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Two-Gun Bob: A Centennial Study of Robert E. Howard

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FOREWORD BY MICHAEL MOORCOCK In the one hundred years since his birth, Robert E. Howard's reputation has expanded from a mere pulp writer to a leading figure in the horror, fantasy, and adventure fiction of the 20th century. The virtual creator of the genre of sword-and-sorcery, Howard peopled his tales with such imperishable action figures as Conan the Cimmerian, Solomon ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Hippocampus
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Ok, I have an article in this book, on looking at Howard from a Behavioral aspect. I thought it was a pretty decent collection of essays.
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