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Chapters: Heroes and Hobgoblins, Footprints on Sand, Phantoms and Fancies, Demons and Dinosaurs, Scribblings. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 25. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Heroes and Hobgoblins is a 1981 collection of poe Chapters: Heroes and Hobgoblins, Footprints on Sand, Phantoms and Fancies, Demons and Dinosaurs, Scribblings. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 25. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Heroes and Hobgoblins is a 1981 collection of poetry by science fiction and fantasy author L. Sprague de Camp, illustrated by Tim Kirk. It was published by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.. The book contains most of the poems from de Camp's earlier collections, Demons and Dinosaurs and Phantoms and Fancies, though the arrangement is different in the current collection, along with a substantial number of additional poems. "A Caution," "Atavism," "Babylon," "Conan the Limmerian," "Fiction," "Flying Fish," "Gratuity," "Happiness," "Houses on Stalks," "Ivan Vasilevitch," "Magus Imperitus," "Merlin," "My Carrack," "My Uglies," "Progress," "Psyche," "Ripples," "Shadows over Sqaumous," "Souls," "Spells," "Spring," "Tars Tarkas and I," "The Ameba," "The Barbarian," "The Bats of Florence," "The Dome of the Rock," "The Dragon-Slayers," "The Enchanted Isles," "The Fossils," "The Gal pagos Marine Iguana," "The Ghost of H.P.L.," "The Little Green Men," "The Megaliths of Avebury," "The Octopus," "The Opossum," "Wayfarers," and "Yuggoth Comes to Providence" are unique to this collection. "The Ogre" is shared with Demons and Dinosaurs only. "A Glass of Goblanti," "A Night Club in Cairo," "Art," "Bear on a Bicycle," "Bourzi," "Carnac," "Disillusion," "Ghost Ships," "Jewels," "Leaves," "Mother and Son," "Preferences," "Tehuantepec," "Teotihuac n," "The Elephant," "The Hippopotamus," "The Home of the Gods," "The Indian Rhinoceros," "The Iron Pillar of Delhi," "The Lizards of Tula," "The Mantis," "The Newt," "The Old-Fashioned Lover," "The Olmec," "The Other Baghdad," "The Reaper," "The Saviors," "The Trap," "Thoth-Amon's C...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=646197


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Chapters: Heroes and Hobgoblins, Footprints on Sand, Phantoms and Fancies, Demons and Dinosaurs, Scribblings. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 25. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Heroes and Hobgoblins is a 1981 collection of poe Chapters: Heroes and Hobgoblins, Footprints on Sand, Phantoms and Fancies, Demons and Dinosaurs, Scribblings. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 25. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Heroes and Hobgoblins is a 1981 collection of poetry by science fiction and fantasy author L. Sprague de Camp, illustrated by Tim Kirk. It was published by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.. The book contains most of the poems from de Camp's earlier collections, Demons and Dinosaurs and Phantoms and Fancies, though the arrangement is different in the current collection, along with a substantial number of additional poems. "A Caution," "Atavism," "Babylon," "Conan the Limmerian," "Fiction," "Flying Fish," "Gratuity," "Happiness," "Houses on Stalks," "Ivan Vasilevitch," "Magus Imperitus," "Merlin," "My Carrack," "My Uglies," "Progress," "Psyche," "Ripples," "Shadows over Sqaumous," "Souls," "Spells," "Spring," "Tars Tarkas and I," "The Ameba," "The Barbarian," "The Bats of Florence," "The Dome of the Rock," "The Dragon-Slayers," "The Enchanted Isles," "The Fossils," "The Gal pagos Marine Iguana," "The Ghost of H.P.L.," "The Little Green Men," "The Megaliths of Avebury," "The Octopus," "The Opossum," "Wayfarers," and "Yuggoth Comes to Providence" are unique to this collection. "The Ogre" is shared with Demons and Dinosaurs only. "A Glass of Goblanti," "A Night Club in Cairo," "Art," "Bear on a Bicycle," "Bourzi," "Carnac," "Disillusion," "Ghost Ships," "Jewels," "Leaves," "Mother and Son," "Preferences," "Tehuantepec," "Teotihuac n," "The Elephant," "The Hippopotamus," "The Home of the Gods," "The Indian Rhinoceros," "The Iron Pillar of Delhi," "The Lizards of Tula," "The Mantis," "The Newt," "The Old-Fashioned Lover," "The Olmec," "The Other Baghdad," "The Reaper," "The Saviors," "The Trap," "Thoth-Amon's C...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=646197

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