Paradise Found or The Superman Found Out in Three Acts

TitleParadise Found or The Superman Found Out in Three Acts
Year for Search1915
AuthorsUpward, Allen (1863-1926)
Date Published1915
PublisherHoughton Mifflin
Place PublishedBoston, MA
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Dystopian satire in which two hundred years in the future, George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) awakes in a world based on a misreading of his ideas. The British Empire has collapsed, and England is under a corrupt Indian Empire. Canada is part of the U. S. Australia is controlled by Aborigines. South African natives are cannibals. In England, doctors are in power but the entire system is corrupt.

Title Note

Jacket title as reported by Cambridge University Library–The adventures of Bernard Shaw in a Shavian world. George Locke lists an acting edition, probably never published, with the title Paradise Found or The Superman Found OutA Joke at Everybody’s Expense in Three Acts. By Saint George [pseud.].

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Author Note

(1863-1926)

Full Text

1915 Upward, Allen (1863-1926). Paradise Found or The Superman Found Out in Three Acts. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin. [Jacket title as reported by Cambridge University Library–The adventures of Bernard Shaw in a Shavian world]. The bookseller George Locke lists an acting edition, probably never published, with the title Paradise Found or The Superman Found Out. A Joke at Everybody’s Expense in Three Acts. By Saint George [pseud.]. MoU-St

Dystopian satire in which two hundred years in the future, George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) awakes in a world based on a misreading of his ideas. The British Empire has collapsed, and England is under a corrupt Indian Empire. Canada is part of the U. S. Australia is controlled by Aborigines. South African natives are cannibals. In England, doctors are in power and the entire system is corrupt. U. K. author.