CHARLES P. SNOW - TYPESCRIPT SIGNED - HFSID 32993
Sale Price $198.00
CHARLES P. SNOW
Two paragraphs from Charles P. Snow's 1951 novel The Masters, part of his series Strangers and Brothers, signed in blue ink
Typescript signed "C P Snow/[Jago's speech is going, I [illegible]/to be the last line of the dramatic adaptation" in blue ink. 1 page, 8½x10¾. With two paragraphs from Snow's 1951 novel The Masters, part of the series Strangers and Brothers. Snow, (1905-1980, born in Leicester, Leicestershire, Great Britain) was a British novelist, physicist and scientific advisor to the British government. Snow is probably best remembered for two literary works. The first is Strangers and Brothers, an 11-novel series published between 1940 and 1970 that analyzes bureaucracy and the corrupting influence of power. The other is The Two Cultures and the Scientific Revolution (1959), in which Snow identified a possibly uncrossable gulf between literary and scientific people. He wrote a sequel in 1964 called Second Look. Snow held several positions in the British government, including technical director to the Ministry of Labor during World War II (1940-1944). He was knighted and made Baron Snow in 1957. Lightly toned and rippled. Signature is lightly haloed. Folded twice and unfolded. Otherwise in fine condition.
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