Anthony Nance <***@math.ohio-state.edu> wrote:
> Butch Malahide <***@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Anybody know where Harry Farjeon's horror-fantasy short
>> story "Exit" was published and what anthologies it's in?
>> Can't find anything about it in the ISFDB.
> I dug around a bit and here's what little I found (some of
> which you already know, but it's here for completeness):
> In addition to various web searches, I tried many of the
> resources found at http://www.philsp.com/homeville/
> Maybe you'll have better luck.
> It seems to have been published in 1943 as
> "Exit: a play in one act". Is that the actual/original
> name of the short story? Was it originally a play, or did
> the short story come first?
> I could only turn up two anthologies that include this story:
> "Ten Tales" edited by A.A. Phillips (1951, with reprints in 1959,
> 1961, and 1970 at least; one publisher was Longmans, Green & Co;
> another was Longmans, Croydon, Victoria) Copies of this one are
> out there (abebooks, for example).
> "That untravelled world: a collection of science fiction short stories"
> by Belinda Hoole; Tony Marshall; Malcolm Venter; South African Council
> for English Education. Eastern Cape Branch. ; Institute for the Study
> of English (2000)
> A short film was made in 2012 that seems to have been well received.
Forgot to include:
There's also a short film from 1974.
> And that's about it - wish I found more.