The Year of Miracle; A Tale of the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred

TitleThe Year of Miracle; A Tale of the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred
Year for Search1891
AuthorsHume, Fergus[on Wright](1859-1932)
Date Published[1891]
PublisherGeorge Routledge and Sons
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author, New Zealand author
Annotation

A plague is deliberately introduced into the world and decimates the population. But after the plague passes, there is a very brief depiction of the better world that has become possible based on the reduced population and the elimination of the poor, who were most affected by the plague. 

Author Note

Hathi, L

Full Text

 [1891] Hume, Fergus[on Wright] (1859-1932). The Year of Miracle; A Tale of the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred. London: George Routledge and Sons. Hathi, L

A plague is deliberately introduced into the world and decimates the population. But after the plague passes, there is a very brief depiction of the better world that has become possible based on the reduced population and the elimination of the poor, who were most affected by the plague. The author was born and lived mostly in England, but he identified himself as a New Zealander, where he lived from age three to 1885, attending Otago Boy’s High School and the University of Otago. He then lived in Australia until 1888, when he returned to England.