BELOVE, B., M.D. - The Split Atom Last human pair on earth The whirling of ideas.
Boris Ackerman, Los Angeles 1946. Octavo publisher's cloth and dustwrapper (torn & touch chipped); 478pp, illustrations (as is the dustwrapper) by the 'talented, imaginative artist, Joseph Creaturo'. ¶ Headed on the dustwrapper: 'An amphibian novel' - and from the foreword: 'The author has hewn a new path in literature. It is an amphibian creation - a link between fiction and non-fiction.' An exuberantly crazed book, seething with unintelligible and indigestible lumps of polemic. B. Belove (pictured on the back of the d/w with what I suspect is a World War I photo in uniform looking worryingly like Himmler) was a pioneer of Steinach's and Lorenz-Doppler's methods of gland rejuvenation. He mixes his rejuvenation theories with interstellar mysticism and atomic cataclysm in such an uncontrolled process and prose that it is really almost the perfect response to the shock of the bomb.AUD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 35.5 US$ 38.31 | £UK 30.75 | JP¥ 4261] Book number 423
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