3 edition of Richard Jefferies" London found in the catalog.
Richard Jefferies" London
Essays selected from the author"s works. cf. p. 15.
|Statement||edited, with an introduction and notes, by Samuel J. Looker; illustrations specially drawn by E. E. Briscoe.|
|Contributions||Looker, Samuel J. 1888-1965, ed., Briscoe, Ernest Edward, 1882- illus.|
|LC Classifications||DA683 .J53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||44009309|
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After London is a classic science fiction novel by Richard Jefferies. After some sudden and unspecified catastrophe has depopulated England, the countryside reverts to nature, and the few survivors to a quasi-medieval way of life. Beginning with a loving description of nature reclaiming England. View the profiles of people named Richard Jefferies. Join Facebook to connect with Richard Jefferies and others you may know. Facebook gives people the.
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2 - stars I would classify Richard Jefferies’ _After London_ as part of a somewhat obscure subset of post-apocalyptic fiction I like to call ‘post-apocalyptic pastoral’ along with books like Edgar Pangborn’s Davy, Richard Cowper’s The Road to Corlay, and John Crowley’s Engine the norm with post-apocalyptic fiction the world is not dominated by a radioactive /5.
One hundred twenty-five years before the TV series "Life After People", there was Richard Jefferies and "After London". Jefferies was a naturalist. His autobiography, "The Story of my Heart", has an almost mystical quality to it as he enthuses over /5(42). After London is set after some great cataclysmic event (an unspecified environmental disaster, such as a flood) that has destroyed the industrial Victorian London that Richard Jefferies with The Time Machine, the landscape (especially for a nature-lover like Jefferies) appears utopian while the people mark this future world out as a dystopia: although the chimneys and factories.
A scholarly edition of a significant and exciting late Victorian science fiction novel. Richard Jefferies’ After London is uncanny and intriguing, an adventure story, quest romance, dystopia, and Darwinian novel rolled into one, but also a pioneering work Richard Jefferies London book Victorian science fiction.
Imagining a mysterious natural catastrophe that plunges its people into a barbaric future, Jefferies. The Books of Richard Jefferies Buy old copies from us, or download for free We sell old (and sometimes new) copies of most of Jefferies' books at the museum, so please get in touch if there is something you particularly want.
of Richard Jefferies "There are few books, and still fewer to read them; and these all in manuscript, for though the way to print is not lost, it is not employed since no one wants books." From After London by Richard Jefferies.
Jefferies's writings includes a diversity of genres and topics, including Bevis (), a classic children's book, and After London (), an early work of science fiction.
For much of his adult life, he suffered from tuberculosis, and his struggles with the illness and with poverty also play a role in his writing. Richard Jefferies’s book, After London, is often described as a post-apocalyptic novel, but readers who approach this work with expectations of visionary science fiction are likely to be disappointed.
The story is told by a third person narrator who exists presumably centuries in the future/5(46). Books By Richard Jefferies All The Rise of Maximin embodies the hopes and aspirations of the young Jefferies, and is a forerunner to After London (). The book illustrates Jefferies’ breadth of historical knowledge – particularly the Roman period – and his insights into the intricacies of war.
Richard Jefferies Society United Kingdom The Richard Jefferies Society was established in and has members in all parts of the world. It is a registered charity (no. ) managed by an Executive Council of volunteers. The Objects of the Society are:  To promote interest in, and respect for the life and works of Richard Jefferies.
Jefferies, Richard. After London; or, Wild England. London: Duckworth & Co, First published by Cassell and Company. “It became green everywhere in the first spring, after London ended.” So begins Richard Jefferies’s After London, an early example of what we would today call the “eco-apocalyptic” novel.
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Richard Jefferies’ After London is uncanny and intriguing, an adventure story, quest romance, dystopia, and Darwinian novel rolled into one, but also a pioneering work of Victorian science ing a mysterious natural catastrophe that plunges its people into a barbaric future, Jefferies /5(7).
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Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Jefferies, Richard, Title. Much of the book appears to be setup for a story that doesn't really begin to flesh out until quite near the end. At which point, the hero walks into the sunset, leaving practically all the issues unresolved.
I imagine this abrupt ending was deliberate, adding to the timelessness of the story, but even so, the book leaves the reader in the lurch.4/5(7).
John Richard Jefferies (6 November - 14 August ) was an English nature writer, noted for his depiction of English rural life in essays, books of natural history, and novels. (), a classic children's book, and After London (), an early work of science fiction.
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(John) Richard Jefferies () is best known for his prolific and sensitive writing on natural history, rural life and agriculture in late Victorian England. However, a closer examination of his career reveals a many-sided author who was something of an enigma.4/5(10).
This sci-fi classic depicts a London destroyed by a cataclysmic event, with the remnants of England's population beginning a primitive society in the countryside. With a background in studying the rural regions of England, professional naturalist turned novelist Richard Jefferies took to authoring a story that imagined a world in which nature.
That’s the opening of Richard Jefferies’s novel, “After London.” In it, we learn that “the passage of an enormous dark body through space” has tilted the Earth’s axis, altered. John Richard Jefferies (6 November - 14 August ) was an English nature writer, noted for his depiction of English rural life in essays, books of natural history, and novels.
His childhood on a small Wiltshire farm had a great influence on him and provides the background to all his major works of : Looking for books by Richard Jefferies? See all books authored by Richard Jefferies, including The Story of My Heart: My Autobiography, and After London: or, Wild England, and more on