THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF EARTH by

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF EARTH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A readable popular geology, an adventure in science with the earth as the victim. The rocks and stones, the waters and mountains, the atmosphere that surrounds it, and the secrets hidden in its depth are all called in as witnesses, and the vast cycles of earth's history are revealed. The author is professor of geology at the University of Southern California, so the book should have local interest in that section.

Pub Date: Oct. 10th, 1935
Publisher: Coward, McCann