Originally Posted by Anthony G Williams
Interesting - I've had 'Figures of Earth', Jurgen' and 'The Silver Stallion' for decades (Tandem Fantasy, 1971) and read them twice, but I thought that was all there was!
That happens a lot with Cabell, since few save older readers in the field seem to have even encountered the name. And even of those books which could strictly be considered "fantasy", there are more even within the Biography. Something About Eve, for instance, was recognized as a fantasy classic even back in REH's day -- he wrote an essay on that one, incidentally, which is rather an interesting piece in itself....