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The Tower of the Elephant (Conan, #3) (Conan, #3) (Weird Tales) Robert Ervin Howard Was An American Pulp Writer Of Fantasy, Horror, Historical Adventure, Boxing, Western, And Detective Fiction He Is Well Known For Having Created The Character Conan The Cimmerian, A Literary Icon Whose Pop Culture Imprint Can Be Compared To Such Icons As Tarzan Of The Apes, Sherlock Holmes, And James Bond Voracious Reading, Along With A Natural Talent For Prose Writing And The Encouragement Of Teachers, Conspired To Create In Howard An Interest In Becoming A Professional Writer One By One He Discovered The Authors That Would Influence His Later Work Jack London And Rudyard Kipling It S Clear From Howard S Earliest Writings And The Recollections Of His Friends That He Suffered From Severe Depression From An Early Age Friends Recall Him Defending The Act Of Suicide As A Valid Alternative As Early As Eighteen Years Old, While Many Of His Stories And Poems Have A Suicidal Gloom And Intensity That Seem Prescient In Hindsight, Describing Such An End Not As A Tragedy But As A Release From Hell On Earth

10 thoughts on “The Tower of the Elephant (Conan, #3) (Conan, #3) (Weird Tales)

  1. says:

    come join Conan the Cimmerian as he romps about in two bold and bloody adventures well, one sorta kinda adventure and the other a short mystery although really not much of a mystery in the first, young Conan encounters unpleasant natural supernatural threats while attempting to steal a precious jewel in the second, young Conan encounters unpleasant guardsmen a rather obvious secret monster while attempting to

  2. says:

    I ve read 4 Conan short stories now, and while I m beginning to recognize that there s a definite formula to Howard s writing, this story was thus far unmatched in terms of sheer entertainment value and the lore it added to the world If I had known years ago that Howard s Conan works were so steeped in lore and grand world building, I probably would have started reading these stories long ago Set in the early days of Co

  3. says:

    Buddy Read with a fabulous bunch of people

    I really, really loved this one The way the words flowed and the dialogue felt poetic I recognized several scenes that the movie Conan The Barbarian took from this story

    And that spider scene rocked

    I can picture in my mind Conan running around with his butt cheeks showing Just be careful where you put your trunk, Yara

  4. says:

    I liked this one a bit than the previous two stories, probably because it was essentially a heist I liked that the master thief died so abruptly, like he built up his reputation all so he could play a bit part for Conan And then there s the Lovecraftian twist at the end, that really sealed the deal for me.

  5. says:

    I read the version of this story in The Sword and Sorcery Anthology edited by David G Hartwell and Jacob Weisman.This is less like reading a story and like reading a rather bland DD game Conan feels robotic as does his companion Things happen but few feelings are felt except in the opening of the story which sets up Conan well but he seems to disappear inside himself However, the fun for me came with the reveal of why the tower is called The Tower

  6. says:

    Howard at his best The Tower of the Elephant is one of the best of Robert E Howard s tales of Conan the barbarian, and one of his best stories period Conan s encounter with the being in the tower is most unusual to say the least Conan s capacity to feel empathy for this creature reveals a complexity and sensitivity to his character that is seldom seen elsewhere in the Conan saga Highly recommended.

  7. says:

    Tower is not the first but it is one of best stories that Howard wrote.Arnie S was ghastly as Conan he was far too big.In the 1970s there was movie called Street Fighter starring Charles Bronson he then would been brilliant as Conan.This dark Ghotic story about theft an elephant God a dark wizard it s classic

  8. says:

    By far the best Conan story I ve read so far And I ve enjoyed most quite a bit.

  9. says:

    I ve read this Conan tale probably ten times now and I still find it fascinating Truly the father of Sword and Sorcery, Robert E Howard was influenced by so much in his relatively short life He writes here about the bases evil and greed of man, the necessity of bonds with others towards common purpose, and the inherent evils of sorcery The elephant creature he finds in the tower was once a powerful and beautiful equivalent to a cosmic diety A base and greedy man wanted it s secrets, and g

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    A Torre do Elefante , publicado originalmente na revista Weird Tales em 1933, um dos contos protagonizados pelo her i Conan, o Cim rio, escrito pelo autor norte americano Robert E Howard Est definido na era pseudo hist rica de Hyborian e conta como Conan se infiltrou numa torre cheia de perigos para roubar uma j ia lend ria ao terr vel feiticeiro Yara Devido sua vis o nica sobre o mundo criado e elementos fant sticos at picos para a poca, a hist ria considerada um cl ssico na tradi o de Conan e fre

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