A Capital Mars

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When Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote Under the Moons of Mars in 1911, introducing the character John Carter, he did so in a mood of desperation. At 35, with a wife and two children, he had failed miserably in several business ventures and was in the process of going broke trying to sell pencil sharpeners.

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