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Old 02-07-2010, 10:23 PM   #1
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Cabell, Branch: The Nightmare Had Triplets, v1, 8 February 2010.

The Nightmare Had Triplets
A trilogy by (James) Branch Cabell (1879-1958) consisting of the novels: Smirt (1934), Smith (1935), Smire (1937).

There are several novels by Cabell in which a person becomes a god. In this one, the central character—a writer—becomes a trinity of gods and gets involved with a number of characters from history and mythology, including the Virgin Mary.

I am grateful to forum member, Ralph Sir Edward, who provided the source files and did a great deal of proofreading.
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Old 02-09-2010, 01:16 PM   #2
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EXCELLENT WORK!

You even got the "name" right (Branch Cabell).

This is a time for rejoicing.

Now....if only I had my complete Storiesende set with me so I could scan all those and give them to you for conversion.

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EXCELLENT WORK!

You even got the "name" right (Branch Cabell).

This is a time for rejoicing.

Now....if only I had my complete Storiesende set with me so I could scan all those and give them to you for conversion.

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What, the Illustrated versions (minus the illustrations) aren't good enough?

or maybe the Heirs and Assigns.....
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What, the Illustrated versions (minus the illustrations) aren't good enough?

or maybe the Heirs and Assigns.....

All this will do, until a Complete Storiesende becomes available (and, as you know that set represents the definitive James Branch Cabell.)

I actually collect the Kalki Editions, as well, in their different editions because of the changes he incorporated. Talk about anal-retentive....



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All this will do, until a Complete Storiesende becomes available (and, as you know that set represents the definitive James Branch Cabell.)

I actually collect the Kalki Editions, as well, in their different editions because of the changes he incorporated. Talk about anal-retentive....



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All right, hotshot...

Which is more definitive - The Storiesende Edition of The Music From Behind the Moon or the 1948 version in The Witch Woman???

And what did you think of my pulling out the two episodes from Straws and Prayer-Books and putting them in as appendicies to The Silver Stallion? It may not be kosher by Storiesende standards, but at last all the stories of the members of the fellowship after the fellowship was ended are now all together....

(I'll bet anybody else reading this are ROFL about our quibbles!)
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