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Lud of Lunden

(1976)
(The first book in the Tros of Samothrace series)
A novel by

 
 
Tros of Samothrace is an historical novel with fantasy elements by author Talbot Mundy. The novel was constructed of novellas which first appeared in the magazine Adventure in the 1920s. Although the stories were popular with Adventure's readers, they also aroused fierce debate due to the fact that Mundy depicted Julius Caesar and Roman civilization as imperialistic and tyrannical; Adventure editor Arthur Sullivant Hoffman later stated that the Tros stories were the most controversial the magazine had ever published. Mundy's negative depiction of Caesar resulted in a historical debate about the ruler in Adventure's letters section, "the Camp-Fire". This volume is the first of four, and includes the first episode, "Tros of Samothrace" and its sequel "The Enemy of Rome". Look for the companion volumes "Helma", "Liafail" and "Helene". --wikipedia



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Paperback Editions

June 1978 : USA Mass Market Paperback
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Title: Lud of Lunden
Author(s): Talbot Mundy
ISBN: 0-89083-372-9 / 978-0-89083-372-8 (USA edition)
Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp
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January 1976 : USA Paperback
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Title: Lud of London
Author(s): Talbot Mundy
ISBN: 0-89083-207-2 / 978-0-89083-207-3 (USA edition)
Publisher: Zebra
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