Gloriana; or, The Revolution of 1900

TitleGloriana; or, The Revolution of 1900
Year for Search1890
AuthorsDixie, Lady Florence [Caroline](1855-1905)
Tertiary AuthorsDixie, Lady Florence [Caroline](1855-1905)
Date Published1890
PublisherHenry and Company
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsFemale author, Scottish author
Annotation

The novel is concerned with the struggle for women's rights and includes a few pages (345-50) of a future eutopia in 1999 at the end. London countrified. Righteous government. Federated republic with an Imperial Assembly. No poverty.

Additional Publishers

U.S. ed. New York: Standard Publishing Co., 1892 (CaSt). There is a brief "An American Introduction" (xiii-xiv) to the U.S. ed. by George Noyes Miller, author of The Strike of a Sex (1890). Repub. under the title The New Woman, or The Revolution of 1900. New York: Holland Publishing Co., 1896. The New Woman does not contain the "Preface" (vii-x) or "Maremma's Dream. Introduction to Gloriana; or, A Dream of the Revolution of 1900" (1-4).

Info Notes

See also 1904 Dixie and her Aniwee; or, The Warrior Queen: A Tale of the Araucanian Indians and the Mythical Trauco People. London: Henry and Co., 1890, which is a children's or Young Adult lost race novel with minor elements of a feminist utopia and includes character from her The Young Castaways. London: John F. Shaw, 1890; rpt. as The Two Castaways. London: John F. Shaw, [1902]; rpt. London: Alston Reviers, 1927. 

Holding Institutions

L, PSt

Author Note

Scottish female author (1855-1905).

Full Text

1890 Dixie, Lady Florence [Caroline] (1855-1905). Gloriana; or, The Revolution of 1900. London: Henry and Company. U.S. ed. New York: Standard Publishing Co., 1892 (CaSt). There is a brief “An American Introduction” (xiii-xiv) to the U.S. ed. by George Noyes Miller, author of The Strike of a Sex (1890). Repub. under the title The New Woman, or The Revolution of 1900. New York: Holland Publishing Co., 1896. The New Woman does not contain the “Preface” (vii-x) or “Maremma’s Dream. Introduction to Gloriana; or, A Dream of the Revolution of 1900” (1-4). L, PSt

The novel is concerned with the struggle for women’s rights and includes a few pages (345-50) of a future eutopia in 1999 at the end. London countrified. Righteous government. Federated republic with an Imperial Assembly. No poverty. See also 1904 Dixie and her Aniwee; or, The Warrior Queen: A Tale of the Araucanian Indians and the Mythical Trauco People. London: Henry and Co., 1890, which is a children’s or young adult lost race novel with minor elements of a feminist utopia and includes character from her The Young Castaways. London: John F. Shaw, 1890; rpt. as The Two Castaways. London: John F. Shaw, [1902]; rpt. London: Alston Reviers, 1927 (L, PSt). Scottish female author.