"The Discovery of Altruria. Narrative of Sir Robert Horton"

Title"The Discovery of Altruria. Narrative of Sir Robert Horton"
Year for Search1895
Authors[Walker], [John Brisben?](1847-1931)
Tertiary AuthorsSir Robert Horton [pseud.]
Secondary TitleThe Cosmopolitan: A Monthly Illustrated Magazine
Volume / Edition20.1
Pagination85-93
Date PublishedNovember 1895
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Isolated eutopia established in 1641 in central Africa and called Virland. This story serves as the introduction to 1895-1896 Walker, which elaborates on the eutopia. Here there is mention of a rich country with many villages and two cities, advanced technology, and moral leaders.

Pseudonym

Sir Robert Horton [pseud.]

Author Note

The supposed author (1847-1931), whose middle name is sometimes spelled Brisbane, was owner and editor of The Cosmopolitan at the time.

Full Text

1895 [Walker, John Brisben?] (1847-1931). “The Discovery of Altruria. Narrative of Sir Robert Horton [pseud.].” The Cosmopolitan: A Monthly Illustrated Magazine 20.1 (November 1895): 85-93.

Isolated eutopia established in 1641 in central Africa and called Virland. This story serves as the introduction to 1895-1896 Walker, which elaborates on the eutopia. Here there is mention of a rich country with many villages and two cities, advanced technology, and moral leaders. The supposed author, whose middle name is sometimes spelled Brisbane, was owner and editor of The Cosmopolitan at the time.