Meda. A Tale of the Future

TitleMeda. A Tale of the Future
Year for Search1891
AuthorsFolingsby, Kenneth
Date Published[1891]
PublisherPtd. [by Aird & Coghill] for Private Circulation
Place Published[Glasgow, Scot.]
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Eutopia. A sleeper awakes in three thousand years and finds a future world of fantastic intelligence. The human race has passed beyond the need to eat. Class system based on intelligence. Monarchy because every society needs a central focus.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. London: H. F. Mitchell, 1892.

Info Notes

The author says he wrote it in 1888.

Pseudonym

The Science Fiction Encyclopedia suggests that the author’s name may be a pseudonym.

Holding Institutions

L, LLL

Full Text

[1891] Folingsby, Kenneth. Meda. A Tale of the Future. [Glasgow, Scot.]: Ptd. [by Aird & Coghill] for Private Circulation. Rpt. London: H. F. Mitchell, 1892. L, LLL

Eutopia. A sleeper awakes in three thousand years and finds a future world of fantastic intelligence. The human race has passed beyond the need to eat. Class system based on intelligence. Monarchy because every society needs a central focus. The author says he wrote it in 1888The Science Fiction Encyclopedia suggests that the author’s name may be a pseudonym.