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White Sybil, the (1935) [Short Story]
by Clark Ashton Smith Rating: Weighted - 7.2 / Average - 7.0 of 10 (1 votes) (Rate!)
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Summary (From the author):

A pale, beautiful, unearthly being, goddess or woman, who comes and goes mysteriously in the cities of Hyperborea, sometimes uttering strange prophecies or cryptic tidings. Tortha, the young poet, seeing her on the streets of Cerngoth in Mhu Thulan, is deeply smitten, and seeks to follow and find her dwelling place...

First published as a booklet from Fantasy Publications (1935)

Also appears in:

  • The Abominations of Yondo, Arkham House (1960)
  • Hyperborea, Ballantine (1971)
  • The City of the Singing Flame, Timescape (1981)
  • The White Sybil and Other Stories, Wildside Press (2005)
  • The Maze of the Enchanter, Night Shade (2009)

Original title: The White Sybil
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionFantasyDark Fantasy

This work is a subwork of the following works :
     Abominations of Yondo, the (1960) [Collection]
      Author: Clark Ashton Smith
     Hyperborea (1971) [Collection]
      Author: Clark Ashton Smith
     City of the Singing Flame, the (1981) [Collection]
      Author: Clark Ashton Smith
     White Sybil, the (2005) [Collection]
      Author: Clark Ashton Smith
     Maze of the Enchanter, the (2009) [Collection]
      Author: Clark Ashton Smith

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