The Last Man
epubli, 12.10.2019 - 627 Seiten
First published in 1826, The Last Man is an apocalyptic sci-ence fiction work by Mary Shelley. A courtly society at the crossroads between monarchy and republic is afflicted by a serious epidemic that threatens the survival of all mankind. Will Lionel be able to save the few who are faithful to him? In addition to an exciting novel, Shelley also succeeds in in-terweaving autobiographical, historical and scientific aspects into the story.
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