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Limbo Bernard Wolfe

Limbo By Bernard Wolfe

Limbo by Bernard Wolfe

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A forgotten classic by one of the great American writers of the twentieth century, with introductions from Harlan Ellison and David Pringle.

Limbo Summary

Limbo by Bernard Wolfe

In the aftermath of an atomic war, a new international movement of pacifism has arisen. Multitudes of young men have chosen to curb their aggressive instincts through voluntary amputation - disarmament in its most literal sense.

Those who have undergone this procedure are highly esteemed in the new society. But they have a problem - their prosthetics require a rare metal to function, and international tensions are rising over which countries get the right to mine it . . .

Limbo Reviews

Shrewd, and sometimes profound, comments on Western civilisation.--Observer

About Bernard Wolfe

Bernard Wolfe (1915-1985) was born in New Haven, Connecticut. He worked as a military correspondent for a number of science magazines during the Second World War, and began to write fiction in 1946. He became best known for his 1952 SF novel Limbo.

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Limbo by Bernard Wolfe
Used - Very Good
Orion Publishing Co
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