THE TRIUNE MAN by Richard Lupoff

THE TRIUNE MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Split-identity story of a gentle middle-aged cartoonist, creator of intrepid Diamond Sutro, unaccountably locked in the same body as an American Nazi leader. There's a third self unknown to the others, and a still more buried remnant awaiting its own moment. The action spins between a posh Earthside funny farm, a robot supercivilization to which the multiple selves are summoned to save the universe, and the Diamond Sutro cartoon plot's increasing encroachments on outside realities--with additional disturbing (and not awfully well-managed) WW II flashbacks. The denouement is brought off with confidence though in several shades of purple. A superior and stimulating effort.

Pub Date: Dec. 30th, 1975
Publisher: Putnam