"The Man Who Rocked the Earth"

Title"The Man Who Rocked the Earth"
Year for Search1914
AuthorsTrain, Arthur [Cheney](1875-1945)
Secondary TitleSaturday Evening Post
Volume / Edition187.20 - 22
Pagination3-5, 57-58, 60-63; 12-15, 49-50, 52-54; 18-21, 32-34, 36-38
Date PublishedNovember 14 - 28 1914
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Mostly war and political intrigue, but at the beginning of the novel war has produced a world-wide dystopia with nations collapsing and significant sections of the world destroyed. The inventor of a new power threatens world destruction if peace does not come. After much adventure, the final chapter describes a world at peace under a Law of Humanity with an international police force. All weapons abolished.

Additional Publishers

Repub. as by Train and Robert Williams Wood (1868-1955). Illus. Walter L. Greene and Woods. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1915. Rpt. New York: Arno Press, 1974

Illustration

Illus. Harry Raleigh. Rpt, Illus. Walter L. Greene and Robert William Woods (1868-1955). 

Holding Institutions

PSt

Author Note

Train (1875-1945).

Full Text

1914 Train, Arthur [Cheney] (1875-1945) “The Man Who Rocked the Earth.” Illus. Harry Raleigh. Saturday Evening Post 187.20 - 22 (November 14 - 28 1914): 3-5, 57-58, 60-63; 12-15, 49-50, 52-54; 18-21, 32-34, 36-38. Repub. as by Train and Robert Williams Wood (1868-1955). Illus. Walter L. Greene and Woods. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1915. Rpt. New York: Arno Press, 1974. PSt

Mostly war and political intrigue, but at the beginning of the novel war has produced a world-wide dystopia with nations collapsing and significant sections of the world destroyed. The inventor of a new power threatens world destruction if peace does not come. After much adventure, the final chapter describes a world at peace under a Law of Humanity with an international police force. All weapons have been abolished.