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Book Information: Invincible Adam, the

Invincible Adam, the (1932) [Novel]
by Paul Eldridge George Sylvester Viereck Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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Series: 2000 Years
Part: 3

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The Invincible Adam completes the Saga begun in My First Two Thousand Years and continued in Salome, the Wandering Jewess. Kotikokura, the Ape-man, is symbolical of man's lower being, representing the vital forces of nature and physical strength. In all his incarnations from the time when, hardly human, he is roaming primeval forests to when he dashes up the steps of a New York hotel dressed only in a monocle, he is seen struggling against the false conventions of civilisation that seek to bind him and limit him in his remorseless desires. Through the years he meets with many of the famous and the infamous of history. The Invincible Adam is part of a greater, and more ambitious saga of human passion. Anyone who desires to understand the larger pattern upon which the story is fashioned must acquaint himself with My First Two Thousand Years and Salome, the Wandering Jewess.

Original title: The Invincible Adam
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionFantasyHistorical

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Language: English

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