"New Arcadia"

Title"New Arcadia"
Year for Search1956
AuthorsDe Camp, L[yon] Sprague(1907-2000)
Tertiary AuthorsDe Camp, L. Sprague
Secondary TitleFuture Science Fiction
Volume / Editionno. 30
Pagination4-41
Date Published1956
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Three supposed utopias in conflict with each other. Two of the utopias are humans and represent a division within a colony called Nouvelle-Arcadie, settled by French-peaking Swiss pacifists. The split between the two groups was mostly based of two men each wanting power. The third utopia was a subgroup of advocates of violence settled from a pacifist planet.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his A Gun for Dinosaur And Other Imaginative Tales (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1963), 315-59.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

(1907-2000)

Full Text

1956 De Camp, L[yon] Sprague (1907-2000). “New Arcadia.” Future Science Fiction (U. S.), no. 30 (1956): 4-41. Rpt. in his A Gun for Dinosaur And Other Imaginative Tales (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1963), 315-59. INS, PSt

Three supposed utopias in conflict with each other. Two of the utopias are humans and represent a division within a colony called Nouvelle-Arcadie, settled by French-peaking Swiss pacifists. The split between the two groups was mostly based of two men each wanting power. The third utopia was a subgroup of advocates of violence settled from a pacifist planet.