THE GRANDMASTER OF FANTASY! Volume II of the first ever collection of the complete short stories of A. Merritt, the supreme genius of fantasy, terror and speculation. Includes, for the first time ever, Merritt's lost story, "Pool of the Stone God." Merritt weaves, "A glimmering, glittering web of imagination." New York Times. Through the Dragon Glass & Other Masterpieces of Fantasy, Horror and the Uncanny contains the complete text of five of A. Merritt's greatest tales. Included are the title story, "The Fox Woman," "Three Lines of Old French," "Music of the Spheres," and "The Pool of the Stone God." Discover why Isaac Asimov hailed Merritt as "The most famous of all fantasy writers." And why the Science Fiction encyclopedia says, " His stories carry within them the true note of fear the dread of the unknown that lies latent even within civilized man. Stories that grow like the unfolding of an evil flower whose deadly fragrance is both overpoweringly sweet and hateful to the senses, to a terrific climax." Companion volume, The Women of the Wood and Other Stories.
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