And It Came to Pass

TitleAnd It Came to Pass
Year for Search1916
Authors[Gull], [Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger](1874-1923)
Tertiary AuthorsGuy Thorne [pseud.]
Date Published1916
PublisherJarrold & Sons
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Essentially a religious novel, but a brief section (234-42) describes the conservative post-World War I eutopia brought about by the development of a “United Council of Empire” that brought the countries of the British Empire together. This eliminated liberal education, which was replaced by vocational education and common sense. Trade unionism eliminated. Piece-work and short contracts replaced union contracts; this produced prosperity for all. Feudalism reinstated.

Pseudonym

Guy Thorne [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The author (1874-1923) added Cyril to his name

Full Text

1916 [Gull, Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger] (1874-1923). And It Came to Pass. By Guy Thorne [pseud.]. London: Jarrold & Sons. L

Essentially a religious novel, but a brief section (234-42) describes the conservative post-World War I eutopia brought about by the development of a “United Council of Empire” that brought the countries of the British Empire together. This eliminated liberal education, which was replaced by vocational education and common sense. Trade unionism eliminated. Piece-work and short contracts replaced union contracts, and this produced prosperity for all. Feudalism is reinstated.