2 edition of Hampdenshire wonder found in the catalog.
J. D. Beresford
First published 1911.
|Statement||J. D. Beresford ; [With an introduction by Walter de la Mare].|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||234|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Reprint of the ed. published by Sidgwick & Jackson, LondonPages: The Hampdenshire Wonder brings to mind classic episodes of old anthology shows. I enjoyed the setting, and I would say the downbeat ending definitely stays with you. In this was published in America under the title The Wonder. +++ FOR EIGHT ADDITIONAL EXAMPLES OF ANCIENT SCIENCE FICTION CLICK HERE.
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The Wonder is the shorted title from the original, The Hampdenshire Wonder, first published in It is one of the first science fiction novels describing a wunderkind. Victor Stott, the son of a famous cricket player, has a slight deformity accounting for his extraordinarily powerful brain/5.
Context. Beresford’s The Wonder is a relatively early Hampdenshire wonder book novel, published in It is Hampdenshire wonder book one of the first modern works to feature a young super-mutant character. It seems to have influenced the Odd John novel, which in turn was an important stepping stone toward material such as the Slans, the X-Men, etc.
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With that pronouncement Stott passes out of the history of the Hampdenshire Wonder. He was in many ways an exceptional man, and his name will always be associated with the splendid successes of Hampdenshire cricket, both before and after the accident that destroyed his career as a bowler.
Beresford (−) was an English author and book critic. The son of a clergyman, he was crippled by polio, an experience that profoundly influenced his work. He is best remembered today for his early science fiction novels, including The Wonder and The Riddle of the Tower/5(36).
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Learn More. The Hampdenshire Wonder is a science fiction novel by J. Beresford. It is one of the first novels to involve a wunderkind. The child in it, Victor Stott, is the son of a famous cricket player. This origin is perhaps a reference to H.G.
Wells's father Joseph Davys Beresford was Pages: Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. John Davys Beresford (17 March – 1 February ) was an English writer, now remembered for his early science fiction and some short stories in the horror story and ghost story genres.
Beresford was a great admirer of H.G. Wells, and wrote the first critical study of Wells in . Genre/Form: Science fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beresford, J.D. (John Davys), Hampdenshire wonder. New York: Garland Pub., “The Hampdenshire Wonder” is a science fiction novel by J.D.
Beresford. It is one of the first novels to involve a wunderkind. The child in it, Victor Stott, is the son of a famous cricket player. This origin is perhaps a reference to H.G. Wells's father Joseph Wells. The novel concerns his progress from infant to almost preternaturally brilliant child.
Victor Stott is subtly deformed. “The Hampdenshire Wonder” is a science fiction novel by J.D. Beresford. It is one of the first novels to involve a wunderkind. The child in it, Victor Stott, is the son of a famous cricket player.
This origin is perhaps a reference to H.G. Wells's father Joseph : My library’s edition of J. Beresford’s The Hampdenshire Wonder is part of The Garland Library of Science Fiction (“A collection of 45 works of science fiction selected by Lester del Rey”) but this novel about a big headed freak-child has more to do with cricket and philosophy than science fiction.
The narrator is a journalist writing a book about the son of a supremely. Find books like Wonder (Wonder, #1) from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Wonder (Wonder, #1) also liked: Smile, Hol.
Download The Hampdenshire Wonder free in PDF & EPUB format. Download J. Beresford's The Hampdenshire Wonder for your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile. and turned back to my book. I thought the child was a freak, an abnormality; and such things disgust me.
I returned to the study of my Bergson and read: "It is at the great and solemn. The Hampdenshire Wonder was not the first literary attempt to describe a being as far advanced above humankind as human beings are advanced above their apelike ancestors, but it was a significant.
Beresford was a great admirer of H. G. Wells, and wrote the first critical study of Wells in His Wellsian novel The Hampdenshire Wonder was a major influence on Olaf Stapledon. His other science-fiction novels include The Riddle of the Tower, about a dystopian, hive-like society. In this book: The Wonder, The Jervaise Comedy, Pages: This banner text can have markup.
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