The Sykaos Papers: Being An Account of the Voyages of the Poet Oi Paz to the System of Strim in the Seventeenth Galaxy; of his Mission to the Planet Sykaos; of his First Cruel Captivity; of his Travels about its Surface; of the Manners and Customs of its Beastly People; of his Second Captivity; and of his Return to Oitar. To which are added many passages from the Poet's Journal, documents in Sykotic script, and other curious matters. Selected and Edited by Q, Vice-Provost of the College of Adjusters

TitleThe Sykaos Papers: Being An Account of the Voyages of the Poet Oi Paz to the System of Strim in the Seventeenth Galaxy; of his Mission to the Planet Sykaos; of his First Cruel Captivity; of his Travels about its Surface; of the Manners and Customs of its Beastly People; of his Second Captivity; and of his Return to Oitar. To which are added many passages from the Poet's Journal, documents in Sykotic script, and other curious matters. Selected and Edited by Q, Vice-Provost of the College of Adjusters
Year for Search1988
AuthorsThompson, E[dward] P[almer](1924-93)
Tertiary AuthorsThompson, E. P.
Date Published1988
PublisherBloomsbury
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Rational dystopia contrasted to dystopian earth. While the later is generally preferable, it destroys itself.

Additional Publishers

U. S. ed. New York: Pantheon, 1988.

Author Note

(1924-93)

Full Text

1988 Thompson, E[dward] P[almer] (1924-93). The Sykaos Papers: Being An Account of the Voyages of the Poet Oi Paz to the System of Strim in the Seventeenth Galaxy; of his Mission to the Planet Sykaos; of his First Cruel Captivity; of his Travels about its Surface; of the Manners and Customs of its Beastly People; of his Second Captivity; and of his Return to Oitar. To which are added many passages from the Poet’s Journal, documents in Sykotic script, and other curious matters. Selected and Edited by Q, Vice-Provost of the College of Adjusters. London: Bloomsbury. U. S. ed. New York: Pantheon, 1988.

A rational dystopia contrasted to a dystopian earth. While the later is generally preferable, it destroys itself.