Mr. Jonnemacher's Machine. The Port to which we drifted

TitleMr. Jonnemacher's Machine. The Port to which we drifted
Year for Search1898
Authors[Reynolds], [Walter Doty](b. 1860)
Tertiary AuthorsLord Prime, Esq. Librarian to the State Library of Pennsylvania, A.D. MMXVI, [pseud.]
Date Published1898
PublisherKnickerbocker Book Company
Place PublishedPhiladelphia, PA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Dystopia in which machines put people out of work and only benefit the wealthy. Corrupt political system. Revolution. The book is written as if from a future eutopia, which is only alluded to in the preface and in the last chapter. In the eutopia machinery is used for the benefit of all under an honest political system.

Pseudonym

Lord Prime, Esq.  Librarian to the State Library of Pennsylvania, A. D. MMXVI [pseud.].

Holding Institutions

PSt, W3,4524

Author Note

(b. 1860)

Full Text

1898 [Reynolds, Walter Doty] (b. 1860). Mr. Jonnemacher’s Machine. The Port to which we drifted. By Lord Prime, Esq. Librarian to the State Library of Pennsylvania, A. D. MMXVI [pseud.]. Philadelphia, PA: Knickerbocker Book Company. PSt, W3,4524

Dystopia in which machines put people out of work and only benefit the wealthy. Corrupt political system. Revolution. The book is written as if from a future eutopia, which is only alluded to in the preface and in the last chapter. In the eutopia machinery is used for the benefit of all under an honest political system.