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The New Men by C.P. Snow, Penguin,1962


Title: The New Man
Author: C.P. Snow
Publisher: Penguin
Publication Date: 1962
Format: soft cover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear.

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Reader's note

This delightful edition of C.P. Snow is a perfect addition to any library. This novel is concerned with a real historical event, the discovery of atomic fission and its immediate consequences. Because some of these consequences still hem us in, the author has taken some small but necessary liberties with the physical facts; this will trouble only those who know them and they will understand the necessity. The psychological facts, the ways in which Martin Elliot, Luke and the others felt about the atomic bomb, are - as can be taken for granted with a novelist of C.P. Snow’s stature- conveyed with unsparing truth. This is a lovely classic story that would make a wonderful addition to any home collection.