"How the House of Commons became a Cycling School"

Title"How the House of Commons became a Cycling School"
Year for Search1899
AuthorsEscott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet](1844-1924)
Tertiary AuthorsEscott, T. H. S.
Secondary TitleA Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction
Pagination154-64
Date Published1899
PublisherGreening & Co.
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Satire. The House of Commons is accepted as completely useless and votes itself out of existence.

Holding Institutions

L

Author Note

(1844-1924)

Full Text

1899 Escott, T[homas] H[ay] S[treet] (1844-1924). “How the House of Commons became a Cycling School.” In his A Trip to Paradoxia and Other Humours of the Hour. Being Contemporary Pictures of Social Fact and Political Fiction (London: Greening & Co., 1899), 154-64. L

Satire. The House of Commons is accepted as completely useless and votes itself out of existence.