Confound Their Politics

TitleConfound Their Politics
Year for Search1934
AuthorsLlewellyn, [David William] Alun(1903-87/88)
Tertiary AuthorsLlewellyn, Alun
Date Published1934
PublisherGeorge Bell & Sons
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Satire on contemporary politics by describing a number of imaginary countries. The main foci of criticism are nationalism, the idea that humans are economical determined, the idea that dictatorship is better than democracy, and the rejection of internationalism.

Holding Institutions

DLC

Author Note

The English author (1903-87/88) died in Dublin.

Full Text

1934 Llewellyn, [David William] Alun (1903-87/88). Confound Their Politics. London: George Bell & Sons. DLC

Satire on contemporary politics by describing a number of imaginary countries. The main foci of criticism are nationalism, the idea that humans are economical determined, the idea that dictatorship is better than democracy, and the rejection of internationalism. The English author died in Dublin.