Amphibian Man: Chelovek-Amphibiya Alexander Belyaev

ISBN: 9781784350369

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Amphibian Man: Chelovek-Amphibiya  by  Alexander Belyaev

Amphibian Man: Chelovek-Amphibiya by Alexander Belyaev
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Amphibian Man is a science fiction adventure novel by the Soviet Russian writer Alexander Belyaev, first published in 1928. Argentinian doctor Salvator, a scientist and a maverick surgeon, performs a life saving transplant on his son, Ichthyander.MoreAmphibian Man is a science fiction adventure novel by the Soviet Russian writer Alexander Belyaev, first published in 1928. Argentinian doctor Salvator, a scientist and a maverick surgeon, performs a life saving transplant on his son, Ichthyander. The experiment was a success but it limited the young mans ability to interact with the world outside his ocean environment.

He has to spend much of his time in water. Pedro Surita, local pearl gatherer, learns about Ichthyander and tries to exploit boys superhuman diving abilities. Similar to other works by Beliaev, the book investigates the possibilities of physical survival under extreme conditions, as well as the moral integrity of scientific experiments.

It also touches on socialist ideas of improving living conditions for the worlds poor.



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