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The Peculiar Exploits of Brigadier Ffellowes

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Series  Brigadier Ffellowes
Media type  Print (Hardback)
ISBN  0-8027-5548-8
Author  Sterling E. Lanier
Country  United States of America
Genres  Fantasy, Short story
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Language  English
Publication date  1971
Pages  159 pp
Originally published  1971
Publisher  Walker Books
OCLC  357403
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The Peculiar Exploits of Brigadier Ffellowes is a collection of fantasy short stories by Sterling E. Lanier. The stories take the form of tall tales told in a bar or club, similar to the Jorkens stories of Lord Dunsany. It was first published in New York by Walker in 1971, and in London by Sidgwick & Jackson in 1977. The English edition includes an introduction by Arthur C. Clarke. The collection was also published together with John Morressy's Frostworld and Dreamfire as the Sidgwick & Jackson double Science Fiction Special 35 in 1981. The stories originally appeared in issues of the Fantasy and Science Fiction between August, 1968 and July, 1970.

Contents

  • "Introduction" (Arthur C. Clarke) (English edition and later American edition only)
  • "His Only Safari"
  • "The Kings of the Sea"
  • "His Coat So Gay"
  • "The Leftovers"
  • "A Feminine Jurisdiction"
  • "Fraternity Brother"
  • "Soldier Key"
  • References

    The Peculiar Exploits of Brigadier Ffellowes Wikipedia


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