Philadelphia: Prime Press, 1949. 8vo. [viii], 160 pp. FIRST EDITION. Green publisher’s cloth, in original dust-jacket. A fine copy. Item #11891
First edition of this bizarre tale of a male virgin birth. Wishing to convey the idea that “a man can do anything he wants to if he thinks he can and is willing to make the effort,” Keller has written a strange tale about a man who repeats Paracelsus’ experiment of masculine parthagenesis.