After London; or, Wild England In Two Parts. Part I.--The Relapse into Barbarism. Part II.--Wild England

TitleAfter London; or, Wild England In Two Parts. Part I.--The Relapse into Barbarism. Part II.--Wild England
Year for Search1885
AuthorsJefferies, [John] Richard(1848-87)
Tertiary AuthorsJefferies, Richard
Date Published1885
PublisherCassell and Company
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

aeturn to barbarianism is initially dystopian, with slavery, ignorance, and continuing warfare, but a strong leader brings unity and the possibility of eutopia.

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Rpt. London: Cassell and Company, 1886; London: Duckworth, 1905; New York: Arno Press, 1975; Oxford, Eng.: Oxford University Press, 1980; and ed. Mark Frost (Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 2017 with an “Introduction” (vii-l), Jefferies “The Great Snow (fragment 1876)” (194-98), and Jefferies, “[‘Alone in London’] (Untitled fragment, undated MS, British Library, Add. MSS 58 817), which was originally published in the Richard Jefferies Society Journal 1 (1992): 2-3 (199-201). Part II, Chapters XXII-XXIX rpt. in Dystopia Utopia Short Stories: An Anthology of New & Classic Tales (London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2016), 148-58. Part II, Chapters XXII-XXIX rpt. in Dystopia Utopia Short Stories: An Anthology of New & Classic Tales (London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2016), 148-58. Most reprints have the title as After London; or, Wild England.

Title Note

Most reprints have the title as After London; or, Wild England.

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Author Note

(1848-87)

Full Text

1885 Jefferies, [John] Richard (1848-87). After London; or, Wild England In Two Parts. Part I.–The Relapse into Barbarism. Part II.–Wild England. London: Cassell and Company. Rpt. London: Cassell and Company, 1886; London: Duckworth, 1905; New York: Arno Press, 1975; Oxford, Eng.: Oxford University Press, 1980; and ed. Mark Frost (Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 2017 with an “Introduction” (vii-l), Jefferies “The Great Snow (fragment 1876)” (194-98), and Jefferies, “[‘Alone in London’] (Untitled fragment, undated MS, British Library, Add. MSS 58 817), which was originally published in the Richard Jefferies Society Journal 1 (1992): 2-3 (199-201). Part II, Chapters XXII-XXIX rpt. in Dystopia Utopia Short Stories: An Anthology of New & Classic Tales (London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2016), 148-58. Part II, Chapters XXII-XXIX rpt. in Dystopia Utopia Short Stories: An Anthology of New & Classic Tales (London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2016), 148-58. Most reprints have the title as After London; or, Wild England. L, MoU-St

A return to barbarianism is initially dystopian, with slavery, ignorance, and continuing warfare, but a strong leader brings unity and the possibility of eutopia.