Hartmann the Anarchist, or the Doom of a Great City

Edward Douglas FAWCETT (1866 - 1960)

A gem of nineteenth-century science fiction from mountaineer, philosopher and occasional novelist, Edward Douglas Fawcett. Stanley, a wealthy young socialist, is firmly opposed to revolution. But he finds himself on board the Attila, a coal-fired aeronef invented by the notorious anarchist Rudolph Hartmann, embroiled in a plot to bombard London from the air. Hartmann the Anarchist was republished, in part, in 1971 in the final issue of Forgotten Fantasy magazine, a forerunner to the celebrated Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy book series.

Genre(s): Science Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Dark Hints Phil Benson
00:22:49
Play 02 The 'Shadow' of Hartmann Phil Benson
00:22:02
Play 03 A Mother's Troubles Phil Benson
00:12:38
Play 04 Fugitives from the Law Phil Benson
00:11:49
Play 05 A Strange Awakening Phil Benson
00:15:24
Play 06 On the Deck of the 'Attila' Phil Benson
00:11:55
Play 07 The Captain of the 'Attila' Phil Benson
00:21:19
Play 08 A Strange Voyage Phil Benson
00:13:45
Play 09 In at the Death Phil Benson
00:17:34
Play 10 The First Blow Phil Benson
00:14:17
Play 11 A Tempest of Dynamite Phil Benson
00:20:44
Play 12 How I Left the 'Attila' Phil Benson
00:13:05
Play 13 In the Streets of the Burning City Phil Benson
00:09:40
Play 14 A Nocturnal Ride Phil Benson
00:09:01
Play 15 The Morrow of the Disasters Phil Benson
00:18:29
Play 16 The Last of the 'Attila' Phil Benson
00:14:05