Брат бури (Brat buri)
(Brother of the Storm)

North-West
Year : 1998
Book No. : ISBN-10: 5-7906-0100-6
Edition : 1st
Format : Hardcover
Pages : 496
Cover art : Ken Kelly
Illustrations : S. Shikin, V. Asadullin, K. Rozhkov
Contents
Brother of the Storm
"Переполох на Медвежьем ручье"
("The Riot at Cougar Paw"
)
Translated by M. Petrunkin
"Великое переселение народов"
("Pilgrims to the Pecos"
)
Translated by M. Petrunkin
"Буйное помешательство"
("Gents on the Rampage"
)
Translated by M. Petrunkin
"Битва с Зеленым Змием в урочище Горный
Апач
" ("The Apache Mountain War")
Translated by M. Petrunkin
"Шестизарядная политика" ("Pistol Politics")
Translated by M. Petrunkin
"Непобедимый герой из Верхнего Гумбольта"
("The Conquerin' Hero of the Humbolts"
)
Translated by M. Petrunkin

"Торнадо с разбитым сердцем"
("A Ringtailed Tornado"
)
Translated by M. Petrunkin
The Return of Skull-Face
"Голос тьмы" ("The Return of Skull-Face")
Completed by Richard A. Lupoff
Translated by M. Rayner

Letters. Part 2 . Translated by T. Temkina
To Harold Preece, ca. March 1929,
"I’ve been very neglectful of my correspondence . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. April 1929,
"Salaam: / The iron harp that Adam christened life . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. June 1929,
"Salaam: / I received an announcement from Chicago . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1929,
"Salaam: / The main reason I’m writing this letter is . . ."
To Harold Preece, ca. September 1929,
"I’ve been reading DESTINY BAY and in . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. late December 1929,
"Well: / Here I am doing business at the old stand . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. January 1930,
"Many thanks for the letter you wrote Farnsworth . . ."
To Harold Preece, ca. February 1930,
"Go manee jeea git. You’re in Kansas now, eh?"
To Weird Tales, ca. March 1930,
"Thirsty Blades is fine . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, tell Cuchullain the Dutchess . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I trust you are in good healthel . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, I was in Brownwood yesterday . . ."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. week of June 9, 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / The pictures came at last and here they are."
Notes
Language: Russian
Compiled by Alexander Lidin
Volume 13 of a 15 book series (1997-1999) that is the most complete works of Robert E. Howard published in Russian. A total of 20 volumes were originally planned.

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