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Bring the Jubilee
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Bring the Jubilee Volume 19
Bring the Jubilee

Ward Moore
Issued: December 1987
Gollancz Classic SF
London
ISBN 0575041218
Trade Paperback
Cover illustration by Max Schindler
xii+198 pages

Notes
First published by Ballantine Books and Farrar, Straus and Young in 1953.

Publisher's Blurb
Hodge Backmaker was born into a backward country, a country of slaves and serfdom, of anarchy and private armies: Hodge Backmaker was born in twentieth century America. For in his America the South had won the Civil War, and his country had no choice but to pay the price of history. Until, that is, Hodge Backmaker, history’s most devoted student, earns the chance to cheat the past…

Effortless, elegiac and always intriguing, Bring the Jubilee is one of science fiction’s finest excursions into the realms of historical possibility.

WARD MOORE was born in New Jersey in 1903. Well known for his work outside the sf field, his debut novel was the picaresque Breathe the Air Again. His first sf novel was the comic Greener Than You Think, which was followed seven years later by Bring the Jubilee. Ward Moore died in 1978.

 
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