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by Griffith, George Chetwynd.

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Overview

TitleThe angel of the revolution : a tale of the coming terror
Author / Responsible partyGriffith, George Chetwynd.
CollectionFiction
GenreScience fiction.
TopicsScience fiction.
RestrictionsYes
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd.
Published2020

Summary

The Angel of the Revolution: A Tale of the Coming Terror (1893) is a science fiction novel by English writer George Griffith. It was his first published novel and remains his most famous work. It was first published in Pearson's Weekly and was prompted by the success of The Great War of 1892 in Black and White magazine, which was itself inspired by The Battle of Dorking. A lurid mix of Jules Verne's futuristic air warfare fantasies, the utopian visions of News from Nowhere and the future war invasion literature of Chesney and his imitators, it tells the tale of a group of terrorists who conquer the world through airship warfare.

Additional Information

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System control numberS14882
Original Print PublisherLondon : Tower Publishing Company Limited, 1894
NarratorKevin Green.
Narrator NameKevin Green.
Participant or performer noteKevin Green.
Narrators GenderMale narrator