What’s in a Name? Steampunk Before “Steam-punks” You may recall that last year here on the Journal we had ourselves a “30th birthday party” all of April in honor of the term “Steampunk.” I also had the great pleasure and … Continue reading What’s in a Name? Steampunk Before “Steampunk”
Time is running out! When the Cheshire Cat, the White Rabbit, and The Mad Hatter turn up at 221-B Baker Street to enlist the help of Sherlock Holmes in locating Alice who is missing from Wonderland, and Lewis Carroll himself who is … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Grinning Cat by Joseph W Svec III
After I published the article yesterday about the Victorian book Advice for Single Ladies by Haydn Brown I decided to see what else was available from the British Library Publishing Division.
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What is it about those Victorian Gentlemen that kept them so busy, doing so many things in their life that makes fast, modern day living look as though we’re going in slow motion like an animated Horse when looked at through the slits of a zoetrope? Steve Shepherdson investigates.
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