"The Devolutionist"

Title"The Devolutionist"
Year for Search1921
AuthorsFlint, Homer Eon (born Flindt, 1892-1924)
Secondary TitleArgosy-All Story Weekly (New York)
Volume / Edition135.5
Pagination626-71
Date PublishedJuly 23, 1921
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Earth scientists visit other planets using a form of telepathy and an argument emerges on the advantages of power in the hands of an elite or in the hands of the people. A loose sequel is “The Emancipatrix.” Argosy-All Story Weekly 136.5 (September 3, 1921): 631-80; rpt. in his The Devolutionist and The Emancipatrix (New York: Ace Books, [1965]), 96-191 in which the same argument takes place on another planet.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his The Devolutionist and The Emancipatrix (New York: Ace Books, [1965]), 5-95.

Author Note

The author was born Flindt (1892-1924)

Full Text

1921 Flint, Homer Eon (born Flindt, 1892-1924). “The Devolutionist.” Argosy-All Story Weekly (New York) 135.5 (July 23, 1921): 626-71. Rpt. in his The Devolutionist and The Emancipatrix (New York: Ace Books, [1965]), 5-95. DLC

Earth scientists visit other planets using a form of telepathy and an argument emerges on the advantages of power in the hands of an elite or in the hands of the people. A loose sequel is “The Emancipatrix.” Argosy-All Story Weekly 136.5 (September 3, 1921): 631-80; rpt. in his The Devolutionist and The Emancipatrix (New York: Ace Books, [1965]), 96-191 in which the same argument takes place on another planet.