The Leap | Bill Hopkins

The Leap | Bill Hopkins

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"The Divine and the Decay," now reissued under the title "The Leap" by DUNCE BOOKS, is a provocative novel by Bill Hopkins that explores the tumultuous interplay between power, morality, and human ambition. This edition includes an insightful introduction by Colin Wilson, who frames the book's ideas within the philosophical contexts of Max Stirner and Friedrich Nietzsche. Originally published in the mid-20th century, the book delves into the psyche of its protagonist, Peter Plowart, a ruthless and charismatic leader who seeks to impose his vision of order on a society teetering on the edge of chaos. The narrative is both a psychological study and a political commentary, reflecting the existential tensions and ideological conflicts of its time. Hopkins' incisive prose and unflinching examination of the darker aspects of human nature make "The Leap" a compelling and thought-provoking read. With Wilson's introduction, readers gain a deeper understanding of the novel's philosophical underpinnings, enhancing its relevance to contemporary themes of authority and rebellion. This new edition by DUNCE BOOKS revitalizes a classic work, offering a fresh opportunity for readers to engage with its enduring and unsettling questions.


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