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10 thoughts on “The Broken Sword

  1. says:

    Why is this book not popular? Written four years after The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe and published the same year as Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring Poul Anderson’s The Broken Sword is a fantasy masterpiece Combining Norse myth a

  2. says:

    THIS JUST IN In a stunning development certain to send shockwaves through the world of Fantasy Literature The Lord of the Rings long considered by many to be the Greatest Epic Fantasy of all time has been bitch slapped and b

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    Every young medium if it wishes to be taken seriously as an art form must find a way to present mature stories Movies began to take themselves seriously in the thirties comic books began their struggle to elevate themselves in the late seventies and videogames have been trying to achieve greater depth for the past few yearsYet like any rise from adolescence to adulthood this reaching for maturity is always an awkward period It i

  4. says:

    The Broken Sword is an essential work of heroic fantasy as important to the development of the genre as Eddison

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    Many ages ago when majestic forests dominated our lands and little cottages of hay and wood were the only thing protecting the hairy humans from the elements tales were not just tales The stories passed down from one generation to the next held Truth The stories read in those days were never forgotten They were c

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    Poul Anderson is an authors' author Wait I already said that in my review of Tau Zero Now I will talk about his versatility The Broken Sword is nothing like his sci fi books that I have read before and it is so very different from Tau Zero that it is hard to believe the same author wrote both books I can not imag

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    It was a cool spring dark with the moon nearly full rime glittering on the grass and the stars still hard and bright as in winter The night was very uiet save for the sighing of wind in budding branches and the world was all sliding shadows and cold white lightPublished in 1954 Poul Anderson’s The Broken Sword is one of the forgotten giants

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    There is a broken sword and there is a broken thing a changeling the story's villain There is a man and a woman and both shall be broken as well; love shall bind them and love shall break them There are elves that rape their prisoners and trolls that mourn their lost daughters; Odin disguised as Lucifer and Lucifer coming to mock and offer no succor even to those who swear fealty There is a White God bringing change all shall fear Him Th

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    The Broken Sword A dark fantasy classic of Norse mythologyOriginally posted at Fantasy LiteraturePoul Anderson’s The Broken Sword 1954 was selected by David Pringle in his Modern Fantasy The 100 Best Novels and is highly praised by Michael Moorcock whose character Elric of Melnibone and his demon possessed sword Stormbringer are directly inspired by The Broken Sword The audio version is narrated by Bronson Pi

  10. says:

    There are hundreds of good fantasy books several that can be considered classics Only a few can be compared in any fashion

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