|Statement||by H. G. Wells ; assisted pcitorially by David Low|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
The Autocracy of Mr Parham - Kindle edition by Herbert George Wells. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Autocracy of Mr Parham. The Autocracy of Mr. Parham by H. G. Wells. Paperback $ Paperback. $ NOOK Book. $ View All Available Formats & Editions. Through books like The Invisible Man and War of the Worlds, he explored a wide variety of social, philosophical, and political ideas through the medium of what we now call science : Mr Parham is a traditional academic disappointed with the social trends of his time. Sir Bussy Woodcock is an intelligent but unrefined self-made millionaire. The pair happen to meet one day and form an unlikely relationship; Sir Bussy interested to learn something of culture and Mr Parham. The Autocracy of Mr. Parham is a novel by H. G. Wells. It was originally published in both Britain and America with illustrations by the British cartoonist Low (David Low). It was originally published in both Britain and America with illustrations by the British cartoonist Low (David Low).Author: H. G. Wells.
Mr Parnham is in a quandary. Sir Bussy Woodcock has invited him to a siance and Mr Parnham is more than a little keen to keep the acquaintance going - after all, the great financier might just be his ticket to fame and fortune. But to a siance? Damned silly nonsense all this medium business! Just at the point of giving up Sir Bussy once and for all, Mr Parnham has one final change of mind and 4/5(3). Mr Parham is a traditional academic disappointed with the social trends of his time. Sir Bussy Woodcock is an intelligent but unrefined self-made millionaire. The pair happen to meet one day and form an unlikely relationship; Sir Bussy interested to learn something of culture and Mr Parham looking for funding for a high-quality periodical. This is a first edition copy of this novel by H. G. Wells. The Autocracy of Mr Parham is a satirical political novel by H. G. Wells, which includes recognisable caricatures of contemporary politicians. Condition: In a cloth binding in original unclipped dustwrapper. For a time Mr. Parham was extremely coy about Sir Bussy Woodcock's. invitation to assist at a séance. Mr. Parham did not want to be drawn into this séance business. At the same. time he did not want to fall out of touch with Sir Bussy Woodcock. Sir Bussy Woodcock was one of .
Mr. Parham is a university don with solid right-wing convictions who dreams of finding a rich benefactor to finance a review he can edit. He thinks he has found such a man in Sir Bussy Woodcock, a "crude plutocrat" who makes money at anything to which he puts his hand. In an attempt to foster this acquaintance that goes on for six years, Mr. The Autocracy of Mr. Parham His Remarkable Adventures in This Changing World by H.G. Wells. The Autocracy of Mr. Parham, by H. G. Wells. Book the Fourth The Second World War. I The Big Guns Go Off. The Lord Paramount was able to give exactly fifty-three minutes of thought altogether to the threatened Canadian defection before he made a decision. There was one sustained stretch of rather under thirty minutes, before he got up on the. Mr. Parham is a university academic of the traditional, classical sort, very much a snob and unhappy with many of the social trends of the time. Sir Bussy Woodcock is a self-made millionaire of sharp.