Behold the Man, by Moorcock, Michael

I have never been much of a fantasy enthusiasts, so the amount of contact Ive had in the past to Michael Moorcock has been pretty limited. Probably his best known work has been the Elric of Melnibone series, which was basically the tale of a weakling king with a magic sword and an evil brother. Moorcock was a very important character in the acceptance of the New Wave in the 60's: Perhaps he and Ellison were the most important; Moorcock with his brief New Worlds editorship and Ellison wi[…]

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