The Greening of Mars

TitleThe Greening of Mars
Year for Search1984
AuthorsAllaby, Michael (b. 1933), and Lovelock, James (b. 1919)
Date Published1984
PublisherAndré Deutsch
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

The novel is mostly about the terraforming of Mars, the trip to Mars by immigrants, and their initial adjustment to the new planet, but the main protagonist,  briefly presents Mars in eutopian terms. All manual work performed by robots. Everyone is vegetarian. Every book and article ever published on Earth is available electronically. Growing social diversity. No guns. Very limited crime.

Additional Publishers

U. S. ed. New York: St. Martin’s/Marek, 1984.

Holding Institutions

L, Public

Author Note

Allaby (b. 1933), Lovelock (b. 1919)

Full Text

1984 Allaby, Michael (b. 1933) and James Lovelock (b. 1919). The Greening of Mars. London: André Deutsch. U. S. ed. New York: St. Martin’s/Marek, 1984. L, Public

The novel is mostly about the terraforming of Mars, the trip to Mars by immigrants, and their initial adjustment to the new planet, but the main protagonist,  briefly presents Mars in eutopian terms. All manual work performed by robots. Everyone is vegetarian. Every book and article ever published on Earth is available electronically. Growing social diversity. No guns. Very limited crime.