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The holy terror
H. G. Wells
|Statement||H. G. Wells|
|LC Classifications||PR5774 .H7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||454|
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Wells that is in part an analysis of fascism and in part a utopian novel. Which presents itself as a biography of a character Rudolf "Rud" Whitlow, who is born with such an aggressive temperament that he is referred to as the "Holy Terror".Cited by: 9. In Holy Terror he's pushed back the boundaries of what can be achieved with such an approach much further than I can ever have imagined, both in the use of expansive blacks and the spontaneity with which it is executed.
It is a truly astonishing piece of work and Miller conveys more than is comfortable through the strident vigour of the line work/5(). The Holy Terror book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5(19). I chose to read Wells', rather short, non-fiction work “A New World Order” believing it might serve as a companion work to “Holy Terror” as it was published just a year later in I found it unfortunate that it was in this work, Wells' chose to write his thoughts on an ideal societal system in /5.
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