The Angel of the Revolution: A Tale of the Coming Terror

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Victorian Secrets, 2012 - Fiction - 442 pages
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'The Angel of the Revolution' is part of a relatively new literary genre, the British speculative future war novel. Interpretated in many ways - fin-de-siecle, technophobia, British imperialism - they anticipated modern science fiction.
 

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The thing about proto-sf is that there are several very different strains, and never shall they meet. Mary Shelley might set The Last Man two hundred years in the future, but it's mostly a vehicle for ... Read full review

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In the future year of 1904, an impoverished English inventor solves the secret of aerial navigation. He hands it over to the nihilist organization, the Terrorists, dedicated to the overthrow of ... Read full review

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