"Beyond Thirty”

Title"Beyond Thirty”
Year for Search1916
AuthorsBurroughs, Edgar Rice(1875-1950)
Secondary TitleAll Around Magazine
Volume / Edition11.4
Date PublishedFebruary 1916
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

The work is set two hundred years in the future in which the U. S. stayed out of World War 1 and European had destroyed itself and returned to a barbarian state while the Americas had developed into a technological eutopia. Although no one from the Americas had passed the 30th meridian East of the 175th meridian West until a group of Americans did accidentally. After fighting the barbarians and being rescued by the Chinese, the world will in future be open again.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. Fantasy Press, 1955; in Beyond Thirty and The Man-Eater (1957), Lincoln, NB: Bison Books, 2001; and as The Lost Continent. Original title Beyond Thirty. New York: Ace Books, 1963

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Author Note

The author (1875-1950) is best-known as the creator of Tarzan

Full Text

1916 Burroughs, Edgar Rice (1875-1950). “Beyond Thirty.” All Around Magazine (February 1916). Rpt. Fantasy Press, 1955; in Beyond Thirty and The Man-Eater (1957), Lincoln, NB: Bison Books, 2001; and as The Lost Continent. Original title Beyond Thirty. New York: Ace Books, 1963. PSt

The work is set two hundred years in the future in which the U. S. stayed out of World War 1 and European had destroyed itself and returned to a barbarian state while the Americas had developed into a technological eutopia. Although no one from the Americas had passed the 30th meridian East of the 175th meridian West until a group of Americans did accidentally. After fighting the barbarians and being rescued by the Chinese, the world will in future be open again. The author is best-known as the creator of Tarzan