Ep. 638, The People of the Black Circle, part 4of4, by Robert E. Howard
How can Khemsa’s dying words about following a golden thread possibly help Conan defeat the evil Master of Yimshah? Robert E. Howard, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.
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This week we finish our story of Conan. It’s got some pretty gruesome violence, and the misogyny is back, too. The violence is pretty obvious, but parents might also want to stop and talk about the misogyny. If we point it out and talk about it, we can make sure it stops.
And now, The People of the Black Circle, Part 4 of 4, by Robert E. Howard.