Masters of Atlantis: a novel

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Knopf, Oct 12, 1985 - Fiction - 247 pages
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Back in print, Portis's brilliant "white comedy" is an unforgettable tale of secret societies, lost cities, and sacred texts--a cockeyed journey into an America of misfits and con men, oddballs and innocents.

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User Review  - Dokfintong - LibraryThing

I bought this book early this year based on a review that I can't find now. As I read I kept thinking "This book is old fashioned" and then I looked and I see that indeed it was written in 1985. So ... Read full review

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While stationed in France during WWI Corporal Lamar Jimmerson finds himself inducted in the secret Gnomon Society and entrusted with a copy of the sacred Codex Pappus, a book containing “the secret ... Read full review


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