GEYSERLAND. Empiricisms in Social Reform. Being Data and Observations Recorded by the Late Mark Stubble, M.D., Ph.D. Edited by Richard Hatfield. [A Tentative Edition].
Price: $45.00 USD
Place Published: Washington, DC
Publisher: Printed for Richard Hatfield.
Date Published: 1908.
Edition: First Edition, First Printing
Book Id: 302033
First edition. White cloth lettered in gold, designed in dark green, top edges gilt. Frontispiece in color. 451 pp. A few tiny marks to the rear cover but a nearly fine, bright copy, the white cloth virtually unsoiled. Uncommon in superior condition.
¶ Utopian Lost Race novel. A 17th century English man visits the utopian continent of Geyserland, located in the Arctic somewhere near Greenland. Provocative socio-economic theories. "... significant for its presentation of scientific theories which would permit the existence of a mother-continent - as well as a present lost race - within the Arctic Circle ." - Clareson, The Emergence of American Science Fiction: 1880-1915 .