The Man Who Went Back

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The Man Who Went Back
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First edition (UK)
Author Warwick Deeping
Cover artist Rowland Hilder
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Science fiction novel
Publisher Cassell and Co (UK)
Alfred A. Knopf (US)
McClelland & Stewart (Canada)
Publication date
1940 (November 11, 1940 in United States[1])
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 382 pp

The Man Who Went Back (1940) is an adventure novel by Warwick Deeping about a man who has a car accident in 1939 England. He is transported back into post-Roman Britain and has to contend with the knowledge that he is from the future, in the past.

Upon release, the New York Times described the book as a "remarkable merger" of Deeping's prior novels with "cloak-and-sword" settings and those set in contemporary times, resulting in an "odd but earnest novel."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (11 November 1940). Book Published Today, The New York Times
  2. ^ Wallace Margaret (17 November 1940). The New Deeping (book review), The New York Times