The World Was Their Stage (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Spanning ancient Roman times, Normandy, medieval England and Germany, France, and colonial America, and including appearances by Cleopatra, d’Artagnan, and Cyrano de Bergerac, author H. Bedford-Jones details some of the most pivotable moments in history in this interconnected 17-part historical epic. The World Was Their Stage is one of the longest novels written by “the King of the Pulps,” H. Bedford-Jones, and has never before been reprinted.

Featuring scores of vintage story illustrations by George Avison, Merritt Berger, Pedar Cavanagh, John Richard Flanagan, Peter Kuhlhoff, J. Clinton Shepherd, and Raymond Sisley, along with a cover by Herbert Morton Stoops.

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Spanning ancient Roman times, Normandy, medieval England and Germany, France, and colonial America, and including appearances by Cleopatra, d’Artagnan, and Cyrano de Bergerac, author H. Bedford-Jones details some of the most pivotable moments in history in this interconnected 17-part historical epic. The World Was Their Stage is one of the longest novels written by “the King of the Pulps,” H. Bedford-Jones, and has never before been reprinted.

Featuring scores of vintage story illustrations by George Avison, Merritt Berger, Pedar Cavanagh, John Richard Flanagan, Peter Kuhlhoff, J. Clinton Shepherd, and Raymond Sisley, along with a cover by Herbert Morton Stoops.

The World Was Their Stage by H. Bedford-Jones contains the following stories:

  • “Shyster Hero”
  • “The Daughter of Cleopatra”
  • “The Dance of Life”
  • “Outlawed!”
  • “Hell’s Mouth”
  • “The Bishop’s Pawn”
  • “First Woman”
  • “Two Swordsmen of Gascony”
  • “The Wickedest Woman”
  • “The Swan of Usk”
  • “A Coach for Dover”
  • “First in America”
  • “Not Upon the Sleeve”
  • “An American Comedy”
  • “The Fingers of Satan”
  • “He Who Turned Back”
  • “Young Man With Banjo”

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