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Harold Preece and Robert E. Howard

Robert E. Howard

Words: 1528 (7 pages)

Above: Harold Preece (and Booth Mooney) at a Lone Scout Conference in August 1927. Photo from Anyone who starts digging around in the life of Robert E. Howard quickly discovers Truett Vinson and Tevis Clyde Smith, two men who, like Howard himself, had literary ambitions. Dig just a little further, and Harold Preece will emerge….

REH and Weird Tales



Robert E. Howard

Words: 1826 (8 pages)

Robert E. Howard was an avid reader of Weird Tales, the famous fantasy pulp magazine that was launched in the spring of 1923. He may have seen the first issue of the magazine while studying in Brownwood. The issues of Weird Tales usually appeared a month earlier than their cover date would suggest. Howard’s first known mention…

Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Robert E. Howard

Theory of multiple intelligences

Words: 1049 (5 pages)

            Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences is primarily concerned with the fact that traditional education doesn’t take into account the different abilities that human beings possess that all lead to learning (Acosta, 16). One child may learn a concept rather quickly but struggle with another while another child may struggle with the first concept…

The Satanic

Robert E. Howard

Words: 1289 (6 pages)

But hear me Satan, no man ever made me admit defeat — I’ve reeled beneath a bloody moon, on buckling legs, with blood pouring from my battered mouth and mingling with the sweat on my chest and a scarlet haze shimmering before my eyes — and I’ve been smashed from gong to gong, but I…

In Memoriam: Glenn Lord

American Literature

Robert E. Howard


Words: 436 (2 pages)

(1931 — 2011) Obituary Glenn Lord passed away on December 31, 2011. He was born on November 17, 1931 to the union of LeRoy and Lurline Lord in Pelican, LA.  Glenn served his country dutifully during the Korean War.  He retired from Champion Paper. He was also famous in own right as literary agent for Robert E….

Howard Gardner Multiple Intelligence

Robert E. Howard

Theory of multiple intelligences

Words: 1967 (8 pages)

Who knew that a young boy born in 1943 in Scranton, PA, would become one of the main well-known theorists in today’s society (Multiple Intelligences, 2002). Growing up, Howard, really enjoyed being studious and doing well in school, however, he enjoyed playing piano the most. He claims that music has always been a very important…

The Satanic Robert E. Howard, Part 1

Robert E. Howard

Words: 1714 (7 pages)

Among the names that appear in the dedication to the first editions of The Satanic Bible (1969) is that of Robert E. Howard. It is the first of several mentions that Anton LaVey, would make regarding the Texan author, usually in a passing manner. H. P. Lovecraft has spawned an entire genre of contemporary occult…

Gumshoes, Gats and Gals: Robert E. Howard’s Detective and Crime Stories



Robert E. Howard

Words: 4359 (18 pages)

Between December 1933 and June 1936, a group of rather unusual Robert E. Howard stories were published: “Talons in the Dark” (1933), “The Tomb’s Secret” (1934), ‘‘People of the Serpent” (1934), “Names in the Black Book” (1934), “Graveyard Rats” (1936) and “Black Wind Blowing” (1936) were published in the magazines Strange Detective Stories, Super Detective…

American History vs Howard Zinn


Robert E. Howard

Words: 588 (3 pages)

Sins deliberate criticism of the foundation of the A Rican Republic effectively revealed the corrupt society Of colonial America in the 1 8th century ; however, Zion’s writing exposed only one side of these historical events in a biased ma inner. He ranted about the significant separation between the rich and the poor class, the…

Howards End- Book Review

Book Review

Robert E. Howard

Words: 3131 (13 pages)

Howards End- Book Review Howards End- the fourth novel by E.M Forster has drawn in attention for its strong social content. Forster reflects in this novel a picture of a narrow segment of the turn-of-the-century England. The brilliant form of art and design of the novel has successfully brought out the theme of class struggle….

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