6 edition of The Xipehuz and The death of the earth found in the catalog.
Translation of Les Xipéhuz and of La mort de la terre.
|Other titles||Death of the earth.|
|Statement||Joseph-Henri Boëx (J. -H. Rosny, aîné, pseud.) ; translated from the original 1888 and 1912 French editions by George Edgar Slusser.|
|Series||Lost race and adult fantasy fiction|
|Contributions||Rosny, J.-H., 1856-1940.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.R732 Xi 1978, PQ2635.O56 Xi 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 183 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||77084283|
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The phantasy is ingenious, and ingeniously developed. The pretense of erudition is as curious as the style is delicate. Here we are face to face with the supernatural, and far, indeed, from that microscopic examination.
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