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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Stories of the end of civilized life have always fascinated us, from the mythological world endings, Armageddon to Ragnorok, to the flood stories of across the Ancient world. They make us wonder what we would do if all around us came to an end: no transport, no fuel, no communications: a retreat into the desperation, the onslaught of disease, how would we survive? This is the source of zombie literature and provides the inspiration for this fabulous mix of horror and adventure, of classic and brand new writing in the successful series of Gothic Fantasy titles from Flame Tree. These new authors will appear alongside the following classic and essential writers: Stephen Vincent Benet, J.D. Beresford, Lord Byron, Arthur Conan Doyle, George Allan England, William Hope Hodgson, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, M.P. Shiel, Snorri Sturluson, Jules Verne, H.G. Wells; along with a retelling of the Ancient Sumerian and Babylonian Myth of Apocalypse.
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Dr. Florian Mussgnug is Reader in Italian and Comparative Literature at University College London. Educated at the Universities of Oxford (BA, MSt) and Pisa (PhD), he has been Visiting Lecturer at Oxford and Visiting Professor at the University of Rome. He has published widely on twentieth and twenty-first century literature in German, Italian and English, including The Eloquence of Ghosts (2010, winner of the 2012 Edinburgh Gadda Prize) and The Good Place: Comparative Perspectives on Utopia (2014, with Matthew Reza). He is currently writing a book about apocalypse fiction, parental responsibility and global existential risk.