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This is what I would call a real life quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore. Published in the early 1930's, it's a good-natured parody tour of popular science fiction literature of the day. Most of the subjects are long-forgotten; Hawk Carse, Ray Cummings, John Taine, Ray Palmer, etc. It's an interesting bit of fannish history.