Fragments of the History of Bawlfredonia: Containing an Account of the Discovery and Settlement, of that Great Southern Continent; and of the Formation and Progress of the Bawlfredonian Commonwealth. By Herman Thwackius. Translated from the original Bawlfredonian Manuscript, into the French language, by Monsieur Traducteur and Rendered into English, by a citizen of America

TitleFragments of the History of Bawlfredonia: Containing an Account of the Discovery and Settlement, of that Great Southern Continent; and of the Formation and Progress of the Bawlfredonian Commonwealth. By Herman Thwackius. Translated from the original Bawlfredonian Manuscript, into the French language, by Monsieur Traducteur and Rendered into English, by a citizen of America
Year for Search1819
Authors[Clopper], [Jonas]
Tertiary AuthorsThwackius, Herman [pseud.]
Date Published1819
PublisherPtd. for the American Booksellers
Place Published[Baltimore, MD?]
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Satire on American history using the utopian form. Anti-democratic with particularly strong attacks on Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826). Caricatures both Yankees and Southerners. Disapproves of Stinkum-Puff (tobacco).

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as Bawlfredonia. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Literature House/Gregg Press, 1969.

Pseudonym

By Herman Thwackius [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

L, PSt, W1,551

Full Text

1819 [Clopper, Jonas]. Fragments of the History of Bawlfredonia: Containing an Account of the Discovery and Settlement, of that Great Southern Continent; and of the Formation and Progress of the Bawlfredonian Commonwealth. By Herman Thwackius [pseud.]. Translated from the original Bawlfredonian Manuscript, into the French language, by Monsieur Traducteur and Rendered into English, by a citizen of America. [Baltimore, MD?]: Ptd. for the American Booksellers. Rpt. as Bawlfredonia. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Literature House/Gregg Press, 1969. L, PSt, W1,551

Satire on American history using the utopian form. Anti-democratic with particularly strong attacks on Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826). Caricatures both Yankees and Southerners. Disapproves of Stinkum-Puff (tobacco).