Homeworld

TitleHomeworld
Year for Search1980
AuthorsHarrison, Harry [Max](1925-2012)
Date Published1980
PublisherGranada
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Flawed utopia in which the elite lead lives of comfort and privilege because the majority of the population lead lives of poverty and degradation. See also 1981 Harrison Starworld and Wheelworld.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. London: Severn House, 1986. U. S. ed. New York: Bantam Books, 1980.

Info Notes

Vol. 1 of his To the Stars.

Holding Institutions

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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

1980 Harrison, Harry [Max] (1925-2012). Homeworld. London: Granada. Rpt. London: Severn House, 1986. U. S. ed. New York: Bantam Books, 1980. Vol. 1 of his To the Stars. PSt

Flawed utopia in which the elite lead lives of comfort and privilege because the majority of the population lead lives of poverty and degradation. See also 1981 Harrison Starworld and Wheelworld. 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.