Entry updated 12 September 2022. Tagged: Author.
(1854-1922) UK author (in his early career) who later became a naval historian (partly for reasons of social prestige). He is the author of a Lost Race tale, Kophetua the Thirteenth (1889 2vols), which describes the ancient Christian kingdom of Oneiria, a Utopia founded in Africa by an Englishman; notably, this utopia, based on a reform of Money, contains within it a Dystopian enclave, where those unfit for the higher life are relegated. [JC]
Sir Julian Stafford Corbett
born London: 12 November 1854
died Pulborough, Sussex: 21 September 1922
- The Fall of Asgard: A Tale of St Olaf's Day (London: Macmillan and Co, 1886) [published in two volumes: hb/]
- Kophetua the Thirteenth (London: Macmillan and Co, 1889) [published in two volumes: hb/]
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