"Black Man's Burden"

Title"Black Man's Burden"
Year for Search1961
AuthorsReynolds, Mack [Dallas McCord](1917-83)
Secondary TitleAnalog Science Fact--Science Fiction
Volume / Edition68.4 - 5
Pagination6-55, 110-155
Date PublishedDecember 1961 - January 1962
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

The first volume in his Africa series about the attempt to keep an independent Africa free from the dominance of either East or West. In this volume, some people in an Africa that has advanced with the help of capitalists and Communists organize to keep Africa independent. The second volume, “Border, Breed nor Birth.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 59.5 - 6 (July - August 1962): 100-52, 104-56. Repub. New York: Ace Books, 1972. Ace Double bound with his Blackman’s Burden (1972), focuses on the conflict that follows. The third volume is The Best Ye Breed. New York: Ace Books, 1978 [Although there is no indication of it, the novel contains his “Black Sheep Astray.” Astounding, John W. Campbell Memorial Anthology. Ed. Harry Harrison (New York: Random House, 1973). Rpt. (New York: Ballantine Books, 1974), 218-50 with an author’s note on 219-20. U. K. ed. (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1974), 206-34]. It describes further conflict between North African liberation movement and all the forces opposed to it, and the liberation movement is at least temporarily defeated.

Additional Publishers

Repub. as Blackman’s Burden. New York: Ace Books, 1972. Ace Double bound with his Border, Breed Nor Birth (1972)

Holding Institutions

CU-Riv, Merril, MiEM, MiU, PSt

Author Note

(1917-83)

Full Text

1961-62 Reynolds, Mack [Dallas McCord] (1917-83). “Black Man’s Burden.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 68.4 - 5 (December 1961 - January 1962): 6-55, 110-155. Repub. as Blackman’s Burden. New York: Ace Books, 1972. Ace Double bound with his Border, Breed Nor Birth (1972) CU-Riv, Merril, MiEM, MiU, PSt

The first volume in his Africa series about the attempt to keep an independent Africa free from the dominance of either East or West. In this volume, some people in an Africa that has advanced with the help of capitalists and Communists organize to keep Africa independent. The second volume, “Border, Breed nor Birth.” Analog Science Fact–Science Fiction 59.5 - 6 (July - August 1962): 100-52, 104-56. Repub. New York: Ace Books, 1972. Ace Double bound with his Blackman’s Burden (1972), focuses on the conflict that follows. The third volume is The Best Ye Breed. New York: Ace Books, 1978 [Although there is no indication of it, the novel contains his “Black Sheep Astray.” Astounding, John W. Campbell Memorial Anthology. Ed. Harry Harrison (New York: Random House, 1973). Rpt. (New York: Ballantine Books, 1974), 218-50 with an author’s note on 219-20. U. K. ed. (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1974), 206-34]. It describes further conflict between North African liberation movement and all the forces opposed to it, and the liberation movement is at least temporarily defeated.