World D: Being a Brief Account of the Founding of Helioxenon

TitleWorld D: Being a Brief Account of the Founding of Helioxenon
Year for Search1935
AuthorsHeydon, J[oseph] K[entigern] ed. [written by](1884-1947).
Tertiary AuthorsHeydon, J. K.
Date Published1935
PublisherSheed & Ward
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsAustralian author, Male author
Annotation

There is a sphere in the center of the world that is intended to become a eutopia. The novel is about the early stages, but it is written from the perspective of a slightly later time, which suggests that the eutopia (eugenics, intelligence, peace, and harmony) is established.

Additional Publishers

U. S. ed. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1935. Rpt. in ed. of 250 numbered copies [La Valette, France]: Apex, 1995.

Pseudonym

By Hal [Harold] P[hilip] Trevarthan [pseud.](Official Historian of the Superficies).

Holding Institutions

DLC, MoU-St, PSt

Author Note

Australian author (1884-1947). The author’s name is sometimes given as Haydon.

Full Text

1935 Heydon, J[oseph] K[entigern], ed. [written by] (1884-1947). World D: Being a Brief Account of the Founding of Helioxenon. By Hal [Harold] P[hilip] Trevarthan [pseud.]. (Official Historian of the Superficies). London: Sheed & Ward. U. S. ed. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1935. Rpt. in ed. of 250 numbered copies [La Valette, France]: Apex, 1995. The author’s name is sometimes given as Haydon. DLC, MoU-St, PSt

There is a sphere in the center of the world that is intended to become a eutopia. The novel is about the early stages, but it is written from the perspective of a slightly later time, which suggests that the eutopia (eugenics, intelligence, peace, and harmony) is established. Australian author.