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The lost continent

Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs; Frank Frazetta
Publisher: New York : Ace Books, [1963]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : Ace editionView all editions and formats
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"For two hundred years, a civilized America had cut off all contact with the war-ruined Eastern Hemisphere until such places as Europe and Great Britain had become mere legends. Then Jefferson Turck dared to take his U.S. aero-sub across the 30th Longitude West on the mission of a new Columbus -- to rediscover England. Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel of the future is one of his rarest and most exciting science fiction  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Action and adventure fiction
Apocalyptic fiction
Fiction
Science fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Rice Burroughs; Frank Frazetta
OCLC Number: 10821714
Notes: Novel.
"Ace science fiction classic, F-235"--Cover.
Originally published under title: Beyond thirty.
"Cover art and title-page illustration by Frank Frazetta"--T.p. verso.
Forward by: Donald A. Wollheim.
Description: 123 pages ; 17 cm
Other Titles: Beyond thirty
Responsibility: Edgar Rice Burroughs.

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"For two hundred years, a civilized America had cut off all contact with the war-ruined Eastern Hemisphere until such places as Europe and Great Britain had become mere legends. Then Jefferson Turck dared to take his U.S. aero-sub across the 30th Longitude West on the mission of a new Columbus -- to rediscover England. Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel of the future is one of his rarest and most exciting science fiction novels -- a thrilling adventure in The Lost Continent which has become the abode of wild beasts, savage tribes, and barbarian queens." -- Back cover.

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