The Warlord of the Air; A Scientific Romance

TitleThe Warlord of the Air; A Scientific Romance
Year for Search1971
AuthorsMoorcock, Michael [John](b. 1939)
Date Published1971
PublisherDell
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Alternative future histories. Describes some eutopian and some dystopian societies but not in much detail. The same approach is continued in two sequels The Land Leviathan. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1974. U. K. ed. with subtitle A New Scientific Romance. London: Quartet, 1974. Rpt. in his The Nomad of Time (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, [1982]), 157-302. Rev. with the subtitle For Mongazi Feza, who demanded justice. In A Nomad of the Time Streams: A Scientific Romance (London: Millennium, 1993), 157-297. U. S. ed. as The Second Adventure The Land Leviathan (Clarkson, GA: White Wolf, 1995), 147-276; and The Steel Tsar. New York: DAW Books, 1981. U. K. ed. with the subtitle Third Volume in the Oswald Bastable Trilogy. London: Granada, 1981. Rpt. in The Nomad of Time (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, [1982]), 303-441. Rev. with the subtitle To the memory of Michael Cornelius Dempsey, who died, as he had lived, a captain of his own ship. In A Nomad of the Time Streams: A Scientific Romance (London: Millennium, 1993), 299-457. U. S. ed. as The Third Adventure The Steel Tsar (Clarkston, GA: White Wolf, 1995), 277-423.

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U. K. ed. London: NEL, 1971. Rpt. in The Nomad of Time (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, [1982]), 1-155. Rev. with the subtitle For Colin Ward and the international anarchist conspiracy. In A Nomad of the Time Streams: A Scientific Romance (London: Millennium, 1993), 1-154. U. S. ed. as The First Adventure The Warlord of the Air (Clarkston, GA: White Wolf, 1995), 1-146.

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(b. 1939)

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1971 Moorcock, Michael [John] (b. 1939). The Warlord of the Air: A Scientific Romance. New York: Dell. U. K. ed. London: NEL, 1971. Rpt. in his The Nomad of Time (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, [1982]), 1-155. Rev. with the subtitle For Colin Ward and the international anarchist conspiracy in his A Nomad of the Time Streams: A Scientific Romance (London: Millennium, 1993), 1-154. U. S. ed. as The First Adventure The Warlord of the Air (Clarkston, GA: White Wolf, 1995), 1-146. CNoS

Alternative future histories. Describes some eutopian and some dystopian societies but not in much detail. The same approach is continued in two sequels The Land Leviathan. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1974. U. K. ed. with subtitle A New Scientific Romance. London: Quartet, 1974. Rpt. in his The Nomad of Time (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, [1982]), 157-302. Rev. with the subtitle For Mongazi Feza, who demanded justice. In A Nomad of the Time Streams: A Scientific Romance (London: Millennium, 1993), 157-297. U. S. ed. as The Second Adventure The Land Leviathan (Clarkson, GA: White Wolf, 1995), 147-276; and The Steel Tsar. New York: DAW Books, 1981. U. K. ed. with the subtitle Third Volume in the Oswald Bastable Trilogy. London: Granada, 1981. Rpt. in The Nomad of Time (Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, [1982]), 303-441. Rev. with the subtitle To the memory of Michael Cornelius Dempsey, who died, as he had lived, a captain of his own ship. In A Nomad of the Time Streams: A Scientific Romance (London: Millennium, 1993), 299-457. U. S. ed. as The Third Adventure The Steel Tsar (Clarkston, GA: White Wolf, 1995), 277-423.