Resurrection

Gerhardi, William

Published by Cassell & Company, 1934
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Title: Resurrection

Publisher: Cassell & Company

Publication Date: 1934

Binding: hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition.

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London. 1934. Cassell & Company. 1st British Edition. Previous Owner's Name Penned In Front, Otherwise Very Good.No Dustjacket. 374 pages. hardcover. keywords: Literature England. inventory # 28802. FROM THE PUBLISHER - ‘Resurrection’ is fiction and autobiography merged into one. For though, in its passionate argument for the resurrection of the body, it presents the entire truth of the author’s experience, it remains fiction in its technique and in its surface of names and pattern. A brilliant London ball furnishes the setting. Here are encountered the singular and bright individuals whose lives and thoughts have contributed to the reality of the author’s existence. Throughout this affair, dancing, falling in love, conversing, eating, he is driven by the powerful conviction that has lately come to him - the conviction that we do not die. This belief so colors and compels each moment, that he has the force to relive his entire life in the course of the evening. More than half of the book is given to an extraordinary recital, during which the author summons up the experiences he had in one year that was unusually crowded with adventure of every sort, a year of travel when he visited America, Greece, Egypt, India. Returning to the ball at last, he returns to his present and to the bewildering contrast that his new belief in an after-life provides. The whole last section is a record of the personal conflict, subtly played out in the setting with which the novel begins. New in treatment as in story, this represents William Gerhardi’s most mature contribution to fiction. The style and signature are unmistakable; and they are the same that distinguished such novels as FUTILITY and THE POLYGLOTS. Previous Owner's Name Penned In Front, Otherwise Very Good.No Dustjacket. Bookseller Inventory # 28802

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