The Yorl of the Northmen; or, the Fate of the English Race; Being the Romance of a Monarchical Utopia

TitleThe Yorl of the Northmen; or, the Fate of the English Race; Being the Romance of a Monarchical Utopia
Year for Search1892
Authors[Armstrong], [Charles Wicksteed](1871-1959?)
Tertiary AuthorsStrongi'th'arm, Charles [pseud.]
Date Published1892
PublisherReeves and Turner
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author
Annotation

Feudal eutopia brought about through eugenics. Cottage industries but a few factories are allowed under strict health regulations. Traditional gender roles. See also 1936 Armstrong; his The Only Way: A Suggestion as to the True Solution to the Problems of Over-population, Degeneration, Unemployment and the Menace of War. London: Edgar G. Dunstan, [1921?]; and his “A Eugenic Colony: A Proposal for South America.” The Eugenics Review 25.2 (n.s. 6.2) (July 1933): 91-97.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Late Victorian Utopias: A Prospectus. Ed. Gregory Claeys. 6 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009), 3: 317-389. Editor's notes, 315, 399-400.

Pseudonym

Charles Strongi'th'arm [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

L, O, PSt

Author Note

English author (1871-1959?) who spent many years in South America and appears to have died there.

Full Text

1892 [Armstrong, Charles Wicksteed] (1871-1959?). The Yorl of the Northmen; or, the Fate of the English Race; Being the Romance of a Monarchical Utopia. By Charles Strongi’th’arm [pseud.]. London: Reeves and Turner. Rpt. in Late Victorian Utopias: A Prospectus. Ed. Gregory Claeys. 6 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009), 3: 317-389. Editor’s notes, 315, 399-400. L, O, PSt

Feudal eutopia brought about through eugenics. Cottage industries but a few factories are allowed under strict health regulations. Traditional gender roles. See also 1936 Armstrong; his The Only Way: A Suggestion as to the True Solution to the Problems of Over-population, Degeneration, Unemployment and the Menace of War. London: Edgar G. Dunstan, [1921?]; and his “A Eugenic Colony: A Proposal for South America.” The Eugenics Review 25.2 (n.s. 6.2) (July 1933): 91-97. English author who spent many years in South America and appears to have died there.