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| class="even" | [[David Gerrold]]
 
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| class="even" | [[Ballantine Books]]
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| class="even" | [[Ballantine Books]]<br>[[Ballantine Books]]<br>[[Bluejay Books]]
 
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| class="even" | SBN 345-23403-0-150
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| class="even" | ISBN 0345234030<br>ISBN 0345249380<br>ISBN 0312944632
 
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'''''The World of Star Trek''''', 'the Show the Network Could Not Kill!' is a reference book written by [[David Gerrold]] (the man who wrote {{e|The Trouble with Tribbles}}), and published by [[Ballantine Books]] in {{y|1973}}. The book explores the creation of ''[[Star Trek: The Original Series]]'', and provides an in-depth analysis of the writing of the series. It was re-printed in {{y|1984}}, and included information up to and including {{film|3}}.
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'''''The World of Star Trek''''', "the Show the Network Could Not Kill!" is a reference book written by [[David Gerrold]] (the man who wrote {{e|The Trouble with Tribbles}}), and published by [[Ballantine Books]] in {{y|1973}}. The book explores the creation of ''[[Star Trek: The Original Series]]'', and provides an in-depth analysis of the writing of the series. It was re-printed in {{y|1984}}, and included information up to and including {{film|3}}.
   
 
==Summary==
 
==Summary==
''From Book Jacket:''
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;From the book jacket
   
:''HERE ARE THE WORLDS OF ''STAR TREK''
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:''Here are the worlds of ''Star Trek''
   
:''[[Gene Roddenberry|GENE RODDENBERRY]]'S brilliant conception--the first viable science fiction world designed for a TV series''
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:''[[Gene Roddenberry|GENE RODDENBERRY]]'S brilliant conception &ndash; the first viable science fiction world designed for a TV series''
   
:''THE SHOW ITSELF, and the people who created it--the writers, the stars, the technicians''
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:''THE SHOW ITSELF, and the people who created it &ndash; the writers, the stars, the technicians''
   
:''THE FANS--the world the show created--and how they kept ''STAR TREK'' alive in the face of network opposition''
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:''THE FANS &ndash; the world the show created &ndash; and how they kept ''Star Trek'' alive in the face of network opposition''
   
:''With Sixty-four pages of pictures from the episodes themselves, and with original photos by [[Stan Burns]]...''
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:''With sixty-four pages of pictures from the episodes themselves, and with original photos by [[Stan Burns]]...''
 
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[[Category:Reference books|World of Star Trek, The]]
 
[[Category:Reference books|World of Star Trek, The]]

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World of Star Trek 1
Author: David Gerrold
Published: 12 April 1973
12 November 1975
May 1984
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Ballantine Books
Bluejay Books
Pages: 276
276
209
Reference #s: ISBN 0345234030
ISBN 0345249380
ISBN 0312944632

The World of Star Trek, "the Show the Network Could Not Kill!" is a reference book written by David Gerrold (the man who wrote "The Trouble with Tribbles"), and published by Ballantine Books in 1973. The book explores the creation of Star Trek: The Original Series, and provides an in-depth analysis of the writing of the series. It was re-printed in 1984, and included information up to and including Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.

Summary

From the book jacket
Here are the worlds of Star Trek
GENE RODDENBERRY'S brilliant conception – the first viable science fiction world designed for a TV series
THE SHOW ITSELF, and the people who created it – the writers, the stars, the technicians
THE FANS – the world the show created – and how they kept Star Trek alive in the face of network opposition
With sixty-four pages of pictures from the episodes themselves, and with original photos by Stan Burns...

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