Star of the Morning; A Chronicle of Karyl the Great and the Revolt of 1920-22

TitleStar of the Morning; A Chronicle of Karyl the Great and the Revolt of 1920-22
Year for Search1906
Tertiary AuthorsAuthor of The Truth About Man [pseud.]
Date Published1906
PublisherThomas Burleigh
Place PublishedLondon
Annotation

Almost entirely a romance of the revolt of 1920-22 in which Karyl, a woman, becomes ruler. But at the end a list of thirty reforms is given (213-22). These include the reform of Parliament, reformed education, including equality for women in higher education, a tax on bachelors, high taxes on the rich, and regulation of wages. The Truth About Man. London: Hutchinson, 1905 is By A Spinster [pseud.] Illustrated by facts from her own personal history.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in British Future Fiction. Ed. I. F. Clarke. 8 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2001), 5: 7-252.

Pseudonym

By the Author of The Truth About Man [pseud.]

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Full Text

1906 Star of the Morning; A Chronicle of Karyl the Great and the Revolt of 1920-22. By the Author of The Truth About Man [pseud.]. London: Thomas Burleigh. Rpt. in British Future Fiction. Ed. I. F. Clarke. 8 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2001), 5: 7-252. L

Almost entirely a romance of the revolt of 1920-22 in which Karyl, a woman, becomes ruler. But at the end a list of thirty reforms is given (213-22). These include the reform of Parliament, reformed education, including equality for women in higher education, a tax on bachelors, high taxes on the rich, and regulation of wages. The Truth About Man London: Hutchinson, 1905 is By A Spinster [pseud.] Illustrated by facts from her own personal history.