"The Sunken World"

Title"The Sunken World"
Year for Search1928
AuthorsCoblentz, Stanton A[rthur](1896-1982)
Secondary TitleAmazing Stories Quarterly (New York)
Volume / Edition1.3
Pagination292-377
Date PublishedSummer 1928
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Atlantis as a eutopia. Athenian democracy limited in size to 600,000  residents. Common property except for personal property. Free housing. All posts gained by defeating rivals in debate. Education by the wise. Laws approved by 100 citizens and then put to a referendum within thirty days.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. Amazing Stories Quarterly (Dunnellen, NJ) 7.2 (Fall 1934): 28-108. Repub. Illus. Charles E. McCurdy. Los Angeles, CA: Fantasy Pub. Co., 1948. 2nd ed. Illus. Charles E. McCurdy. Los Angeles, CA: Fantasy Pub. Co., 1950. U. K. ed. of 1st ed. Illus. Charles E. McCurdy. London: Fantasy Books, [1948]. 

Holding Institutions

L, Merril, PSt

Author Note

(1896-1982)

Full Text

1928 Coblentz, Stanton A[rthur] (1896-1982). “The Sunken World.” Amazing Stories Quarterly (New York) 1.3 (Summer 1928): 292-377. Rpt. Amazing Stories Quarterly (Dunnellen, NJ) 7.2 (Fall 1934): 28-108. Repub. Gradual development of two classes, the Eloi and the Morlocks, who are the final stages of the bourgeoisie and the proletariat, respectively. Repub. Illus. Charles E. McCurdy. Los Angeles, CA: Fantasy Pub. Co., 1948. 2nd ed. Illus. Charles E. McCurdy. Los Angeles, CA: Fantasy Pub. Co., 1950. U. K. ed. of 1st ed. Illus. Charles E. McCurdy. London: Fantasy Books, [1948]. L, Merril, PSt

Atlantis as a eutopia. Athenian democracy limited in size to 600,000  residents. Common property except for personal property. Free housing. All posts gained by defeating rivals in debate. Education by the wise. Laws approved by 100 citizens and then put to a referendum within thirty days.