Pyat Quartet

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Pyat Quartet is a tetralogy of novels (1981–2006) by Michael Moorcock comprising Byzantium Endures, The Laughter of Carthage, Jerusalem Commands and The Vengeance of Rome.[1]

The novels are set as if narrated to Moorcock by (the fictional character) Colonel Pyat or Maxim Arturovitch Pyatnitski (born on 1 January 1900 in Kiev), a classic unreliable narrator[1] who is another incarnation of Moorcock's "Eternal Champion"".

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  1. ^ a b "Excessive Candour - Swindler's List", by John Clute, February 20, 2006, Sci Fi Weekly. The article title is a pun with "Schindler's List"