By the Waters of Babylon


  1. ^ The term post-apocalyptic paraphrases Izzo.[1] Date of publication is from "BENÉT, STEPHEN VINCENT", in Miscellaneous Story Anthologies Benét changed the title when selecting works for Thirteen O'Clock. (Fenton, 1958)
  2. ^ Book Information: Pocket Book of Science Fiction, the. Donald A. Wollheim, ed. (1943). Steven Jeffery /, 2007
  3. ^ Description from the play catalog of Dramatic Publishing. The adaption is distinct from the 2003 play of the same name by Robert Schenkkan.
  4. ^ Wagar, p. 163, who also calls him a "young savage" (p. 25). Macdonald, p. 267-268, who calls him a "young brave". In the play adaptation, he appears as a young man and, in a non-speaking part, as a boy. (Duffield, 1971)
  5. ^ Source is Izzo, who also notes that Benét wrote other stories and poems in response to the threat of Fascism in the 1930s.
  6. ^ Published 1954 by Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine, appeared 1959 in The World That Couldn't Be, Ed. H.L. Gold, Doubleday.

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