Dr. Martine, a neurosurgeon, flees a limited nuclear war to a forgotten island in the Indian Ocean. After 18 years of performing humane lobotomies on island natives, he sets out to rediscover the world. What he finds is a grotesque post-bomb society in which self-mutilation and installed prosthetic limbs are used to mute the urge to make war. Bernard Wolfe, co-author of Really The Blues, grapples with the largest issues of our century in Limbo.
Specifications of Limbo
|Edition||1st Carroll & Graf Ed|
|Publisher||Carroll & Graf Pub|
|Number Of Pages||413|
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