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    Conquest of Armageddon by Jonathan Green (Black Library, December 5, 2005, 1-84416-196-X, £6.99, 414pp, pb, cover by Klaus Scherwinski) [Warhammer 40,000]
        SF novelization. Book 2 of the “Black Templars” series, set in the “Warhammer 40,000” universe. This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $7.99.


    Crusade for Armageddon by Jonathan Green (Black Library, June 2003, 1-84416-025-4, £5.99, 280pp, pb, cover by Adrian Smith) [Warhammer 40,000]
        Future-war novel set in the “Warhammer 40,000” universe.



    Iron Hands by Jonathan Green (Black Library, August 2004, 1-84416-094-7, £6.99, 409pp, pb, cover by Adrian Smith) [Warhammer 40,000]
        Future-war novel set in the “Warhammer 40,000” universe. This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $7.99.


    Magestorm by Jonathan Green (Black Library, February 2, 2004, 1-84416-074-2, £5.99, 250pp, pb, cover by Adrian Smith) [Warhammer]
        Fantasy war novel. A “Warhammer” novel. This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $6.99.


    Necromancer by Jonathan Green (Black Library, January 2005, 1-84416-158-7, £5.99, 244pp, pb, cover by Geoff Taylor) [Warhammer]
        This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $6.99.
    Details taken from online listing.



    A Book of Dragons ed. Roger Lancelyn Green (Puffin, 1976, 0-1403-0606-4, 60p, 250pp, pb)
        Reissue (Hamilton 1970) anthology. Mixture of retold traditional tales and newer work.
    • 9 · Introduction · Roger Lancelyn Green · in (r)
    • · Part One: Dragons of Ancient Days
    • 15 · Jason and the Dragon of Colchis · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 21 · The Song That Orpheus Sang to Charm the Dragon · translated by Andrew Lang · pm (r)
    • 22 · The Boy and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 26 · The Dragon of Macedon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 31 · The Fox and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 33 · The Dragon and the Peasant · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 36 · The Dragon’s Egg · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 38 · Dragons and Elephants · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • · Ages, Part Two: Dragons of the Dark Ages
    • 45 · Sigurd the Dragon-Slayer · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 53 · Beowulf and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 61 · Ragmar Shaggy-Legs and the Dragons · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 65 · An Adventure of Digenes the Borderer · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 68 · The Red Dragon of Wales · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 74 · Sir Tristram in Ireland · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 83 · Sir Lancelot and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 87 · St. George and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 93 · The Mummers’ Play · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 98 · Sir John Maundeville’s Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 100 · The Dragons of Rhodes, Lucerne, and Somerset · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • · Part Three: Dragons of Folklore
    • 107 · The Laidly Worm · adapted by Joseph Jacobs · ss (r)
    • 112 · The Lambton Worm · adapted by Joseph Jacobs · ss (r)
    • 118 · The Little Bull-Calf · adapted by Joseph Jacobs · ss (r)
    • 122 · The Dragon and His Grandmother · translated by May Sellar · ss (r)
    • 127 · The Dragon of the North · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 134 · The Master Thief and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 138 · Stan Bolovan and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 147 · The Prince and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 155 · The Cock and the Dragon · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 159 · The Chinese Dragons · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • · Part Four: Dragons of Later Days
    • 165 · The Red Cross Knight and the Dragon · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 171 · The Shepherd of the Giant Mountains · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 178 · Jabberwocky · Lewis Carroll · pm from Through the Looking-Glass, Macmillan, 1871
    • 180 · The Lady Dragonissa · Andrew Lang · ss (r)
    • 183 · The Fiery Dragon [Seven Dragons] · E. Nesbit · ss The Strand Magazine September 1899, as “The Heart of Stone and the Heart of Gold”
    • 201 · The Dragon at Hide-and-Seek · G. K. Chesterton · ss Number Two Joy Street by , Basil Blackwell, 1924
    • 210 · Conrad and the Dragon · L. P. Hartley · nv (r)
    • 240 · The Hoard · J. R. R. Tolkien · pm The Adventures of Tom Bombadil by J. R. R. Tolkien, George Allen and Unwin, 1962
    • 243 · The Dragon Speaks · C. S. Lewis · pm Poems by C. S. Lewis, Bles, 1964
    • 246 · Epilogue · Roger Lancelyn Green · aw (r)
    • 247 · Notes on Sources · [uncredited] · ms (r)


    A Book of Magicians ed. Roger Lancelyn Green (Puffin US, 1977, 0-1403-0939-X, $1.50, 267pp, pb, cover by Victor Ambrus)
    • 9 · Introduction · Roger Lancelyn Green · in (r)
    • 13 · Invitation (lyric) · W. S. Gilbert · sg (r)
    • · Part One: Magicians of Ancient Days
    • 17 · Teta the Magician · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 23 · A Hittite Charm against a Wizard’s Spell · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 24 · The Magician from Corinth · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 32 · The Sorcerer’s Apprentice · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 37 · Virgilius the Sorcerer · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • · Part Two: Magicians of the Middle Ages
    • 51 · Aladdin and the African Magician · [uncredited] · nv (r)
    • 74 · Merlin, the Wizard of Britain · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 93 · Bradamante and the Wizard · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 103 · The Franklin’s Tale (retold from Chaucer) · Eleanor Farjeon · ss (r)
    • · Part Three: Magicians of Folklore
    • 115 · The Magician’s Horse · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 127 · The Gifts of the Magician · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 135 · The Magician’s Pupil · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 140 · The Magician Who Had no Heart · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 148 · The Wizard King · [uncredited] · ss (r)
    • 157 · Chinook and Chinok · Andrew Lang · pm (r)
    • · Part Four: Magicians of Later Days
    • 161 · The Castle of Kerglas · Emile Souvestre; translated by Mrs. Andrew Lang · ss The Lilac Fairy Book ed. Andrew Lang, Longmans, Green, and Co., 1910
      translated from the French (“Peronnik l’idiot”, Le Foyer Breton, 1844).
    • 178 · The Magician and His Pupil · Amelia Godin · ss (r)
      translated from the German.
    • 188 · The Magicians’ Gifts · Juliana Horatia Ewing · ss (r)
    • 197 · The Magician Turned Mischief-maker · Juliana Horatia Ewing · ss (r)
    • 202 · The Princess and the Cat · E. Nesbit · ss (r)
    • 220 · The Magician who Wanted More · Andrew Lang · ss (r)
    • 236 · The Crab That Played with the Sea · Rudyard Kipling · ss (r)
    • 247 · Prince Rabbit · A. A. Milne · ss (r)
    • 263 · Epilogue · Roger Lancelyn Green · aw (r)
    • 265 · Notes on Sources · [uncredited] · ms (r)








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