Camp Concentration is a 1968 novel by Thomas M. Disch.


While serving a five year sentence for being a conscientious objector (couchie) poet Louis Sacchetti is mysteriously taken from prison and brought to Camp Archimedes, an underground compound run by Gen. Humphrey Haast where inmates are given a drug that will raise their intelligence to astounding levels, though it will also kill them in a matter of months. The job of the protagonist is to chronicle events at Archimedes in a daily journal that is sent to Haast and other select members of the project.


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