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La Grande Anthologie de la fantasy

by Marc Duveau (Editor), Jacques Goimard (Editor)

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Le livre d'or de la Science-Fiction : Le manoir des roses by Marc Duveau

Chu-bu And Sheemish by Lord Dunsany (indirect)

The Queen's Enemies by Lord Dunsany (indirect)

Die Versteinerten [Kurzgeschichte] by Hannes Bok (indirect)

The Voyage of King Euvoran by Clark Ashton Smith (indirect)

La chambre de la Belle-Dame [Nouvelle] by Robert E. Howard (indirect)

The Seventeen Virgins by Jack Vance (indirect)

Darkness Box [short story] by Ursula K. Le Guin (indirect)

Quand les hommes-félins by Mervyn Peake (indirect)

The Gods Of Niom Parma [Short story] by Lin Carter (indirect)

The Truce [Short story] by Tanith Lee (indirect)

The Manor Of Roses [short story] by Thomas Burnett Swann (indirect)

Aux heures crépusculaires by Mervyn Peake (indirect)

Le livre d'or de la Science-Fiction : Michael Moorcock by Michael Moorcock

My Life by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

The Time Dweller [short story] by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

Escape From Evening by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

The Mountain [Short Story] by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

The Pleasure Gardens of Felipe Saggitarius by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

Behold the Man by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

The Nature of the Catastrophe [short story] by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

Pale Roses by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

Dead Singers by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

The Minstrel Girl by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

Le livre d'or de la Science-Fiction : La citadelle écarlate by Marc Duveau

Le livre d'or de la Science-Fiction : La cathédrale de sang by Marc Duveau

Pride of the fleet [Short story] by Bruce Jones (indirect)

Bleeding Stones [Short story] by Harlan Ellison (indirect)

Stronghold [Short story] by Mark S. Geston (indirect)

In The World's Dusk by Edmond Hamilton (indirect)

Le livre d'or de la Science-Fiction : Le monde des chimères by Marc Duveau

Chimère by Tanith Lee (indirect)

White Stars by Michael Moorcock (indirect)

The Sword Dyrnwyn by Lloyd Alexander (indirect)

The jewel of Arwen by Marion Zimmer Bradley (indirect)

Two Suns Setting by Karl Edward Wagner (indirect)

Coranda by Keith Roberts (indirect)

Piper At The Gates Of Dawn [novella] by Richard Cowper (indirect)

They Loved Me in Utica [short story] by Avram Davidson (indirect)

The Zanzibar Cat [short story] by Joanna Russ (indirect)

Payment In Kind [Short story] by C.A. Cador (indirect)

La guerre des magiciens by William Rotsler (indirect)

Comme un chant de lumière triste by George R. R. Martin (indirect)

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