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Waldo: Genius in Orbit

HEINLEIN, ROBERT A. (DICK, PHILIP K.)

Published by New York Avon 1950, 1950
Soft cover
From James Pepper Rare Books, Inc., ABAA (Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.)

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First Edition - Paperback. From the library of Joan Simpson, the woman with whom science fiction author Philip K. Dick shared his last serious romantic relationship. Laid in is a documentation book mark stating that this book is from the Simpson library with photographs of Philip and Joan and with the text of a letter, dated April 27, 1977, which Philip wrote to his friend, noted book dealer Ray Torrence, lovingly and eloquently expressing his deep feelings for Joan. On the ending of their relationship in late 1977, this from ÔDivine Invasions. A Life of Philip K. DickÕ by Lawrence Sutin, pg. 252: Ò.Phil now balked at a permanent move back to Northern California, and Joan would not consider Orange County residence. The relationship ended. For years to come, Phil would miss Joan - the last woman with whom he lived in a serious relationship.Ó The original title of this novel was Waldo and Magic, Inc. From the rear cover: ÒFirst came the hairy apes - then came man - and then came Waldo - The next step in human evolution! Oversized, flabby, physically helpless - Waldo Farthingwaite Jones was the most unlikely superman this side of Alpha Centauri. But Waldo possessed the most incredible brain in history - and with it he controlled the world!Ó Very good lightly used copy with a touch of edge wear in printed wrappers. Bookseller Inventory # 19633E

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Title: Waldo: Genius in Orbit

Publisher: New York Avon 1950

Publication Date: 1950

Binding: Soft cover

Edition: 1st Edition

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