Sancho's Golden Age

TitleSancho's Golden Age
Year for Search2004
AuthorsChapman, Robin [John](b. 1933)
Date Published2004
PublisherAris & Phillips
Place PublishedOxford, Eng.
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Satire in which the plan of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza to re-establish the Age of Gold is attempted by Sancho. The middle volume of a trilogy between the Duchess’s Diary. London : Boudicca Books of Battersea, 1980; rpt. London: Faber and Faber, 1985; and Oxford, Eng.: Aris & Phillips, and Pasamonte’s Life. Oxford, Eng.: Aris & Phillips, 2008.  Neither of the other volumes are utopian.

Title Note

The half title page adds A sequel to Don Quixote’s history.

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Author Note

(b. 1933)

Full Text

2004 Chapman, Robin [John] (b. 1933). Sancho’s Golden Age [The half title page adds A sequel to Don Quixote’s history]. Oxford, Eng.: Aris & Phillips. L

Satire in which the plan of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza to re-establish the Age of Gold is attempted by Sancho. The middle volume of a trilogy between the Duchess’s Diary. London : Boudicca Books of Battersea, 1980; rpt. London: Faber and Faber, 1985; and Oxford, Eng.: Aris & Phillips, and Pasamonte’s Life. Oxford, Eng.: Aris & Phillips, 2008.  Neither of the other volumes are utopian.