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  • 1936. Alternative title: Conan the Conqueror) A Gent From Bear Creek (First published in 1937) Almuric (1939) – Copyrighted in the United States until 2035
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  • Wright1934 A MAGAZINE OF THE BIZARRE AND UNUSUAL REGISTERED IN U.S. PATENT OFFICE Published monthly by the Popular Fiction Publishing Company
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  • dead. Solomon Kane, King Kull, Conan the Barbarian who set a crown upon his black head and defied all this world and the next to deprive him of it. Three
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  • at Conan. The barbarian was swaying on his feet, the light in his unsteady hand flinging fantastic shadows back and forth along the wall. "Open the door
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  • The People of the Black Circle By ROBERT E. HOWARD "Strike, I command you! Strike!" A stupendous story of Conan the barbarian soldier of fortune
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  • dare try for the river now,” grunted Conan. “The woods between the village and the river are swarming with warriors. Come on! We'll head in the last direction
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  • scene in "The People of the Black Circle" The People of the Black Circle Robert E. Howard 274 A weird novel featuring Conan the Barbarian The Jest of Warburg
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  • Conan of Cimmeria." Heimdul roared and leaped, and his sword flashed in deathly arc. Conan staggered and his vision was filled with red sparks as the
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  • soul? Alone in the great sleeping-chamber with its high golden dome King Conan slumbered and dreamed. Through swirling gray mists he heard a curious call
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  • horses, and the adventurers took refuge on a rocky crag, whence they sighted a plain beyond the forest and a city in the plain. Conan killed the dragon with
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  • enter, barbarian?” he called mockingly, with an exaggerated gesture of invitation. Conan's eyes began to smolder ominously, but he trod warily into the chamber
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  • The Hour of the Dragon by Robert E. Howard Chapter 13 14006The Hour of the Dragon — Chapter 13Robert E. Howard SOON AFTER SUNRISE Conan crossed
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  • Xaltotun, Conan knew nothing. He lay like a dead man while the bronze wheels clashed over the stones of mountain roads and swished through the deep grass
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  • II: A Barbarian from the Hills Chapter III: Khemsa Uses Magic Chapter IV: An Encounter in the Pass Chapter V: The Black Stallion Chapter VI: The Mountain
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  • The Hour of the Dragon by Robert E. Howard Chapter 15 14008The Hour of the Dragon — Chapter 15Robert E. Howard CONAN'S FIRST SENSATION of returning
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  • at the gleam of the knife in Conan's hand. Then began a grim game, as Tolkemec sought to circle about Conan and get the barbarian between him and the altar
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  • is coming to the fore with another Conan story. I was afraid the rascally old barbarian was going to sink down in slothful ease upon the Aquilonian throne
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  • civilized background; here was the barbarianthe natural killer. They shrank back—the dying tiger could still deal death. Conan sensed their uncertainty and
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  • frostily in the radium light. He thrust downward as the barbarian surged upon him. But as the point sang toward his throat, Conan ducked deeply. The blade slit
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  • not Conan who rode on the great stallion at the head of the army. The Aquilonian host had assumed the customary formation: the strongest part was the center
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