Dayworld

TitleDayworld
Year for Search1985
AuthorsFarmer, Philip José(1918-2009)
Date Published1985
PublisherG. P. Putnam's Sons
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

First volume of series set in the conditions of 1971 Farmer, “Sliced Crosswise Only-on-Tuesday World” in which individuals only live one day a week. This novel focuses on those who are capable of defeating the system and living seven different lives in a week. In Dayworld Rebel.  New York : Ace/Putnam, 1987 the protagonist of the first volume flees across the country with others who can live seven days a week. And in Dayworld Breakup. New York: Tor, 1990 it is revealed that the population has fallen and that the only reason for keeping people in suspended animation is so that those in power can stay in power. See also 2016 Farmer and Adams.

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1985 Farmer, Philip José (1918-2009). Dayworld. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. PSt

First volume of series set in the conditions of 1971 Farmer, “Sliced Crosswise Only-on-Tuesday World” in which individuals only live one day a week. This novel focuses on those who are capable of defeating the system and living seven different lives in a week. In Dayworld Rebel. New York: Ace/Putnam, 1987 the protagonist of the first volume flees across the country with others who can live seven days a week. And in Dayworld Breakup. New York: Tor, 1990 it is revealed that the population has fallen and that the only reason for keeping people in suspended animation is so that those in power can stay in power. See also 2016 Farmer and Adams.