The Absolute at Large

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G. Allen & Unwin Limited, 1927 - 168 pages
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In The Absolute at Large, a machine releases an invisible, spiritual power as a byproduct, leading to religious frenzy and global war, but somehow Čapek maintains a frenetic, comic tone as well as a ... Read full review

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Released in 1922 and 1923, respectively, these sf novels both feature plots concerning worlds within worlds. Capek offers the tale of a machine capable of generating limitless energy that also ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PAGS I The Advertisement
7
The Karburator ii
11
Pantheism
17
Copyright

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