"Tomorrow and Tomorrow"

Title"Tomorrow and Tomorrow"
Year for Search1947
Authors[Kuttner], [Henry](1914-58)
Tertiary AuthorsLewis Padgett [pseud.]
Secondary TitleAstounding Science-Fiction (New York)
Volume / Edition38.5 - 6
Pagination6-36; 140-72, 174-77
Date PublishedJanuary - February 1947
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

After a brief, aborted World War II, the GPC or Global Peace Commission rules the world and limits research to approved topics and prohibits space exploration. An underground movement wants to overthrow it in the name of an undescribed utopia.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his Tomorrow and Tomorrow and The Fairy Chessman (New York: Gnome Press, 1951), 9-108. U. K. ed. London: World Distributors, 1963.

Pseudonym

Lewis Padgett [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

Merril

Author Note

(1914-1958)

Full Text

1947 [Kuttner, Henry] (1914-1958). “Tomorrow and Tomorrow.” By Lewis Padgett [pseud.]. Astounding Science-Fiction (New York) 38.5 - 6 (January - February 1947): 6-36; 140-72, 174-77. Rpt. in his Tomorrow and Tomorrow and The Fairy Chessman (New York: Gnome Press, 1951), 9-108. U. K. ed. London: World Distributors, 1963. Merril

After a brief, aborted World War II, the GPC or Global Peace Commission rules the world and limits research to approved topics and prohibits space exploration. An underground movement wants to overthrow it in the name of an undescribed utopia.