The Ultimate Weird Tales Collection - 133 stories - Clark Ashton Smith (Trilogus Classics)

Clark Ashton Smith


The Ultimate Weird Tales Collection - 133 stories - Clark Ashton Smith (Trilogus Classics)

The Ultimate Weird Tales Collection - 133 stories - Clark Ashton Smith (Trilogus Classics)

  • Title: The Ultimate Weird Tales Collection - 133 stories - Clark Ashton Smith (Trilogus Classics)
  • Author: Clark Ashton Smith
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  • Page: 360
  • Format: Kindle Edition



133 Weird Tales era works of horror, science fiction and fantasy have been gathered here into one volume, all written by Clark Ashton Smith, who was the third member of the literary circle that included authors Robert E Howard and H.P Lovecraft Excluding only fragmentary notes, excerpts and synopses he never finished during his lifetime, this is perhaps the largest sing133 Weird Tales era works of horror, science fiction and fantasy have been gathered here into one volume, all written by Clark Ashton Smith, who was the third member of the literary circle that included authors Robert E Howard and H.P Lovecraft Excluding only fragmentary notes, excerpts and synopses he never finished during his lifetime, this is perhaps the largest single collection of all his published and unpublished fiction.


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Lichen, mistletoe, aloftIn the dying croft,Leaf the winter trees.Abandoned Plum-OrchardClark Ashton SmithClark Ashton Smith was a poet (see above), sculptor, painter, and writer. Speaking about Clark Ashton Smith the writer, he was one of the three major contributors to Weird Tales magazine; the other two being H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard. For those completely unfamiliar with his works they can be compared to horror and bizarre offerings from the latter two. This is a full collection of [...]

Stories1 A Copy of Burns2 A Good Embalmer3 A Night in Malneant4 A Platonic Entanglement5 A rendezvous in Averoigne6 A Star-Change789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990919293949596979899100101102103104105106107108109110111112113114115116117118119120121122123124125126127128129130131132133

I won't even pretend to have read all 133 stories in this collection, but I did read perhaps 33 -- enough that it started to feel repetitive. A small number were quite good, and a few will stick with me, because some of Clark Ashton Smith's ideas are just that weird and decadent. A vengeful dwarfish necromancer unleashes a colossal version of himself made from hundreds of reanimated corpses. An ancient statue of Venus is unearthed at a Benedictine monastery, and her sensual pagan power corrupts [...]

Clark Ashton Smith was one of the prominent writers of Weird Tales magazine. Clark Ashton Smith is not as well known as his friends and fellow writers H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard, but he should be. Clark Ashton Smith was an excellent prose stylist and his best stories are highly imaginative.This is a complete collection of his stories. While many were good to great, I found others to be minor. The main reason this gets a four star rating is that there are some typographical errors in th [...]

Massive collection of stories from a writer who is unique, but not particularly good. An awesome value, but the stories are even more repetitive than HP Lovecraft.Clark Ashton Smith writes weird tales of science fiction and fantasy, but what is unique is the air of decadence that tends to waft through his work. It's most apparent in his sword and sorcery fiction, but even his science fiction and his mundane tales have it. His tales tend to fall into types though, and maybe illustrating one might [...]

Plugging a hole in my knowledge of weird fiction. I kind of doubt I'll get through all 133 stories in the collection. At this point, I've read three. So far so good!So, yeah, it turns out 133 is just too many for me to digest, so having read 30 or so, I'm calling it quits for now. But I really enjoyed the stories I read--very imaginative, very action-packed, and way less racist than I feared from a pulp writer working in the 30's.

Still really like Clark Ashton. His "weird tales" are always infused with creepiness, as with sentient plants & mysterious portals to other worlds. He has a bit of a Latinate style, but definitely worth reading. Beware The Goat With A Thousand Young!!

If you don't buy this for your Kindle you're missing out.

CAS is my absolute favorite of the Weird Tales writers and I've read most of them!

Fair work.


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