Disambiguation: Black Easter can also refer to Easter in 1865 in the United States. President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on 14 Apr 1865, which was Good Friday; he died the following day on Saturday. People of that generation in the North referred to that Easter as Black Easter. It was probably the first use of that term. See:

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  • Disambiguation: Black Easter can also refer to Easter in 1865 in the United States. President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on 14 Apr 1865, which was Good Friday; he died the following day on Saturday. People of that generation in the North referred to that Easter as Black Easter. It was probably the first use of that term. See: Black Easter is a fantasy novel by American writer James Blish, in which an arms dealer hires a black magician to unleash all the demons of Hell on Earth for a single day. It was first published in 1968. The sequel is The Day After Judgment. Together, those two novellas form the third part of the thematic After Such Knowledge trilogy (the title is from a line of T. S. Eliot's Gerontion: "After such knowledge, what forgiveness?") with A Case of Conscience and Doctor Mirabilis. Blish has stated that it was only after completing Black Easter that he realized that the works formed a trilogy. A shorter version of Black Easter was serialized as Faust Aleph-Null in If magazine, August–October 1967; the book edition retains the phrase as its subtitle. Black Easter and its sequel were later published as a single volume under the title Black Easter and The Day After Judgement (1980); a 1990 edition from Baen Books was renamed The Devil's Day. (en)
  • Het helse paasvuur (Engelse titel: Black Easter) is een roman uit 1968 van de Amerikaanse schrijver James Blish. Het werd in Nederland uitgegeven door in hun reeks sciencefictionboeken, maar hoort daar voor wat betreft thematiek niet in thuis. Het is eerder fantasy. Blish voltooide het in Alexandria (Virginia). (nl)
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  • Hardcover first edition (en)
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  • Judith Anne Lawrence (en)
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  • Het helse paasvuur (Engelse titel: Black Easter) is een roman uit 1968 van de Amerikaanse schrijver James Blish. Het werd in Nederland uitgegeven door in hun reeks sciencefictionboeken, maar hoort daar voor wat betreft thematiek niet in thuis. Het is eerder fantasy. Blish voltooide het in Alexandria (Virginia). (nl)
  • Disambiguation: Black Easter can also refer to Easter in 1865 in the United States. President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on 14 Apr 1865, which was Good Friday; he died the following day on Saturday. People of that generation in the North referred to that Easter as Black Easter. It was probably the first use of that term. See: (en)
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