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by Colin Wilson
Author: Colin Wilson
Publisher: Pan Books; First edition, second printing edition (1968)
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A series of brutal and bizarre murders has London on edge. In this book Colin Wilson provides an interesting phenomenology of how a serial murderer’s mind phenomenology might unfold and why it does so. According to Wilson, such pathological murderers are mortally afraid of the existential emptiness and the sense of meaninglessness which appears in their life as dullness and some kind of psychological dying, so they attempt to find intensity of meaning through putting themselves to extreme and dangerous situations and transgressing various inhibitions.
The Glass Cage (1966) (Reprinted, Valancourt Books, 2014)
The Glass Cage (1966) (Reprinted, Valancourt Books, 2014). The Mind Parasites (1967). The Philosopher's Stone (1969) (Reprinted, Valancourt Books, 2013). The Colin Wilson Collection at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom - This is Wilson's bibliographer Colin Stanley's collection of books, articles, manuscripts, letters, photographs and assorted ephemera now at the University of Nottingham. Regularly updated by Stanley. Now contains, by arrangement with the Colin Wilson Estate, about 80 original manuscripts.
The Glass Cage An Unconventional Detective Story by Colin Wilson . This book may not be reproduced in whole or in part, by mimeograph or any other means, without permission. e-book v., Notes at EOF. Back Cover: Nine Violent Deaths. Nine Quotes From Blake. For information address: Random House, In. 203 East 30th Street, New York, . Bantam Books are published by Bantam Books, In. a National.
The sex diary of gerard sorme. The philosopher’s stone. By the time I moved to Los Angeles a year or so later, I was a dedicated Wilson reader, and since those early days I’ve had the great pleasure of visiting him in his home in Cornwall several times, and of writing about his work (see, for example, my book A Secret History of Consciousness (2003)).
Student Colin Wilson, Geoff Ward. Intelligent psycho-thriller. the plot is ingenious, well-turned and never facile. A compulsive damp Saturday afternoon read. Observer "Literate and enthralling. Far beyond the conventional mystery. Hollywood Reporter "I read with something like fascination this extraordinary book about a multiple murderer who accompanies each corpse with a quotation from Blake. Guardian " splendid story. a gripping thriller about lust and perversion. Sunday Times (London) A series of brutal and bizarre.
A study of time and its nature by numerous authors, including Wilson.
Translated into French, Spanish, Japanese and Portuguese. A study of time and its nature by numerous authors, including Wilson.
Colin Wilson is one of the most prolific, versatile and popular writers at work today. A Division of the Collins Publishing Group. He was born in Leicester in 1931, and left school at sixteen. After he had spent years working in a wool.
Colin Wilson (1931-2013) called The Glass Cage (1966) "perhaps my own favourite among my novels". Both a page-turning serial killer mystery and an exploration of Wilson's philosophical ideas, The Glass Cage was praised by critics on its original appearance and remains just as gripping and compulsively readable today.
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