A Week in the Future

By: Spence, Catherine Helen

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Sydney: Hale & Iremonger, 1987. 136 pp., colour illustrated dustwrapper titled " Catherine Helen Spence's 1888 Forecast of Life in 1988". Illustrated endpapers, profusely illustrated with black and white photographs, posters and comics from the period, introduction & notes by Lesley Durrell Ljungdahl. The story of Emily Bethel, a ficticious character who is supernaturally transported from Adelaide in 1888 to London in 1988. It includes descriptions of all facets of life, some surprisingly accurate, others with a more utopian tint, still to be realised. Some parts of life that it highlights, have remained unchanged throughout the last century. The authoress was a South Australian. Top edge of the dustwrapper shows some edgewear.. First Edition Thusly. Red Cloth. Very Good/Good. Illus. by Various. quarto - over 9¾" - 12" Tall. Science Fiction.

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