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This book contains the complete Conan stories in the chronological order of their original publication. "The Phoenix on the Sword" (novelette; vol. 20, #6, December 1932) "The Scarlet Citadel" (novelette; vol. 21, #1, January 1, 1933) "The Tower of the Elephant" (novelette; vol. 21, #3, March 1933) "Black Colossus" (novelette; vol. 21, #6, June 1933) "The Slither This book contains the complete Conan stories in the chronological order of their original publication. "The Phoenix on the Sword" (novelette; vol. 20, #6, December 1932) "The Scarlet Citadel" (novelette; vol. 21, #1, January 1, 1933) "The Tower of the Elephant" (novelette; vol. 21, #3, March 1933) "Black Colossus" (novelette; vol. 21, #6, June 1933) "The Slithering Shadow" (novelette; vol. 22, #3, September 1933, alternate title "Xuthal of the Dusk") "The Pool of the Black One" (novelette; vol. 22, #4, October 1933) "Rogues in the House" (novelette; vol. 23, #1, January 1934) "Iron Shadows in the Moon" (novelette; vol. 23, #4, April 1934, published as "Shadows in the Moonlight") "Queen of the Black Coast" (novelette; vol. 23, #5, May 1934) "The Devil in Iron" (novelette; vol. 24, #2, August 1934) "The People of the Black Circle" (novella; vol. 24, #3–5, September–November 1934) "A Witch Shall Be Born" (novelette; vol. 24, #6, December 1934) "Jewels of Gwahlur" (novelette; vol. 25, #3, March 1935, author's original title "The Servants of Bit-Yakin") "Beyond the Black River" (novella; vol. 25, #5–6, May–June 1935) "Shadows in Zamboula" (novelette; vol. 26, #5, November 1935, author's original title "The Man-Eaters of Zamboula") "The Hour of the Dragon" (novel; vol. 26, #6 & vol. 27, #1–4, December 1935, January–April 1936) "Red Nails" (novella; vol. 28, #1–3, July, September, October 1936)


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This book contains the complete Conan stories in the chronological order of their original publication. "The Phoenix on the Sword" (novelette; vol. 20, #6, December 1932) "The Scarlet Citadel" (novelette; vol. 21, #1, January 1, 1933) "The Tower of the Elephant" (novelette; vol. 21, #3, March 1933) "Black Colossus" (novelette; vol. 21, #6, June 1933) "The Slither This book contains the complete Conan stories in the chronological order of their original publication. "The Phoenix on the Sword" (novelette; vol. 20, #6, December 1932) "The Scarlet Citadel" (novelette; vol. 21, #1, January 1, 1933) "The Tower of the Elephant" (novelette; vol. 21, #3, March 1933) "Black Colossus" (novelette; vol. 21, #6, June 1933) "The Slithering Shadow" (novelette; vol. 22, #3, September 1933, alternate title "Xuthal of the Dusk") "The Pool of the Black One" (novelette; vol. 22, #4, October 1933) "Rogues in the House" (novelette; vol. 23, #1, January 1934) "Iron Shadows in the Moon" (novelette; vol. 23, #4, April 1934, published as "Shadows in the Moonlight") "Queen of the Black Coast" (novelette; vol. 23, #5, May 1934) "The Devil in Iron" (novelette; vol. 24, #2, August 1934) "The People of the Black Circle" (novella; vol. 24, #3–5, September–November 1934) "A Witch Shall Be Born" (novelette; vol. 24, #6, December 1934) "Jewels of Gwahlur" (novelette; vol. 25, #3, March 1935, author's original title "The Servants of Bit-Yakin") "Beyond the Black River" (novella; vol. 25, #5–6, May–June 1935) "Shadows in Zamboula" (novelette; vol. 26, #5, November 1935, author's original title "The Man-Eaters of Zamboula") "The Hour of the Dragon" (novel; vol. 26, #6 & vol. 27, #1–4, December 1935, January–April 1936) "Red Nails" (novella; vol. 28, #1–3, July, September, October 1936)

