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A barnstormer in Oz, or, A rationalization and extrapolation of the split-level continuum

Philip JosГ© Farmer

A barnstormer in Oz, or, A rationalization and extrapolation of the split-level continuum

by Philip JosГ© Farmer

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Published by Phantasia Press in Huntington Woods, Mich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesBarnstormer in Oz., Rationalization and extrapolation of the split-level continuum.
StatementPhilip José Farmer.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3556.A72 B3 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination278 p. ;
Number of Pages278
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3113928M
ISBN 100932096182
LC Control Number82222556


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Book by Farmer, Philip Jose Title: A Barnstormer in Oz or a Rationalization and Extrapolation of the Split-Level Continuum You are not logged in. If you create a free account and sign in, you will be able to customize what is. A Barnstormer in Oz: A Rationalization and Extrapolation of the Split-Level Continuum is a novel by Philip José Farmer and is based on the setting and characters of L.

Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The central character of the novel is Hank Stover, a pilot and the supposed son of Dorothy Gale, who finds himself in Oz when his plane gets lost in a green cloud over Kansas in Barnstormer in Oz/en-en.

A Barnstormer in Oz, subtitled A Rationalization and Extrapolation of A barnstormer in Oz Split-Level Continuum, is an alternate Oz novel written by Philip José Farmer and published by Berkley Books in Hank Stover, a stunt pilot (who does "Barnstorming") and the son of Dorothy Gale, finds himself in Oz when his plane gets lost in a green cloud over Kansas in   Subtitle: or A Rationalization and Extrapolation of the Split-Level Continuum.

DEDICATION: To L. Frank Baum, to Fred M. Meyer, to the International Wizard of Oz Club, to Lester and Judy-Lynn del Rey, to Judy Garland, to all the Scarecrows, Tin Woodmans, Cowardly Lions, and Dorothys this side of the Yellow Brick Road, and to John Steinbeck, who said that, more than anything else, he would This book's subtitle unabashedly proclaims it to be "A Rationalization And Extrapolation Of The Split-Level Continuum", a bit of obfuscation which prepares us for this attempt to bring logical scientific analysis to the astounding world of Frank L.

Baum's beloved Oz :// : PHANTASIA PRESS / COMPLETE SIGNED / LIMITED COLLECTION / 49 VOLUMES: PHANTASIA PRESS / COMPLETE COLLECTION / 49 VOLUMES, toall first SIGNED hard-cover limited editions and / or first editions SIGNED with (the exception of Wall of Serpents first published by Avalon Books in ), all very fine in like dust-wrappers and slip-cases, many with low numbers The Royal Book of Oz.

Ruth Plumly Thompson. Kabumpo in Oz. Ruth Plumly Thompson. A Barnstormer in Oz: A Rationalization and Extrapolation of the Split-Level Continuum. Philip Jose Farmer. Mister Tinker in Oz. James Howe. Return to Oz.

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title media type ISBN year of publica-tion other author(s) A Barnstormer In Oz: Paperback: Philip José Farmer: A Barnstormer In Oz " A barnstormer in Oz, or, A rationalization and extrapolation of the split-level continuum: Hardcover: Abismo, El 3 A Barnstormer in Oz, or A Rationalization and Extrapolation of the Split–Level Continuum.

Huntington Woods, MI: Phantasia Press, Huntington Woods, Musical:,The Wizard of Oz: Harold Arlen Philip José Farmer (Janu - Febru ) was an American author, principally known for his science fiction and fantasy novels and short stories.

He was born in Terre Haute, Ind?ID=   I am not familiar with any particular book, (except the Wicked book which is recent, of course. Saw it on Broadway too!!) There was a rumor or maybe an urban rumor that a lot of things in the Wizard of Oz represented things that were going on in the country at the time.

The Wizard was the President of the United States. Oz was the symbol for ://?qid=AAsoUTA.