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Hartmann The Anarchist; Or, The Doom Of The Great City

By: E. Douglas Fawcett
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Hartmann, the Anarchist" is a concept-frightening novel authored by means of E. Douglas Fawcett. This novel takes readers on a philosophical adventure into the thoughts of the titular character, Hartmann, who embodies the complex beliefs and contradictions of anarchism throughout the late nineteenth century. Set in a tumultuous length of political and social upheaval, the tale follows Hartmann, a passionate and idealistic anarchist, as he navigates the ideological battleground of his technology. Fawcett delves deep into the psyche of his protagonist, exploring Hartmann's internal struggles, his dedication to revolutionary ideals, and the moral dilemmas he faces as he grapples with the consequences of his moves. The novel offers a rich tapestry of political and philosophical discourse, showcasing Fawcett's intellectual prowess and his capability to interact readers in a talk about the ethics and consequences of radicalism. Through Hartmann's person, the writer examines the wider themes of freedom, justice, and the human situation. E. Douglas Fawcett's "Hartmann, the Anarchist" stays a vast work inside the canon of anarchist literature, provoking readers to ponder the complexities of modern idea and the moral implications of challenging hooked up authority.

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E. Douglas Fawcett

Edward Douglas Fawcett (11 April 1866 – 14 April 1960) was a novelist, philosopher, and mountaineer from England. Edward Douglas Fawcett was born on April 11, 1866 in Hove, Sussex. He was the older brother of explorer Percy Fawcett and the eldest son of Edward Fawcett, an equerry to the Prince of Wales (King Edward VII). He attended Newton Abbot College in Devon and was a Queen's Scholar at Westminster School beginning in 1880. Fawcett became a Buddhist after taking the pansil (the lay follower pledge to the Five Precepts) in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) with Henry Steel Olcott in January 1890. He was a friend of Russian magician Helena Blavatsky, the founder of the esoteric religious movement Theosophy. He helped her with her writing and assembling quotations from scientific books for The Secret Doctrine, particularly the sections of the second volume on evolutionary ideas. Fawcett joined the editorial team of The Theosophist, the Theosophical Society's monthly periodical, and wrote letters for the magazine Lucifer.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 96Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359325090
  • ISBN-13:9789359325095
  • Item Weight: 144g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 5.74mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Literary Criticism / Science Fiction & Fantasy