Beyond This Horizon

TitleBeyond This Horizon
Year for Search1948
AuthorsHeinlein, Robert A[nson](1907-88)
Date Published1948
PublisherFantasy Press
Place PublishedReading, PA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

An essentially good society based on eugenic planning and with the idea of a future even better human race. The eutopia is generally libertarian with all men, and some women, always armed, thus ensuring peaceful relations. A group of men of lower quality try to gain control and fail.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. without the illustrations. New York: New American Library, 1960. Rpt. as vol. 7 of The Virginia Edition of his works. Houston, TX: The Virginia Edition, 2008. Part originally published as by Anson MacDonald [pseud.] as “Beyond This Horizon.” Astounding Science Fiction (New York) 29.2 - 3 (April - May 1942): 9-50, 55-97.

Illustration

Illus. Robert Breck.

Pseudonym

Anson MacDonald [pseud.]. See Info notes.

Holding Institutions

DLC, Merril, PSt

Author Note

(1907-88)

Full Text

1948 Heinlein, Robert A[nson] (1907-88). Beyond This Horizon. Illus. Robert Breck. Reading, PA: Fantasy Press. Rpt. without the illustrations. New York: New American Library, 1960. Rpt. as vol. 7 of The Virginia Edition of his works. Houston, TX: The Virginia Edition, 2008. Part originally published as by Anson MacDonald [pseud.] as “Beyond This Horizon.” Astounding Science Fiction (New York) 29.2 - 3 (April - May 1942): 9-50, 55-97. DLC, Merril, PSt

An essentially good society based on eugenic planning and with the idea of a future even better human race. The eutopia is generally libertarian with all men, and some women, always armed, thus ensuring peaceful relations. A group of men of lower quality try to gain control and fail.