333: A Bibliography of the Science-Fantasy Novel


 by Joseph H. Crawford, Jr., James J. Donahue, and Donald M. Grant






The Grandon Company, Providence, RI. 1953. Thin booklet. 79 pages. (6 X 9). Introduction by the authors. The entries are broken into nine categories: The Gothic Romance, The Weird Tale, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Lost Race, Fantastic Adventure, Unknown Worlds, The Oriental Novel, and Associational. The entries are arranged alphabetically by author, and then by title. The plot of each book is explained in a short paragraph. You can probably get an idea from the entries if the item looks interesting enough to search out and read. There is a cross index by title at the end of the book.





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