Etidorhpa or The End of the Earth. The Strange History of a Mysterious Being and The Account of a Remarkable Journey as Communicated in Manuscript to Llewellyn Drury Who Promised to Print the Same, But Finally Evaded the Responsibility Which was Assumed by John Uri Lloyd

TitleEtidorhpa or The End of the Earth. The Strange History of a Mysterious Being and The Account of a Remarkable Journey as Communicated in Manuscript to Llewellyn Drury Who Promised to Print the Same, But Finally Evaded the Responsibility Which was Assumed by John Uri Lloyd
Year for Search1895
AuthorsLloyd, John Uri(1849-1936)
Date Published1895
PublisherPub. by John Uri Lloyd
Place PublishedCincinnati, OH
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Occult novel of a trip through the underworld. Etidorhpa is Aphrodite spelled backwards. Borderline but included by both Arthur O. Lewis, Utopian Literature in The Pennsylvania State University Libraries: A Selected Bibliography (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Libraries, 1984) 113; and Glenn Negley, Utopian Literature: A Bibliography with A Supplementary Listing of Works Influential in Utopian Thought (Lawrence: Regents Press of Kansas, 1978), 85-86. According to Negley some editions have Etidorpha.

Additional Publishers

2nd ed. Cincinnati, OH: Robert Clarke Co., 1896. 11th ed. rev. and enl. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1901. Rpt. as part of the series Inspired Novels, no. A-3 (Summer 1962) Mundelin, IL: Palmer Publications, 1962, and Albuquerque, NM: Sun Publishing Co., 1976. This ed. rpt. New York: Pocket Books, 1978

Title Note

According to Negley some editions have Etidorpha.

Holding Institutions

MoU-St, NcD, PSt

Author Note

(1849-1936)

Full Text

1895 Lloyd, John Uri (1849-1936). Etidorhpa or The End of the Earth. The Strange History of a Mysterious Being and The Account of a Remarkable Journey as Communicated in Manuscript to Llewellyn Drury Who Promised to Print the Same, But Finally Evaded the Responsibility Which was Assumed by John Uri Lloyd. Cincinnati, OH: Pub. by John Uri Lloyd. 2nd ed. Cincinnati, OH: Robert Clarke Co., 1896. 11th ed. rev. and enl. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1901. Rpt. as part of the series Inspired Novels, no. A-3 (Summer 1962) Mundelin, IL: Palmer Publications, 1962, and Albuquerque, NM: Sun Publishing Co., 1976. This ed. rpt. New York: Pocket Books, 1978. MoU-St, NcD, PSt

Occult novel of a trip through the underworld. Etidorhpa is Aphrodite spelled backwards. Borderline but included by both Arthur O. Lewis, Utopian Literature in The Pennsylvania State University Libraries: A Selected Bibliography (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Libraries, 1984) 113; and Glenn Negley, Utopian Literature: A Bibliography with A Supplementary Listing of Works Influential in Utopian Thought (Lawrence: Regents Press of Kansas, 1978), 85-86. According to Negley some editions have Etidorpha.