Complete Works of John Buchan by John Buchan

By John Buchan

* superbly illustrated with photographs in terms of Buchan’s existence and works

* Concise introductions to the novels and different texts

* ALL 29 novels, with person contents tables

* unique sequence contents desk for the Richard Hannay and Dickson McCunn novels

* Even comprises infrequent works, just like the children’s novel THE MAGIC WALKING-STICK and the author’s final novel THE lengthy TRAVERSE, showing the following for the 1st time

* photographs of the way the books have been first published, giving your eReader a flavor of the unique texts

* very good formatting of the novels and different works

* numerous novels are illustrated with their unique artwork

* distinct chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry and the quick stories

* simply find the poems or brief tales you need to read

* the full brief tales and poetry, absolutely listed in chronological order

* features a number of Buchan’s non-fiction, together with his celebrated biographies on Sir Walter Scott, Lord Minto and King George V

* beneficial properties Buchan’s infrequent autobiography, released almost immediately after his demise – discover Buchan’s literary life!

* Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres

CONTENTS:

The Richard Hannay Series

The Dickson McCunn Trilogy

The Edward Leithen Novels

The Novels

SIR QUIXOTE OF THE MOORS

JOHN BURNET OF BARNS

A misplaced girl OF outdated YEARS

THE HALF-HEARTED

A inn within the WILDERNESS

PRESTER JOHN

THE POWER-HOUSE

THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS

SALUTE TO ADVENTURERS

GREENMANTLE

MR STANDFAST

THE course OF A KING

HUNTINGTOWER

MIDWINTER

THE 3 HOSTAGES

JOHN MACNAB

THE GODDESS FROM THE SHADES

WITCH WOOD

THE MAGIC WALKING-STICK

THE COURTS OF THE MORNING

CASTLE GAY

THE BLANKET OF THE DARK

THE hole within the CURTAIN

A PRINCE OF THE CAPTIVITY

THE loose FISHERS

THE residence OF THE 4 WINDS

THE ISLAND OF SHEEP

SICK center RIVER

THE lengthy TRAVERSE

The brief Stories

LIST OF brief tales IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

LIST OF brief tales IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

The Poetry

LIST OF POEMS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

Selected Non-Fiction

THE AFRICAN COLONY

A ebook OF ESCAPES AND moved quickly JOURNEYS

LORD MINTO: A MEMOIR

MONTROSE: A HISTORY

SIR WALTER SCOTT

THE KING’S GRACE

The Autobiography

MEMORY HOLD-THE-DOOR

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But Arod, the horse of Rohan, refused the way, and he stood sweating and trembling in a fear that was grievous to see. Then Legolas laid his hands on his eyes and sang some words that went soft in the gloom, until he suffered himself to be led, and Legolas passed in. And there stood Gimli the Dwarf left all alone. His knees shook, and he was wroth with himself. ' he said. ' With that he plunged in. But it seemed to him that he dragged his feet like lead over the threshold; and at once a blindness came upon him, even upon Gimli Glóin's son who had walked unafraid in many deep places of the world.

Speak and be comforted, and shake off the shadow! ' 'A struggle somewhat grimmer for my part than the battle of the Hornburg,' answered Aragorn. ' exclaimed Gimli with fear and astonishment in his face. 'Did you say aught to – him? ' 'You forget to whom you speak,' said Aragorn sternly, and his eyes glinted. 'Did I not openly proclaim my title before the doors of Edoras? What do you fear that I should say to him? Nay, Gimli,' he said in a softer voice, and the grimness left his face, and he looked like one who has laboured in sleepless pain for many nights.

The Darkness has begun. ' 803 Chapter II THE PASSING OF THE GREY COMPANY G andalf was gone, and the thudding hoofs of Shadowfax were lost in the night, when Merry came back to Aragorn. He had only a light bundle, for he had lost his pack at Parth Galen, and all he had was a few useful things he had picked up among the wreckage of Isengard. Hasufel was already saddled. Legolas and Gimli with their horse stood close by. 'So four of the Company still remain,' said Aragorn. 'We will ride on together.

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