The Mummy! A Tale of the Twenty-second Century

TitleThe Mummy! A Tale of the Twenty-second Century
Year for Search1827
Authors[Webb], [Jane](1807-58)
Volume / Edition3 vols.
Date Published1827
PublisherHenry Colburn
Place PublishedLondon
ISBN Number978-1911204954
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author
Annotation

Eutopia and satire. Much technical advancement. Female absolute monarch. The Roman Catholic church is the established church. Universal education has led to simple speaking by the upper classes and affected speech by the lower classes.

Additional Publishers

2nd ed. as by Mrs. Loudon. London: Henry Colburn, 1828. Another ed. as by Mrs. Loudon. London: Frederick Warne, [1872]. Another ed. as by Jane (Webb) Loudon abr. by Alan Rauch. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994. Critical ed. as by Jane Webb Loudon. Ed. Nickianne Moody and Andy Sawyer. Brighton, Eng.: EER/Edward Everett Root Publishers, [2022], with “A Note on the Text” (vii), “Preface: ‘A Strange, Wild Novel’: Jane Webb Loudon and The Mummy!” By Nickianne Moody and Andy Sawyer (viii-xix), “Endnotes” (336-49), “Sources of The Mummy: An encyclopedia of the future” (352-60), “Textual Change (361-424), and “John Claudius Loudon’s review of The Mummy!” (424-36). © 2021 but published March 2022.

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Author Note

The author's name is sometimes given as Mrs. John Claudius Loudon (1807-58).

Full Text

1827 [Webb, Jane] (1807-58). The Mummy! A Tale of the Twenty-second Century. 3 vols. London: Henry Colburn. 2nd ed. as by Mrs. Loudon. London: Henry Colburn, 1828. Another ed. as by Mrs. Loudon. London: Frederick Warne, [1872]. Another ed. as by Jane (Webb) Loudon abr. by Alan Rauch. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994. Critical ed. as by Jane Webb Loudon. Ed. Nickianne Moody and Andy Sawyer. Brighton, Eng.: EER/Edward Everett Root Publishers, [2022], with “A Note on the Text” (vii), “Preface: ‘A Strange, Wild Novel’: Jane Webb Loudon and The Mummy!” By Nickianne Moody and Andy Sawyer (viii-xix), “Endnotes” (336-49), “Sources of The Mummy: An encyclopedia of the future” (352-60), “Textual Change (361-424), and “John Claudius Loudon’s review of The Mummy!” (424-36). © 2021 but published March 2022. The author’s name is sometimes given as Mrs. John Claudius Loudon. L

Eutopia and satire. Much technical advancement. Female absolute monarch. The Roman Catholic church is the established church. Universal education has led to simple speaking by the upper classes and affected speech by the lower classes. Female author.