Children of Arable

TitleChildren of Arable
Year for Search1986
AuthorsBelden, David [Corderoy](b. 1949)
PublisherNew American Library
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, UK author, US author
Annotation

The novel is about a future genderless society when a woman is born and the woman becomes an advocate for revolutionary change. The second volume and final volume in the series is To Warm the Earth. New York: New American Library, 1988. Rev. with the subtitle Book II of the Gendering Series. Poughkeepsie, NY: Vivisphere Publishing, 2002 is set in a future frozen Earth and a woman from that Earth finds a man from another world who can help Earth. In this volume, the author says that he was at work on the third volume, which does not appear to have been published, and had revised both previous volumes in light of that work.

Additional Publishers

Rev. ed. as Children of Arable. Book 1 of the Gendering Series. Revised version of the formerly published novel. Poughkeepsie, NY: Vivisphere Publishing, 2001

Holding Institutions

CU-Riv, Merril, PSt

Author Note

The author (b. 1949) was born in Switzerland, holds a doctorate from the University of Oxford, at the time of publication he was working as a carpenter in San Francisco, and later returned to the UK.

Full Text

1986 Belden, David [Corderoy] (b. 1949). Children of Arable. New York: New American Library. Rev. ed. as Children of Arable. Book 1 of the Gendering Series. Revised version of the formerly published novel. Poughkeepsie, NY: Vivisphere Publishing, 2001. CU-Riv, Merril, PSt

The novel is about a future genderless society when a woman is born and the woman becomes an advocate for revolutionary change. The second volume and final volume in the series is To Warm the Earth. New York: New American Library, 1988. Rev. with the subtitle Book II of the Gendering Series. Poughkeepsie, NY: Vivisphere Publishing, 2002 is set in a future frozen Earth and a woman from that Earth finds a man from another world who can help Earth. In this volume, the author says that he was at work on the third volume, which does not appear to have been published, and had revised both previous volumes in light of that work. The author was born in Switzerland, holds a doctorate from the University of Oxford, at the time of publication he was working as a carpenter in San Francisco, and later returned to the UK.