Earth's Last Citadel

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First book edition (publ. Ace Books). Cover art by Alex Schomburg.

Earth's Last Citadel is a science fiction novel written by the American husband and wife team of C.L. Moore and Henry Kuttner. It was first published in 1943 in the magazine Argosy[1] and in book form it was published first in 1964.[2]

Plot

During World War II, four people (two belonging to the Allies, two to the Axis) find a strange vehicle in the Tunisian desert. It whisks them to the far future where the Earth has been conquered and mankind is nearly extinct.

References

  1. ^ Clute and Grant 1997, p. 551.
  2. ^ [1] Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Sources

  • Clute, John and John Grant. The Encyclopedia of Fantasy. London: Orbit Books, 1997. ISBN 978-1-85723-368-1.

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