Download PDF by Joseph Lovece: Dime Novel Robots 1868-1899: An Illustrated history and

By Joseph Lovece

ISBN-10: 1511578661

ISBN-13: 9781511578660

have fun the age of dime novel robots with the 1st accomplished background and bibliograpy of the topic. From the pages of infrequent outdated magazines get a close-hand examine the machines that made literary historical past, inspiring even the good Jules Verne himself! contains descriptions, a time line and a bibliography. As a distinct bonus the quantity contains a directory of British reprints, and the 1st a part of Jack Wright and his New electrical Horse, now not obvious in a hundred and twenty years. a hundred infrequent illustrations!

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