Edward Plunkett (1878-1957), the 18th Baron of Dunsany, was an Anglo-Irish writer known for his tales set in purely invented fantasy universes under the pen name 'Lord Dunsany.' Most of these stories were published in collections between 1905 to 1919. He loved inventing new worlds, each with bits of amusing detail. Dunsany later turned to writing stage and radio plays. Dunsany had a huge influence on H.P. Lovecraft, and his inventive fantasy paved the way for J.R.R. Tolkien. Volume I includes: The Gods of Pegana; Time and the Gods; The Sword of Welleran and Other Stories. Volume II includes: A Dreamer’s Tale; Selections of the Writings of Lord Dunsany; The Book of Wonder; and Fifty-One Tales. Volume III includes: Tales of Wonder; Plays of Gods and Men; Don Rodriguez.