Prisoner of the Vampires of Mars

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PRISONER
OF THE
VAMPIRES
OF MARS

Gustave Le Rouge

Translated by David Beus and Brian Evenson
Introduction by William Ambler

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS | LINCOLN AND LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • The War of the Vampires vii
  • Introduction ix
  • The Prisoner of the Planet Mars 1
  • Part One 3
  • I - A Mysterious Message 5
  • II - Ralph Pitcher’s Home 14
  • III - Missing 31
  • IV - Yarmouth Street 34
  • V - The Castle of Energy 41
  • VI - Marvels 50
  • VII - The Catastrophe 58
  • VIII - The Awakening 63
  • Part Two 73
  • I - The Wilderness 75
  • II - Dead from Joy 82
  • III - The Conquest of Fire 92
  • IV - The White Beast 99
  • V - The Vampire 107
  • VI - Captain Wad’s Experiment 112
  • VII - The Martian Village 129
  • VIII - Public Festivities 135
  • IX - War with the Idols 140
  • X - Nocturnal Battle 147
  • XI - Explorations 155
  • XII - Progress 161
  • XIII - The Crystal Mountain 164
  • XIV - The Photographs 173
  • XV - "Ro-Bert DAR-Vel" 178
  • XVI - Darkness 188
  • Translator’s Note 191
  • The War of the Vampires 193
  • Part One - The Invisibles 195
  • I - Zarouk 197
  • II - The Villa Des Lentisques 207
  • III - A Meal Worthy of Lucullus 219
  • IV - The Invisible Being 229
  • V - The Catastrophe 237
  • VI - A Strange Meteorite 250
  • VII - A Potent Cure 260
  • Part Two - The Martian Mystery 267
  • I - Robert Darvel’s Tale 269
  • II - After the Victory 286
  • III - The Aerophytes 298
  • IV - The Glass Tower 308
  • V - Arsenals and Catacombs 321
  • VI - The Opal Helmet 336
  • VII - The Isle of Death 349
  • VIII - The Road Home 364
  • Part Three - The Last of the Vampires 373
  • I - Nocturnal Phantasms 375
  • II - The Pursuit 381
  • III - Explanations 393
  • In the Bison Frontiers of Imagination Series 399
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