Omega: The Last Days of the World
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|Original title||La Fin du monde|
|Publisher||Ernest Flammarion (Paris)
The Cosmopolitan Publishing Company (New York)
Published in English
|ISBN||0-8032-6898-X (1999 reprint)|
|LC Class||PQ2244.F9 F513 1999|
On 25th century Earth, a comet made mostly of Carbonic-Oxide (CO) could possibly collide with the Earth. It is concerned with the philosophy and political consequences of the end of the world.
- Camille Flammarion, La Fin du monde. Paris: Ernest Flammarion, 1894. The first English translation was published by The Cosmopolitan Publishing Company (New York) in 1894 (and reprinted by the University of Nebraska Press in 1999 for Bison Books, with an introduction by Robert Silverberg). A digitised version of the original French novel is available in the Gallica service of the Bibliothèque Nationale Française [retrieved 16 June 2015].
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