The Last Man by Jean-Baptiste Francois Xavier Cousin de Grainville
(Early Classics of Science Fiction)

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New English translation of this "demise of the human race" story.
 

About Jean-Baptiste Francois Xavier Cousin de Grainville

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Clarke was a Lecturer in English in a College of Education.
 
Published January 15, 2003 by Wesleyan. 220 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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One passage describing a transatlantic journey in magnificent airships soars triumphantly, but the author’s vision of the future is otherwise fuzzily imagined and filtered through an overwrought Romantic mindset that ascribes exclamation marks and impassioned sighs to more actions than not.

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As part of its Early Classics of Science Fiction series, Wesleyan presents The Last Man, first published in 1805 by Jean-Baptiste Francois Xavier Cousin de Grainville (1746-1805), in a new translation by I.F.

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As part of its Early Classics of Science Fiction series, Wesleyan presents The Last Man, first published in 1805 by Jean-Baptiste Francois Xavier Cousin de Grainville (1746-1805), in a new translation by I.F.

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