"Eastward Ho!"

Title"Eastward Ho!"
Year for Search1958
Authors[Klass], [Philip](1920-2010)
Tertiary AuthorsWilliam Tenn [pseud.]
Secondary TitleThe Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
Volume / Edition15.4
Pagination5-19
Date PublishedOctober 1958
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Satire in which Indians have retaken the American continent.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his The Wooden Star (New York: Ballantine Books, 1968), 73-93; in Beyond Armageddon: Twenty-One Sermons to the Dead. Ed. Walter M. Miller, Jr. and Martin H. Greenberg (New York: Primus, 1985), 278-94; and in his Immodest Proposals: The Complete Science Fiction of William Tenn. Volume 1 (Framingham, MA: The NESFA Press, 2001), 187-98 with an “Afterword” (199-200).

Pseudonym

William Tenn [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

(1920-2010)

Full Text

1958 [Klass, Philip] (1920-2010). “Eastward Ho!” By William Tenn [pseud.]. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 15.4 (October 1958): 5-19. Rpt. in his The Wooden Star (New York: Ballantine Books, 1968), 73-93; in Beyond Armageddon: Twenty-One Sermons to the Dead. Ed. Walter M. Miller, Jr. and Martin H. Greenberg (New York: Primus, 1985), 278-94; and in his Immodest Proposals: The Complete Science Fiction of William Tenn. Volume 1 (Framingham, MA: The NESFA Press, 2001), 187-98 with an “Afterword” (199-200). MoU-St

Satire in which Indians have retaken the American continent.