Babes and Sucklings
Philip Gordon Wylie (1902-1971) was a U.S. author. His novel "Gladiator" (1930) partially inspired the comic-book character Superman; his "The Savage Gentleman" (1932) inspired the pulp-fiction character Doc Savage. Another notable work is "When Worlds Collide" (cowritten with Edwin Balmer).
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