Complete and restored edition using the original text.
Artwork based on cover of the 1923 edition.
On the surface, Sphinx tells of the arrival into a polite and
fashionable 1920's rural community of one Nicholas Cabot, a
young man who has recently come into money.
The deeper themes of the book include levels of consciousness,
the nature of choosing, and the boundary between life and death -
explored chiefly through the device of Cabot's esoteric chemical
Like all of Lindsay's books, Sphinx gives up its secrets a little at a
time, and rewards frequent re-reading.
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