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Title: The Smoky God: Or: A Voyage to the ...
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Palmer Publications Inc , Mundelein, IL, 1965. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. First Thus. Mundelein, IL: Palmer Publications Inc . Very Good. 1965. First Thus. Trade Paperback. First edition thus [originally pubished in 1908]. Perfect bound pictorial wrappers [about 5.25" x 8.25"] with side-stapled text block, 176 pages, illustrated. Hollow Earth/lost race adventure novel. Locke [A Spectrum of Fantasy page 78 "Utopian lsot race novel of a visit to a Symmes-style inner world inhabited by giant people"]. Bleiler [1978 Checklist page 68 coded yD for Hollow earth, Symmes's theory/Lost race]. Reginald 04889. VG copy [spine toned and lightly creased, upper corner creasing and edge toning to the rear cover]. . Bookseller Inventory # 71368
Book Description Palmer Publications, Chicago, Illinois, 1965. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Williams, John A. (Illustrations) (illustrator). First Edition. First "Inspired Novels" edition facsimile of the original, late 19th century tale first published in 1908. A quarterly publication resurrecting "inspired" novels. Republished here by famed sci-fi author, editor and publisher of the periodical, "Fate", Ray Palmer. Palmer also strongly supported the Shaver Mystery purporting an inhabited hollow earth. This Inspired Novels edition limited to apprx. 2000 copies. Thick pictorial wraps w/original, first edition cover art and design. Moderate cover, corner wear. Pages very good. Includes the original and dramatic color illustrations by John A. Williams. Purported true account of Norseman Olaf Jansen and his father's early 19th century voyage. In their fishing vessel, they sail to the North Pole, through the bergs and stormy gales, around the convex curved opening, and, into a warm, hollow planet. What follows is his encounter w/a mythical middle earth civilization where a lost race of giants worship an inner sun of reddish gases they call "The Smoky God." Offered to Willis George Emerson on Jansen's deathbed at ninety-five years of age, after several previous meetings in the Norseman's Glendale, California bungalo. Magnificent in scope and meaning. Thoroughly annotated w/various other researchers and explorers' Polar expeditions including Admiral Robert Peary; corroborating many of Jansen's climatic experiences. 176 pages. "Harold B. Gruen, D.C., July 1, 1965" inside cover. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" Tall. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 016932