"A Londoner's Dream on Returning from Petrograd"

Title"A Londoner's Dream on Returning from Petrograd"
Year for Search1919
AuthorsCournos, John(1881-1966).
Secondary TitleThe Nineteenth Century and After
Volume / Edition85
Pagination383-94
Date PublishedFebruary 1919
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author, Russian author, US author
Annotation

Anti-communist dystopia. The author was born in Russia and lived in the US from age ten, except for 1912-30, which he spent in England. The author contends that this is factual rather than fictional.

Additional Publishers

Repub. as London Under the Bolsheviks: A Londoner’s Dream on Returning from Petrograd. London: Russian Liberation Committee. No 4 of Russian Liberation Committee Publications, 1919.

Holding Institutions

DLC

Author Note

The author (1881-1966) was born Ivan Gregorievich Korshun, although he used Johann rather than Ivan, in Russia and moved to England in 1912, and then later to the U. S.

Full Text

1919 Cournos, John (1881-1966). “A Londoner’s Dream on Returning from Petrograd.” The Nineteenth Century and After (London) 85 (February 1919): 383-94. Repub. as London Under the Bolsheviks: A Londoner’s Dream on Returning from Petrograd. London: Russian Liberation Committee. No 4 of Russian Liberation Committee Publications, 1919. DLC

Anti-communist dystopia. The author was born in Russia and lived in the US from age ten, except for 1912-30, which he spent in England. The author contends that this is factual rather than fictional. The author contends that this is factual rather than fictional. The author was born Ivan Gregorievich Korshun, although he used Johann rather than Ivan, in Russia and moved to England in 1912, and then later to the U. S.