Mind at the End of Its Tether () was H. G. Wells' last book - only 34 pages long - which he wrote at the age of In it, Wells considers the idea of humanity . I've just revisited H.G. Wells' last book (apart from that thing on which he collaborated with Uncle Joe Stalin) Mind at the End of Its Tether. bluesimageart.com: Wells H.g. bluesimageart.com: Mind At The End Of Its Tether. Identifier bluesimageart.com
I was first made aware of this intimidating, frightening little tome on man's difficult place in the universe by Colin Wilson's famous "Outsider". HG Wells, a man. Mind At The End Of Its Tether has 37 ratings and 4 reviews. Mel said: At work today I found this lovely first edition () in perfect condition of Well. NOTES — 'Mind at the End of its Tether' by Rae West. I The End Closes in upon Mind. The writer finds very considerable reason for believing that, within a.
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