Deathworld 2

TitleDeathworld 2
Year for Search1964
AuthorsHarrison, Harry [Max](1925-2012)
Date Published1964
PublisherBantam
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Dystopia of violence.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Deathworld Trilogy (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, 1974), 149-283. UK ed. as The Ethical Engineer. London: Victor Gollancz, 1964. Originally published in a shorter version as “The Ethical Engineer.” Analog Science Fiction Science Fact 71.5 - 6 (July - August 1963): 17-40; 53-80. Other volumes of the trilogy are Deathworld. New York: Bantam Books, 1960; originally published in Astounding Science Fiction 64.5 - 65.1 (January - March 1960): 10-56, 104-41; 62-82, 129-54 [the journal became Astounding/Analog Science Fact & Fiction with the February 1960 issue]; and Deathworld 3. New York: Dell, 1968. U. K. ed. London: Faber and Faber, 1969; originally published as “The Horse Barbarians.” Analog Science Fiction–Science Fact 80.6 - 81.2 (February - April 1968): 6-69; 86-137; 100-42. There are five additional Deathworld volumes that were written for the Russian market.

Title Note

UK ed. as The Ethical Engineer.

Holding Institutions

Merril

Author Note

The author (1925-2012) was born Henry Maxwell Dempsey, with his father changing the surname to Harrison shortly after his birth, and he legally changed his name to Harry Max Harrison at age thirty. He was born and raised in the U. S. and lived in Mexico for a year, in Denmark for seven years, and then in the U. S., Ireland, and England for many years, and he died in England

Full Text

1964 Harrison, Harry [Max] (1925-2012). Deathworld 2. New York: Bantam. Rpt. in The Deathworld Trilogy (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, 1974), 149-283. UK ed. as The Ethical Engineer. London: Victor Gollancz, 1964. Originally published in a shorter version as “The Ethical Engineer.” Analog Science Fiction Science Fact 71.5 - 6 (July - August 1963): 17-40; 53-80. Other volumes of the trilogy are Deathworld. New York: Bantam Books, 1960; originally published in Astounding Science Fiction 64.5 - 65.1 (January - March 1960): 10-56, 104-41; 62-82, 129-54 [the journal became Astounding/Analog Science Fact & Fiction with the February 1960 issue]; and Deathworld 3. New York: Dell, 1968. U. K. ed. London: Faber and Faber, 1969; originally published as “The Horse Barbarians.” Analog Science Fiction–Science Fact 80.6 - 81.2 (February - April 1968): 6-69; 86-137; 100-42. There are five additional Deathworld volumes that were written for the Russian market. Merril

Dystopia of violence. The author was born Henry Maxwell Dempsey, with his father changing the surname to Harrison shortly after his birth, and he legally changed his name to Harry Max Harrison at age thirty. He was born and raised in the U. S. and lived in Mexico for a year, in Denmark for seven years, and then in the U. S., Ireland, and England for many years, and he died in England.