53 review for Conan The Barbarian: The Complete Collection (Bauer Classics) (Timeless Classics Collection Book 13)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shelly L

    Ladies and gentlemen, tonight we have a very special and hard-to-get guest for you. He's a man with steel-spring muscles knit to a keen brain filled with deadly, catlike instincts — a Crom-worshipping outlaw with a gargantuan laugh, a distinct love of wine, and a definite lust for a harem's worth of supple young ladies in deadly distress. Yes, folks, with his bull-like vitality, he's a lover AND a fighter who enjoys occasional spanking and frequent swordplay, and who never met an axe he wasn't h Ladies and gentlemen, tonight we have a very special and hard-to-get guest for you. He's a man with steel-spring muscles knit to a keen brain filled with deadly, catlike instincts — a Crom-worshipping outlaw with a gargantuan laugh, a distinct love of wine, and a definite lust for a harem's worth of supple young ladies in deadly distress. Yes, folks, with his bull-like vitality, he's a lover AND a fighter who enjoys occasional spanking and frequent swordplay, and who never met an axe he wasn't happy to heft. He hates slimy, clammy things, especially giant snakes and otherworldly demons. He also has a hate on for people with “dusky complexions” or “hooked noses” — forget the dog-whistle, this guy's an unabashed proponent of white supremacy! Wild yet noble, you'll know him by his square-cut, black mane, his nearly complete lack of adornment, his tanned and scarred visage, and his famously volcanic blue gaze that smolders as if with some inner fire. For a big guy, his ability to move silently and strike with lightning speed — in his signature pantherskin loin-clout and high-laced sandals — is unmatched. He's like a tiger, a wolf, a panther, a lion, quick to dispatch those who resemble the hawk, the rat, the dog, or the ape. Strong of teeth, thick of neck, and steely of thews, this is a man who hates politics and believes civilization unnatural — yet he's been an outlaw, a corsair, a kozak, a vagabond, a sword for hire, a general, and the king of a civilized country! Known as a red-handed barbarian, he admits to loving nothing better than to sheath his sword in the flesh of a clean foe — that moment when he lops a head clean off a body, sends 6 inches of sword clear to the other side of his enemy’s corpse, or strikes so hard an opponent’s torso falls one way and legs another. That's right, folks, please help me welcome him to our program ... it's Conan the Racist Cimmerian!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Technomonk

    Its been years since I read through the original REH Conan stories, and I enjoyed them thoroughly. There were numerous misspellings in this e-book collection, but they didn't distract too much from the story telling. Conan is comfort food, and during this prolonged quarantine, it was a great escape from the daily. Its been years since I read through the original REH Conan stories, and I enjoyed them thoroughly. There were numerous misspellings in this e-book collection, but they didn't distract too much from the story telling. Conan is comfort food, and during this prolonged quarantine, it was a great escape from the daily.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Slaton

    Great old stories It's wild to consider all the tropes that the original Conan stories invented. The casual sexism and racism have not aged well, but the scope and creativity of Conan's world have. Great old stories It's wild to consider all the tropes that the original Conan stories invented. The casual sexism and racism have not aged well, but the scope and creativity of Conan's world have.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  5. 4 out of 5

    Terry

    This "Collection " is missing chapters or pages of most of the stories. If you were looking for a Complete collection keep looking. This "Collection " is missing chapters or pages of most of the stories. If you were looking for a Complete collection keep looking.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Eric

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    Dave fairweather

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    Kelly Roger Lemieux

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    Kim D Campbell

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    Matthew Chrysler

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    Lordallen

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    Stephen Paul Sanderson

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    Dave

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    John E. Cox

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    Dorothy Clarke

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    Jean Hale

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    Jerry Walch

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    Charles E Callier

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    RMK

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