‘Das Buch Corum’

Das Buch Corum

Bergisch Gladbach:  Bastei Lübbe, 1985 mass-sized paperback;
title translates as “The Book Corum”;
original price: DM 10·00;
889 pages;

I.S.B.N.: 3-404-20072-1;
cover artist: Michael Whelan
interior artist: unknown.

A German omnibus of all six novels comprising two separate trilogies featuring Corum Jhaelen Irsei — see below — this combined-title edition is unique, with no English-language equivalent.

It should be noted that the name Corum Jhaelen Irsei is an anagram of Jeremiah Cornelius.

First edition
(+ later reprint[s])

p. 9: ‘Einleitung’ (“Introduction”, to The Knight Of The Swords);
p. 13: Der Scharlachrote Prinz (The Knight Of The Swords, sans intro.) translated by Lore Strassl;
p. 179: Die Königin Des Chaos (The Queen Of The Swords) translated by Strassl;
p. 321: Das Ende Der Götter (The King Of The Swords) translated by Strassl;
p. 465: Das Kalte Reich (The Bull And The Spear) translated by Michael Görden;
p. 607: Der Gefangene König (The Oak And The Ram) translated by Görden;
p. 449: Das Gelbe Streitroß (The Sword And The Stallion) translated by Görden;
p. 881: ‘100 Bände:  Bastei-Lübbe Fantasy 1978–1985’ zusammengestllt von Helmut W. Pesch (non-fiction) “‘100 Volumes: Bastei-Lübbe Fantasy 1978–1985’ compiled by Helmut W. Pesch”.