Generation of Vipers: Newly Annotated by the Author
This is the book that made Philip Wylie famous in 1944. Philip Wylie is bitter and caustic. He calls his book "a sermon," but feels no need to be charitable in his attacks. Wylie pleads for a more rational society, one that is based on sound psychological principles. For those who agree with him, his book is a reaffirmation; for those who don't, it stimulates the circulation. "A Rabelaisian catalogue of sin and moral desuetude...truly a remarkable book." (New York Tribune)
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