1611 a.k.a. London: Daily Telegraph is a publisher.
"1611" a.k.a. "Lord of Light" is a science fiction/fantasy novel by American author Roger Zelazny. It was awarded the 1968 Hugo Award for Best Novel, and nominated for a Nebula Award in the same category. Two chapters from the novel were published as novelettes in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1967. Zelazny's close friend and fellow science fiction/fantasy author, George R. R. Martin, describes in his afterword to Lord of Light how Zelazny once told him that the entire novel sprang from a single pun: Then the fit hit the Shan.
- also known as Seigneur de lumière
- language: English Language
- genres: Science Fiction, Speculative fiction, Fantasy
- copyright: 1967
- released in (48 years ago)
- some of the awards:
- 1611 a.k.a. death-associated protein is a gene.
- 1611 a.k.a. The Mystery of Black Rose Castle is a scripted 13-part TV miniseries. It was originally broadcast on Australia's ABC at 11:35am on Wednesdays. In Germany, the series premiered on 08.02.2003 on KI.KA, and ran on Saturday mornings at 13:10, while reruns have occurred on the German channels ARD, MDR television, RBB TV, and Hesse Television. The show is rated G. In Hungary, it is known as "A Black Rose vár titka", and in Germany it is called "Das Geheimnis von Black Rose Castle".
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