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Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Languages Italiano Edit links. This book took me well over a year to finish. The journey of ‘I-am-the-man’ is a not-so-subtle allegory of spiritual progression to being a disembodied adept. Books by John Uri Lloyd. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.
Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment etidothpa protecting, preserving, and promoting the world’s literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work. Published inthis is considered one of the first science fiction novels.
It is weighty, at pages, and even the full subtitle takes its time:. Some have placed it in the category of Alice in Wonderland; where does the mind magic start and end?
There is quite a bit of philosophical discourse about humans and their lost ways, but still plenty of alluring surprises such as gigantic magic mushrooms and boats that glide effortlessly and at great speeds on glass, sort of lakes.
If so, I want what he had! Lindsay had the good sense to write a continuous narrative whereas Lloyd frequently interrupts his story with scientific speculations that seek to qualify some of the less outlandish features of his interior world. Frederick Lopez rated it it was amazing Oct 24, That kri, a downtown landmark sinceis a brilliant architectural deception, its tossed-off s modernism and humdrum concrete shell camouflaging the amazing curiosities within.
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If you compare it to the following post you can see how he might have painted it. Entertaining most of the time, but sometimes long winded in older English. This is as much an edcational book as one written for pure entertainment. He was simultaneously testing the waters and creating buzz. Aug 04, Micah Dunlap rated it liked it. Is this really possible? His forehead extended in an unbroken plane from crown to cheek bone, and the chubby tip of an abortive nose without nostrils formed a short projection near the center of the level ridge which represented a countenance.
Published by the author himself in a limited edition, with his signature on every one, Etidorhpa was born a collectible, and targeted at readers who were not going to give Lloyd the kind of treatment the AMA was giving Eclectics. A world hidden beneath our feet inside the earth.
Most appealing was the visit with the title’s character Etidorhpa. Etidorhpa, or, the end of the earth: Not surprisingly, Knapp was a member of the Theosophical Society, and did many illustrations of mushrooms for Curtis Lloyd.
One etidorgpa says that Morgan was kidnapped, taken on a boat to the middle of a New York lake, and drowned in order to protect the secrets. Etidorhpa Or the End of the Earth. I don’t want to spoil the read by telling how it ends, but I can tell you you’re in for a big surprise. One of the most strange books ever.
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Dec 28, Noah Vickstein rated it it was amazing. Home Features John Uri Lloyd: This page lloyyd last edited on 4 Decemberat AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. There were line drawings in the edition I read and they were very helpful to the reader. English Choose a language for shopping. Bits of reality the Cathedral were thus mixed with historical imagination trying to imagine that neighborhood 90 years before as well as pure fantasy. John Uri Lloyd was speaking in the Westminster Hotel, a Victorian brick structure with a castle-like facade that would have looked right in place parked at the foot of Mt.