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CAS - Clark Ashton Smith

Many and multiform are the dim horrors of Earth, infesting her ways from the prime. They sleep beneath the unturned stone; they rise with the tree from its roots; they move beneath the sea and in subterranean places; they dwell in the inmost adyta; they emerge betimes from the shutten sepulchre of haughty bronze and the low grave that is sealed with clay. There be some that are long known to man, and others as yet unknown that abide the latter days of their revealing. Those which are the most dreadful and loathliest of all are haply still to be declared.
-From "The Nameless Offspring"

Note: The Reader's Guide includes all Smith's Hypberborea and Averoigne stories; however, we have not indexed these, save for the ones that overlap the Mythos directly.

CAS Beast - Clark Ashton Smith, The Beast of Averoigne, in Lost Worlds, London: Neville Spearman, 1971 (Interior fascimile of Arkham edition). (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS Colossus - Clark Ashton Smith, The Colossus of Ylourgne, in Genius Loci and Other Tales, London: Neville Spearman, 1972 (Interior fascimile of Arkham edition). (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS Coming - Clark Ashton Smith, The Coming of the White Worm, in Lost Worlds. (Hyperborea, Cthulhu Mythos)

References: Aguil; Cerngoth; death; Dooni; Eibon; Evagh; Hyperborea; Leqquan; Loddhan, Ux; Mhu Thulan; Old Ones; Pnom, writings of; Polarion; Rlim Shaikorth; Thulask; Yarak, Mount; Yikilth;

CAS Disinterment - Clark Ashton Smith, The Disinterment of Venus, in Genius Loci. (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS Door - Clark Ashton Smith, The Door to Saturn, in Lost Worlds. (Hyperborea, Cthulhu Mythos)

References: Bhlemphroims; Cykranosh; Djhenquomh; Djhibbis; Eibon; Ephighs; Ghlomph; Ghlonghs; Hyperborea; Hziulquoigmnzhah; Mhu Thulan; Morghi; Saturn; Vhlorrh; Ydheems; Yhoundeh; Zhothaqquah;

CAS Enchantress - Clark Ashton Smith, The Enchantress of Sylaire, in The Abominations of Yondo, Frogmore, St. Albans: Panther, 1974. (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS End - Clark Ashton Smith, The End of the Story, in Out of Space and Time, London: Neville Spearman, 1971. (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS Holiness - Clark Ashton Smith, The Holiness of Azedarac, in Lost Worlds. (Averoigne, Cthulhu Mythos)

References: Abaddon; Ambrose, Brother; Asmodai; Averoigne; Averoigne, Archbishop of; Azazel; Azedarac, St.; Book of Eibon; Clement; Dagon; Derceto; des Emaux, Sieur; Druids; Hyperborea; Inn of Bonne Juissance; Inn of Haute Esperance; Iog-Sotot; La Frenaie; Lilit; Mauvaissoir, Jehan; Melchire; Moloch; Moriamis; Old Ones; Paynims; Satan, Satanism; Sodagui; Taranit; Touraine; Tsathoggua; Vyones; Ximes;

CAS Ice - Clark Ashton Smith, The Ice-Demon, in The Abominations of Yondo. (Hyperborea; not indexed)

CAS Maker - Clark Ashton Smith, The Maker of Gargoyles, in Tales of Science and Sorcery, Frogmore, St. Albans: Panther, 1976. (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS Mandrakes - Clark Ashton Smith, The Mandrakes. (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS Mother - Clark Ashton Smith, Mother of Toads, in Tales of Science and Sorcery. (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS Muse - Clark Ashton Smith, The Muse of Hyperborea, in Hyperborea, New York: Ballantine Books, 1971. (Hyperborea; not indexed)

CAS Offspring - Clark Ashton Smith, The Nameless Offspring, in The Abominations of Yondo. (Cthulhu Mythos)

References: Alhazred, Abdul; Chaldane, Arthur; Chaldane, Henry; England; Harper; Manitoba; Necronomicon; Tremoth, Agatha, Lady; Tremoth Hall; Tremoth, John, Sir;

CAS Rendezvous - Clark Ashton Smith, A Rendezvous in Averoigne, in Out of Space and Time. (Averoigne; not indexed)

CAS Return - Clark Ashton Smith, The Return of the Sorceror, in Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos, H. P. Lovecraft & Divers Hands, Sauk City: Arkham House, 1990. (Cthulhu Mythos)

Narrator: Ogden. References: Alhazred, Abdul; Arabia, Arabs; Arabic; Black Mass; Carnby, Helman; Carnby, John; Dark Ones; Latin; Necronomicon; Oakland; Ogden; Satan, Satanism; Wormius, Olaus;

CAS Satyr - Clark Ashton Smith, The Satyr, in Genius Loci (Averoigne; not indexed).

CAS Seven - Clark Ashton Smith, The Seven Geases, in Lost Worlds. (Hyperborea, Cthulhu Mythos)

References: Abhoth; Archetypes; Atlach-Nacha; Cavern of the Archetypes; Commoriom; Eiglophian Mountains; Ezdagor; Haon-Dor; Homquat, King; Hyperborea; Old Ones; Raphtontis; Saturn; serpent-people; Tsathoggua; voormis; Voormithadreth, Mount; Vooz, Ralibar;

CAS Tale - Clark Ashton Smith, The Tale of Satampra Zeiros, in Lost Worlds. (Hyperborea, Cthulhu Mythos)

References: Acromi, adamantine box of; Commoriom; Cunambria, Queen; Hyperborea; Lemuria; Ompallios, Tirouv; Pazoor; Polarion; Suvana-palm; Tsathoggua; Uzuldaroum; white sybil; Zeiros, Satampra;

CAS Testament - Clark Ashton Smith, The Testament of Athammaus, in Out of Space and Time. (Hyperborea; not indexed)

CAS Theft - Clark Ashton Smith, The Theft of the Thirty-Nine Girdles, in Tales of Science and Sorcery. (Hyperborea; not indexed)

CAS Ubbo - Clark Ashton Smith, Ubbo-Sathla, in Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos, H. P. Lovecraft & Divers Hands, Sauk City: Arkham House, 1990. (Hyperborea, Cthulhu Mythos). 

Narrator: Third person. References: Alhazred, Abdul; Book of Eibon; cosmology; Earth; Greek language; Greenland; Hyperborea; Kthulhut; Liassic mists; London; Mezzamalech, Zon; Mhu Thulan; Miocene Epoch; myth-pattern; Necronomicon; reincarnation; Satan, Satanism; serpent-men; tablets of the gods; Thule; Tregardis, Paul; Ubbo-Sathla; Yok-Sothoth; Zhothaqquah;

CAS Weird - Clark Ashton Smith, The Weird of Avoosl Wuthoqquan, in Out of Space and Time. (Hyperborea; not indexed)

CAS White - Clark Ashton Smith, The White Sybil, in The Abominations of Yondo. (Hyperborea; not indexed)
 


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