In his debut novel, Rex Warner follows the journey of three brothers who escape a form of Marxism. The unique political landscape breaks traditional approaches toward socialist writings during the 1930s, yet remains contemporary in drawing on popular genres like Boys Adventure and science fiction from its times. The author digs up inspiration from classical mythology and fairy tails, but adds innovative elements using surrealism and film. This creative approach made Rex Warner a major writer instantly. The importance of his band of brothers chasing their ‘wild goose’ cannot be overstated as the novel highlights how privilege can corrupt, and how revolution finds resolution.
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