Conan the Barbarian: The stories that inspired the movie

Conan the Barbarian: The stories that inspired the movie

by Robert E. Howard
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Conan the Barbarian: The stories that inspired the movie by Robert E. Howard

THE CLASSIC STORIES THAT INSPIRED THE BLOCKBUSTER FILM
 
Conan the Barbarian is one of the greatest fictional heroes ever created—a swordsman who cuts a swath across the lands of the Hyborian Age, annihilating powerful sorcerers, deadly creatures, and whole armies of ruthless foes. Today his name is synonymous with the epic battles of ancient times, but Conan originated in the early decades of the twentieth century with one of the founding fathers of fantasy, the visionary Robert E. Howard. The unforgettable stories collected here form a thrilling adventure, following Conan from his mercenary youth to his bloody conquests on the frontier and even the high seas. Bold and enduring, the legend of Conan the Barbarian continues to grow in popularity and influence.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780345531247
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 07/26/2011
Sold by: Random House
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 772,096
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Robert E. Howard is one of the most prolific short story writers in American history, and has created such beloved characters as Conan the Barbarian, Kull of Atlantis, Soloman Kane, Bran Mak Morn, El Borak, and Dark Agnès de Chastillon. He tragically passed away in 1936.


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Howard creates an arsenal of pure 1930s pulp fiction tales in a masculine stoic, barbaric--hence the name "barbarian"-- figure called Conan; swords hack, parry, jab, and eviscerate as the hero hews through black priests, wildmen, and even a 20-man coup!
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