Article Michael Moorcock – Elric 3. The Weird of the White Wolf • Published Tue 15 Mar 1977
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These are the seven The Books of Elric on DAW Books:

  1. Elric of Melniboné ★ (Oct 1976)
  2. The Sailor on the Seas of Fate ★★ (Dec 1976)
  3. The Weird of the White Wolf ★★★ (Mar 1977)
  4. The Vanishing Tower ★★★★ (Jun 1977)
  5. The Bane of the Black Sword ★★★★★ (Oct 1977)
  6. Stormbringer ★★★★★★ (Nov 1977)
  7. Elric at the End of Time (May 1985)

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Elric 3. The Weird of the White Wolf

  • Novel: The Third Novel of Elric of Melniboné
  • Previously published: A partial version was previously published as
    THE STEALER OF SOULS
  • Author by Michael Moorcock. Cover painting by Michael Whelan. Illustration by John Collier and Walter Romanski.
  • No. 233
  • Pages: 159
  • Tue 15 Mar 1977
  • fix-up novel
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ISBN 13
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Price 1a: $1.25 UY1286 0-87997-286-6
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Publisher: DAW Books / New American Library of Canada
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Price 3: $1.50 UW1390 0-87997-390-0
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Year: Jul 1978
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Author’s note

Part of this book originally appeared in a volume entitled The Stealer of Souls, published in the U.S.A. by Lancer Books in 1967. The revised version contains two sections never previously published in chronological sequence but which appeared out of context in a collection entitled The Singing Citadel published in the U.S.A. by Berkley Medalion Books in 1970. This is the first time this revised edition has been published in any country.

Contents
  1. Prologue: THE DREAM OF EARL AUBEC
  2. Book One: THE DREAMING CITY (Section ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR)
  3. Book Two: WHILE THE GODS LAUGH (Section ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR)
  4. Book Three: THE SINGING CITADEL (Section ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE)
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“We must be bound to one another then. Bound by
hell-forged chains and fate-haunted circumstance. Well,
then – let it be thus so – and men will have cause to
tremble and flee when they hear the names of Elric of
Melnibone and Stormbringer, his sword. We are two of a
kind – produced by an age which has deserted us. Let
us give this age cause to hate us.”

Imrryr, the dreaming city; Yyrkoon, the hated
usurper; Cymoril, the beloved… all had fallen to
the fury and unearthly power of the albino prince and his
terrible sword. And Elric faced at last the fate that was
to be his in this haunted era – that he must go forth,
sword and man as one, and havoc and horror would be
forever at his forefront until he found the Purpose
that was yet obscured to him.

THE WEIRD OF THE WHITE WOLF
is the authorized, revised and finally completed novel
of the third book of Elric.

FROM DAW
By Michael Moorcock:
ELRIC OF MELNIBONÉ  UY1259―$1.25
THE SAILOR ON THE SEAS OF FATE  UY1270―$1.25

THE JEWEL IN THE SKULL  UY1276―$1.25
LEGENDS FROM THE END OF TIME  UY1218―$1.25
THE LAND OF LEVIATHAN  UY1214―$1.25

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