The Dragon MEGAPACK ®

25 Modern and Classic Works

Kenneth Grahame (Author), H.P. Lovecraft (Author)

Dragons have thrilled the imagination since the days of ancient Greece and Rome. From heroes like Hercules to King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, from Frodo in The Hobbit to St. George, generations of heroes — real and fictional — have sought to slay the Great Worms and plunder their treasure troves. This volume collects 25 modern and classic works about dragons (plus a bonus short poem), from Beowulf to the Brothers Grimm, from Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky” to modern tales great new writers like Michael Kurland and Gary Lovisi. Included are:


SYMPATHY FOR DRAGONS, by John Gregory Betancourt

THE FOUR CLEVER BROTHERS, by The Brothers Grimm

THE FIFTY-FIRST DRAGON, by Heywood Broun

THE SLAYING OF THE MONSTER, by R. H. Barlow and H. P. Lovecraft

THE KING OF THE FISHES, by Joseph Jacobs

THE STUDENT WHO WAS FORCIBLY MADE KING, by Anonymous

OF MICE & DRAGONS, by Gary Lovisi

THE DRAGON OF THE NORTH, by Andrew Lang

THE RELUCTANT DRAGON, by Kenneth Grahame

JOHN THE TRUE, by Joseph Jacobs

VERNAN’S DRAGON, by John Gregory Betancourt

HOW THE DRAGON WAS TRICKED, by J. G. von Hahn

LILY AND THE LION, by the Brothers Grimm

LILY AND THE DRAGON, by Michael Kurland

THE PRINCE AND THE DRAGON, by Andrew Lang

WHY THE RED DRAGON IS THE EMBLEM OF WALES, by W. Jenkyn Thomas

JABBERWOCKY, by Lewis Carroll

THE DRAGON’S TEETH, by Nathaniel Hawthorne

THE DRAGON OF WANTLEY, by Henry Carey

THE LAST OF THE DRAGONS, by E. Nesbit

THE DRAGON OF LA TRINITA, by Mary Lovett Cameron

THE LITTLE BULL-CALF, by Andrew Lang

RICH PETER THE PEDLAR, by George Webbe Dasent

THE TWO BROTHERS, by The Brothers Grimm

THE MANDELBROT DRAGON, by Mary A. Turzillo

THE TALE OF BEOWULF, by Anonymous (translated by William Morris)


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