The Night Land (häftad) NY
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
448
Utgivningsdatum
2024-05-20
Förlag
British Library Publishing
Dimensioner
30 x 180 x 120 mm
Vikt
450 g
ISBN
9780712355759

The Night Land

Häftad,  Engelska, 2024-05-20
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Aeons in the future, Earth's surface faces perpetual night after the failing of the Sun. Humanity is entrenched within the Last Redoubt, a colossal metal pyramid. Beyond the safety of its structure lurk countless unknowable threats. William Hope Hodgson's strange, visionary novel of humanity's struggle for survival in the eternal darkness of the future was first published in 1912, and is widely acknowledged to be one of the foundation works of the 'Dying Earth' subgenre of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Written in a style composed of strange archaisms which fuel the weird sense of disorientation, this cult classic has won the admiration of writers from Brian Aldiss to C S Lewis, who wrote: 'The Night Land gives, like certain rare dreams, sensations we never had before.'
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William Hope Hodgson (1877-1918) was a key figure in British weird fiction, renowned for a huge body of work that consisted of essays, short fiction and novels that often fused together the horror, fantastic fiction and science fiction genres. Hodgson is remembered chiefly for his nautical horror stories and for his occult detective, Carnacki the Ghost-finder. Following his death near Ypres during the First World War, his stories continued to be published posthumously throughout the twentieth century.