The Shaving of Karl Marx; An Instant Novel of Ideas, After the Manner of Thomas Love Peacock, in which Lenin and H.G. Wells talk about the Political Meaning of the Scientific Romances

TitleThe Shaving of Karl Marx; An Instant Novel of Ideas, After the Manner of Thomas Love Peacock, in which Lenin and H.G. Wells talk about the Political Meaning of the Scientific Romances
Year for Search1982
AuthorsStover, Leon [Eugene](1929-2006)
Date Published1982
PublisherThe Chiron Press
Place PublishedLake Forest, IL
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Novel presenting perceived similarities between H. G. Wells (1866-1946) and Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924). Discusses Wells’s dystopias The Time Machine (1895) and The First Men in the Moon (1901) among others.

Author Note

(1929-2006)

Full Text

1982 Stover, Leon [Eugene] (1929-2006). The Shaving of Karl Marx; An Instant Novel of Ideas, After the Manner of Thomas Love Peacock, in which Lenin and H. G. Wells talk about the Political Meaning of the Scientific Romances. Lake Forest, IL: The Chiron Press.

Novel presenting perceived similarities between H. G. Wells (1866-1946) and Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924). Discusses Wells’s dystopias The Time Machine (1895) and The First Men in the Moon (1901) among others.