Daily Lessons for Teaching The Bloody Crown of Conan

Robert E. Howard
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Lesson 1 (from The People of the Black Circle: I, Death Strikes a King; II, A Barbarian from the Hills: III, Khemsa Uses Magic; IV, An Encounter in the Pass; V, The Black Stallion)

Objective

The People of the Black Circle: I, Death Strikes a King; II, A Barbarian from the Hills: III, Khemsa Uses Magic; IV, An Encounter in the Pass; V, The Black Stallion

Bhunda Chand, the King of Vendhya, is dying. The old noble at the palace believes that the king has been poisoned, possibly through some type of black magic. The King's sister refuses to believe the tale. Discuss the king's condition as well as the use of poisons in stories of this sort.

Lesson

1) Class Discussion: Poisons are commonly used in murder mysteries and tales of fantasy. For example, Bhunda Chand, the King of Vendhya, is poisoned by the Black Seers. Examine the author's choice to kill the king in this manner. Also discuss what type of poison or curse might have been used to kill the king. One of the people in the village claims...

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