Year of publication: 2009
Sequence of author: Chronicles of counter-earth(№28)
Kur of Gor
Epic science fiction
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KUR OF GOR (Volume twenty-eight in the Chronicles of Counter-Earth) by John Norman Prolegomena to the Tale The thing was a monster, of course. There could be no doubt about that. Some of you, naturally enough, might suppose that the Kurii themselves were monsters, but that is distinctly unfair. That would be similar to regarding, say, leopards, or lions, as monsters. They are merely another life form. There is no symmetry involved here, incidentally. Kurii, for example, do not, at least on the whole, regard human beings, in their varieties and configurations, as monsters, no more than human beings would regard sheep, rabbits, squirrels, goats, and such, as monsters. The human being regards such life forms as simply inferior forms of life. And so, too, do the Kurii, on the whole, regard human beings, such small, fragile, weak, vulnerable, slow, fangless, clawless, hairless life forms, as merely an inferior form of life. And, one must admit, a...