
  • "The Nameless Offspring"
  • "Ubbo-Sathla"
  • "The Werewolf of Averoigne"
  • "The Eidolon of the Blind"
  • "Vulthoom"
  • "The Treader of the Dust"
  • "The Infernal Star"
  • "Notes on Each Tale", Robert M. Price

Comments/Trivia

Chaosium publication 6046. ISBN-10: 1568821603. ISBN-13: 978-1568821603. Part of the Call of Cthulhu Fiction line.

  • "A Rendering from the Arabic" is an early version of "The Return of the Sorcerer"
  • "The Vaults of Abomi" is an early version of "The Vaults of Yoh-Vombis"
  • "The Werewolf of Averoigne" is an early version of "The Beast of Averoigne"
  • "The Eidolon of the Blind" is an early version of "The Dweller in the Gulf"
  • "The Infernal Star" is an earlier version than that which appeared in Strange Shadows

In a departure from the earlier Cycle books, Price's story notes are collected at the end of the book, rather than prefacing each story.