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The Incomplete Enchanter, 1941. A sci-fi delight from the pens of L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt, festooned in the most phenomenal dust jacket designed and illustrated by the great Boris Artzybasheff. Signed on title page by L. Sprague de Camp to fellow sci-fi author, Jack L. Chalker, who wrote the Well World series. A fun read about a set of psychologists who analyze their way into discovering how to travel through time and dimensions. This leads to adventures in the worlds of ancient Norse mythology and Edmund Spenser's 1590 poem, The Faerie Queene, replete with rigged contests of chastity, monster riddles solved by raunchy limericks, pin-up girls turned archers and knights, reluctant flying brooms, a war of worlds between giants and gods, and more. 326 pgs, measures approx. 8.4” H x 5.75” W x 1.25” D. Good condition. Dust jacket, now placed in a protective Mylar cover, shows some scratches, wear and some small tears along edges, as well as one tape repair to interior. Pages show toning, esp. at endpapers, and the occasional spot / smudge. Bumped corners and edges. The bookplate of a former owner, Mildred Bauman, is pasted inside the front cover.

The Incomplete Enchanter, 1941. Signed by L. Sprague de Camp.

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