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Smith: A Sylvan Interlude (edition 1935)

by James Branch Cabell

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" Cabell's] most substantial post-Biography fantasy was "The Nightmare Has Triplets," a sequence comprising Smirt: An Urban Nightmare, Smith: A Sylvan Interlude, and Smire: An Acceptance in the Third Person. This explicitly emulates the logic and geography of dreams . . . successfully mistly and dreamlike . . ." --The Encyclopedia of Fantasy… (more)
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Title:Smith: A Sylvan Interlude
Authors:James Branch Cabell
Info:Robert M. McBride & Company (1935), Hardcover
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