The Sound of His Horn

TitleThe Sound of His Horn
Year for Search1952
Authors[Wall], [John William](1910-89)
Tertiary AuthorsSarban [pseud.]
Date Published1952
PublisherPeter Davies
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Dystopia of the success of Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) and National Socialism one hundred and two years into the Reich. Breeding humans for blood sport.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his The Sound of His Horn and The King of the Lake (Horam, East Sussex, Eng.: Tartarus Press, 1999), 1-102 with an “Introduction” by an unidentified author (vii-xii).

Illustration

1999 ed. illus.

Pseudonym

“Sarban” [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

L, PSt

Author Note

On the author (1910-89), who was a diplomat, see Mark Valentine, Time, A Falconer: A Study of Sarban. [Carlton-in-Coverdale, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, Eng.]: Tartarus Press, 2010.

Full Text

1952 [Wall, John William] (1910-89). The Sound of His Horn. By “Sarban” [pseud.]. London: Peter Davies. Rpt. in his The Sound of His Horn and The King of the Lake. Illus. (Horam, East Sussex, Eng.: Tartarus Press, 1999), 1-102 with an “Introduction” by an unidentified author (vii-xii). L, PSt

Dystopia of the success of Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) and National Socialism one hundred and two years into the Reich. Breeding humans for blood sport. On the author, who was a diplomat, see Mark Valentine, Time, A Falconer: A Study of Sarban. [Carlton-in-Coverdale, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, Eng.]: Tartarus Press, 2010.