|Other titles||The problem of the ages.|
|Statement||by Jack Adams.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||387|
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(Der Zukunftsstaat: Produktion und Konsum im Sozialstaat.) () by Kārlis Balodis – he adopted the pseudonym Ballod-Atlanticus from Bacon's book Nova Atlantis () 20thst centuries Edit NEQUA or The Problem of the Ages by Jack Adams – A feminist utopian science fiction novel . Nequa, or, Narratorial Reliability in a Utopia Published under the pseudonym Jack Adams (but copyrighted under the names Alcanoan A. Grigsby and Mary P. Lowe, who are presumed to be the true authors), Nequa, or, The Problem of the Ages was printed in Topeka, Kansas in Though fairly typical of other terra cava narratives concerned with exploration, spiritualism, and utopianism, there . Nequa, or the problem of the ages is one of the first feminist, science fiction, hollow earth, utopian novels. First published in Topeka, Kansas in by Populist and Suffrage newspaper editors. A Bibliography of Hollow Earth Writings Adams, Jack [Alcanoan Grigsby]. Nequa, or, The Problem of the Ages (Topeka, KS: Equity Publishing Company, ).. Aikin, Charles. Forty Years With the Damned, or, Life Inside the Earth (Chicago: Regan Printing House, ).. Anon.
NEQUA or the Problem of the Ages, 3rd Jack Adams. (Kansas City, MO.: Green Snake Press, , xiv + pages, paper $) NEQUA, one of the first utopian, hollow-earth, science fiction, feminist novels, began life serialized in the Topeka newspaper Equity, a paper dedicated to the “discussion of fundamental. Curiosities. Nequa, or, The Problem of the Ages, by Jack Adams () NEQUA first appeared as a serial, in a newspaper published in in Topeka, Kansas. The publishers, Alcanoan O. Grigsby and Mary P. Lowe, advertised Nequa, the first in a series, as an "occult romance taking place in a science-fiction world" as described in "the theory of concentric spheres put forward by Captain John. Title: NEQUA or The Problem of the Ages Author: Alcanoan O. Grigsby Mary P. Lowe Release Date: September 8, [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK NEQUA OR THE PROBLEM OF THE AGES *** Produced by Mary Glenn Krause, MFR, Graeme Mackreth, Duke University and the Online. Nequa, or, the Problem of the Ages ( Equity, Topeka, Kansas) (hollow earth) Lowry, Lois. The Giver () (Newberry Medal winner - utopian community ) Lucas, Frances. Cathy IV. A naive young lesbian is shipwrecked on another planet, and becomes embroiled in their slave economy. (). New Victoria Publishers, Norwich.