3 edition of carnelian cube found in the catalog.
L. Sprague De Camp
|Statement||by L. Sprague De Camp and Fletcher Pratt.|
|Contributions||Pratt, Fletcher, 1897-1956, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.D3555 Car, PS3507.E2344 Car|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||48028172|
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If you’re unfamiliar with Dungeons & Dragons, it’s a role-playing game set in a universe of sorcerers, elves, dragons, and dank underground D&D’s fantasy world might sound like J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, Gygax’s Appendix N shows he drew from a wide field of fantasy and science-fiction authors: R. E. Howard (creator of Conan), H. P. Lovecraft, Fritz Leiber. The Carnelian Cube. Author: De Camp, L. Sprague & Fletcher Pratt. Place: New York. Publisher: Gnome Press. Date: Description: (8vo) original gray cloth, dust jacket. First Edition. Inscribed by L. Sprague de Camp on the front free endpaper to Sci-fi dealer and .
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The cube, after all, is a "dream-stone" and this book, in some ways, makes as much sense as dreams. If you are good at suspending disbelief you will enjoy it. This is not De Camp and Pratt's best book, but it is worth dipping into. It earns four stars for its originality/5(7). The Carnelian Cube book.
Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The carnelian cube of the title is a small red dream stone conf /5. The carnelian cube, a humorous fantasy Unknown Binding by L. Sprague De Camp (Author), Fletcher Pratt (Author) out of 5 stars 7 ratings See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(7).
The Carnelian Cube by L. Sprague de Camp. Lancer Books, Mass Market Paperback. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear.
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Genre/Form: Fiction Fantasy fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: De Camp, L. Sprague (Lyon Sprague), Carnelian cube. New York: Gnome Press. The Carnelian Cube first appeared in a Gnome Press hardcover, which is about as strong bona fides as you can get for early book-form sci-fi.
My copy is a reprint of the ’67 Lancer books edition, with a cover by Frank Kelly Freas, one of the genre’s most higly respected artists. Naturally he didn't believe that the carnelian cube was a "dream-stone" with supernatural powers. But, of course, if he were going to wish himself into another world, he would choose one where everything was perfectly rational.
Finch got his wish - with a bang. And he soon discovered that one man's rationality can easily be another man's nightmare.3/5(3). Arthur Cleveland Finch was an eminently practical man. Naturally he didn't believe that the carnelian cube was a "dream-stone" with supernatural powers.
But, of course, if he were going to wish himself into another world, he would choose one where everything was perfectly rational. Finch got his wish. De Camp, L. Sprague and Fletcher Pratt. THE CARNELIAN CUBE. New York: The Gnome Press Publishers, Octavo, cloth. First edition. In Bleiler, The Guide to.
The Carnelian Cube itself tells the tale of an archeologist named Arthur Finch who confiscates a weird stone -- the eponymous carnelian cube -- from one of the workers at his dig in Turkey.
The stone, it turns out, belonged to the Pythagorean philosopher Apollonius of Tyana, to whom later generations attributed various occult powers. The Carnelian Cube by de Camp, L. Sprague & Fletcher Pratt Seller Book Corner Tampa Bay Published Condition good with fair dust jacket.
12mo. pages browning. previous owner embossed stamp on front endpaper. rubbing to front cover Edition 2nd printing. Item Price $. Paperback Flash — “The different realities of The Carnelian Cube are akin to pocket dimensions or demi-planes in D&D parlance, and the cube itself literally appears as one of the game’s most powerful magic items.
Carnelian is book one in the Chalcedony Chronicles by B. Kristin McMichael. Marcella Navina, or Mari as she is known by, has arrived. She is moving into her dorm room and is about to begin her college career.
Her lifes plan was never questioned. She always knew she was expected to work with her Grandfather after college/5.
Get the free Sanctum Secorum #43 Companion COMING SOON. The carnelian cube of the title is a small red “dream stone” confiscated by archaeologist Arthur Cleveland Finch from Tiridat Ariminian, one of the workers on the dig he is supervising in Cappadocia.
Arthur Cleveland Finch was an eminently practical man. Naturally he didn’t believe that the carnelian cube was a “dream-stone” with supernatural powers. But, of course, if he were going to wish himself into another world, he would choose one where everything was perfectly rational.
Finch got his wish –. Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook. Buy THE CARNELIAN CUBE, First Thus by L Sprague de & Fletcher Pratt.
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Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt Date: Type: NOVEL Webpages: Wikipedia-EN Language: English User Rating: This title has no votes. VOTE Current Tags: unknown worlds (1), Appendix N (1) Add Tags. This book is in VERY GOOD condition. The carnelian cube of the title is a small red "dream stone" confiscated by archaeologist Arthur Cleveland Finch from one of the workers on the dig he is supervising.
Sleeping with it beneath his pillow he finds himself cast into a parallel world as "Finch Arthur Poet" -- who is, indeed, a Rating: % positive.The Carnelian Cube was the first book published by the new press.
Greenberg edited a number of themed anthologies for Gnome Press. Greenberg edited a number of themed anthologies for Gnome Press. He was involved in disputes with authors concerning payment, and Isaac Asimov called him a Born: JNew York, U.S.Read "The Carnelian Cube" by Fletcher Pratt available from Rakuten Kobo.
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