Many of the beautiful color covers on Argosy that featured a Foreign Legionnaire were highlighting a Roscoe story about Thibaut Corday. This volume features the first 6 Corday stories and you can order it now from the Altus Press website. The other volumes will be released over the next three months and present all of the Corday stories in the order that they appeared in Argosy. The stories included in this volume are:. Readers might also want to check out some of the other pulp story collections that can be found at Altus Press. The publishers there bring together some of the best stories from the pulp era and assemble them into well edited collections.
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Zar also feels a lot less like Pellucidar and a lot more like an iconic location from the Tarzan novels - the city of Opar, last outpost of drowned Atlantis, buried deep in the African jungle. In both cases we have a society descended from the mythical Atlantis with Zar being descended from Minoan Crete, which likely provided the germ of the idea for Atlantis - in either case, the Zarians still have the legendary orichalcum metal of Atlantis , ruled by a beautiful queen who falls hard for the hero, only to be spurned - something she will not tolerate.here
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And while I know there was at least one attempt to sacrifice Tarzan to the "Flaming God" of Opar, I forget if Queen La was the one who initiated that or not. I know in later books she sheltered him from the priests of the Flaming God, but I forget if his first encounter with her ended so well.
It puts a significant time difference between their origins, and as such the pirates of Zanthodon still maintain vague oral histories of their descent from the surface world. They're also far more savage then the so-called "savages" of Zanthodon's jungles, with the same sort of byzantine plots and counterplots that we'd previously encountered in Zar.
I'm not sure if Carter's trying to make a Howardian point regarding civilization vs. The pirate that kidnaps her in the first place, Khairadine Redbeard, flogs her for not letting him rape her in his cabin on his ship, and he specifically is flogging her across the breasts and buttocks. Later, when Darya is captured by Zoraida, the woman who'd held Khairadine's affections until Darya came along, Zoraida "avenges" herself of this "insult" by whipping Darya, and this time she's focused on whipped her not just across the breasts, but across the loins as well.
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