The Equalities of Para-Para, Written from the Dictation of George Rambler, M.D., F.R.G.S

TitleThe Equalities of Para-Para, Written from the Dictation of George Rambler, M.D., F.R.G.S
Year for Search1895
AuthorsHaedicke, Paul (1852-1903)
Date Published1895
PublisherThe Schuldt-Gathmann Company
Place PublishedChicago, IL
KeywordsGerman author, Male author, US author
Annotation

Anti-union satire describing a country in which everyone is made equal in all things by disfiguring the favored. For example, everyone is bald. Exactly the same amount of food and water to everyone at the same time each day. No personal possessions or private life. Life led publicly at all times, including having sex in public.

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Author Note

The author (1852-1903) was born in Germany and spent most of his life in the U. S., where he was a foreign correspondent for German newspapers.

Full Text

1895 Haedicke, Paul (1852-1903). The Equalities of Para-Para, Written from the Dictation of George Rambler, M. D., F. R. G. S. Chicago, IL: The Schuldt-Gathmann Company. L

Anti-union satire describing a country in which everyone is made equal in all things by disfiguring the favored. For example, everyone is bald. Exactly the same amount of food and water to everyone at the same time each day. No personal possessions or private life. Life led publicly at all times, including having sex in public. The author was born in Germany and spent most of his life in the U. S., where he was a foreign correspondent for German newspapers.