2 edition of knave in grain. found in the catalog.
knave in grain.
by Printed for the Malone Society by V. Ridler at the University Press in Oxford
Written in English
|Series||Malone Society reprints -- 1960|
|Contributions||Bald, R. C. 1901-1965.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, (92) p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Two Senators. A Guard. A Drawer. The Bread and Meatman. A Mercer and his man. The Knight and Knave of Swords is a fantasy short story collection by American writer Fritz Leiber, first published infeaturing his sword and sorcery heroes Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.
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How to use knave in a sentence. The Knave of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland (). The Knave of Hearts appears in Dallas Bower's film adaptation of Alice in Wonderland as a stop-motion puppet created by Lou Bunin.
In this version he is the Wonderland counterpart of Lewis Carroll himself, voiced by. Mark Twain. American author and humorist, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pseudonym, Mark Twain (), is best known for his books The Adventures of Tom Sawyer () and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ().
He also wrote on time-travel in his novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (). Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Knave of Hearts is mentioned first in chapter 8, and later in chapters 11 which deal with his trial for a tart burglary in which the King of Hearts presides as eventually defends the Knave after the evidence becomes increasingly absurd and she is called as a d by: Lewis Carroll.
: The Knave of Hearts.: Quarto. Original black pebble-grain cloth, titles printed in black on illustrated paper label to front cover, illustrated endpapers.
With the original cardboard box. Housed in a custom solander case. A fine copy in the original box, with loss to one side. The Knave of Hearts. First edition of "one of the greatest of American illustrated books" (Porter, 84), the last and most lavish children ' s book illustrated by Maxfield Parrish, with mounted cover design, pictorial endpapers, 14 full-page color plates, and nine in-text color illustrations.
Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser are two sword-and-sorcery heroes appearing in stories written by American author Fritz Leiber. They are the protagonists of what are probably Leiber's best-known stories.
One of his motives in writing them was to have a couple of fantasy heroes closer to true human nature than the likes of Howard's Conan the Barbarian or Burroughs's Tarzan. Fafhrd is a very tall and strong northern Author: Fritz Leiber. We can find no reference whatsoever to an A.L. Burt publication of this title - the box is a complete mystery.
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