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Bulpington of Blup.

H. G. Wells

Bulpington of Blup.

by H. G. Wells

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Published by Macmillan in Toronto .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsPZ3 W465 Bu
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17357304M

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The Dream, Christina Alberta's Father, Mr Blettsworthy on Rampole Island, The Bulpington of Blup, Brynhild, The Camford Visitation, Apropos of Dolores, The Brothers, Babes in the Darkling Wood, All Aboard for Ararat, You Can't Be Too Careful, are not available. Get this from a library! The Bulpington of Blup: adventures, poses, stresses, conflicts, and disaster in a contemporary brain. [H G Wells] -- Theodore Bulpington is a very ordinary man--with a vivid imagination. Ill at ease with himself, he sees a way to recreate his identity by adding layer upon layer of deception. This he does with such.

The Bulpington of Blup, by H. G. Wells. First edition, first printing, SCARCE AND VERY COLLECTIBLE! The Book is in VERY GOOD+ condition, with secure binding, nearly sharp corners, and bright, supple pages; slight shelfwear; gilt lettering on spine still intact and bright; spine slightly cocked; light foxing along edges of the first 4 pages and last 3 pages of the book. Other books that might interest you. The Dream, Christina Alberta's Father, Mr Blettsworthy on Rampole Island, The Bulpington of Blup, Brynhild, The Camford Visitation, Apropos of Dolores, The Brothers, Babes in the Darkling Wood, All Aboard for Ararat, You Can't Be Too Careful, are not available. However, when they enter the public domain.


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The Bulpington of Blup. WELLS, H.G. $ Item Number: London: Hutchinson & Co, First edition of Wells’ psychological novel, heavily influenced by Jung. Octavo, original cloth, pictorial endpapers.

Very good in the rare original dust jacket which is in very good condition. Part of the Literary Companions book series (LICOM) Abstract. Wells gave The Bulpington of Blup the sub-title ‘Adventures, Poses, Stresses, Conflicts, and Disaster in a Contemporary Brain’.

This phrase aptly describes what the novel is: a sustained and remarkably Author: J. Hammond. Posing in Paris as Captain Blup-Bulpington, rather than cowardly Bulpington the deserter, is a pretty con-artist manoeuvre, after all.

Wells's originality is in telling the story of a liar from the inside, and in a way that avoids the scylla-charybdis of harsh moral judgement on the one hand, or ironic-satiric diabolical celebration on the other.

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The Bulpington of Blup is dedicated to Odette Keun, Wells's lover from to Like Mr. Blettsworthy on Rampole Island and The Autocracy of Mr. Parham, The Bulpington of Blup did not sell as well as Wells's earlier novels; these are now among his "least read books.

Book Review by George S: is a long time after H.G. Wells's brilliant scientific fables of the s, and over the intervening period he had developed into a pretty bad novelist. But of The Bulpington of Blup, one can say that, while it is indeed not a good novel, it is not as dreary as Jane and Peter, or one or two others.

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G. Wells—Macmillan ($). No matter how he troubles the waters, no matter how deeply lucid he may leave them, at the bottom of every book its author may be found. Herbert George Wells cannot hold his breath long enough to stay there: he comes bobbing up, threshes around, blows off steam at a great rate.