The Centaurians. A Novel

TitleThe Centaurians. A Novel
Year for Search1911
Authors[Ambrose], [Lottie F.]
Tertiary AuthorsBiagi, [L. D.] [pseud.]
Date Published1911
PublisherBroadway Publishing Co.
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

Lost race flawed utopia located near the North Pole. There are four societies in the area, with one, the Centaurians, the focus of this aspect of the novel. The Centaurians are advanced technologically and see themselves as having achieved perfection and no longer love or hate. The novel contains the standard love story with the man from outside falling in love with a woman who is considered almost divine and is known as the Priestess of the Sun and is wedded to the Sun. Although she is supposed no longer to be able to experience love, she does, but not him.

Info Notes

© L. D. Biagi

Pseudonym

[L. D.] Biagi [pseud.].

Holding Institutions

DLC, HRC

Full Text

1911 [Ambrose, Lottie F.]. The Centaurians. A Novel. By [L. D.] Biagi [pseud.]. New York: Broadway Publishing Co. DLC, HRC

Lost race flawed utopia located near the North Pole. There are four societies in the area, with one, the Centaurians, the focus of this aspect of the novel. The Centaurians are advanced technologically and see themselves as having achieved perfection and no longer love or hate. The novel contains the standard love story with the man from outside falling in love with a woman who is considered almost divine and is known as the Priestess of the Sun and is wedded to the Sun. Although she is supposed no longer to be able to experience love, she does, but not him.