Professor Mmaa's Lecture

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Overlook Press, 1975 - Fiction - 225 pages
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A little dry, but a generally amusing Oulipo-esque novel about humans as viewed by termite academia. Read full review

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takes place in a termite world. meaning: all the characters are termites. professor mmaa is a specialist in studying humans, or as the termite term goes: "homos." a sometimes uproarious send up of ... Read full review

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Stefan Themerson (1910-1988) was born in Poland, moved to Russia during the Revolution, studied physics and architecture in Warsaw, and lived in Paris before settling in London. Aside from his writings--which include novels such as Tom Harris, The Mystery of the Sardine, and Professor Mmaa's Lecture, children's stories, philosophical essays, and poems--Themerson also composed music and made a number of films with his wife Franciszka.

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