WEFOUNDEMPEROR OF EVERYTHING (The Emancipator, Book 2)


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Spinrad was intent on demonstrating just how close Joseph Campbell 's hero with a thousand faces and much science fiction and fantasy literature can be to the racist ideology of Nazi Germany . [1] The nested narrative is followed by a faux scholarly analysis by a fictional literary critic, Homer Whipple, of New York University , which is said to have been written in 1959.

Spinrad has said that the original version of the novel was 70,000 words long, but that his editor requested he add an extra 10,000 words "to justify the advance and the cover price they wanted to put on it." [2]

Lord of the Swastika is lauded for its qualities as a great work of heroic fantasy . To further hammer the point, in an early edition, actual science fiction writers wrote faux sincere "admiring" blurbs for Spinrad for the novel's back cover blurbs, praising "Hitler's" writing skills. Irony abounds in Whipple's review, as he argues author Hitler is obviously wrong in assuming that not much more than midnight rallies and phallic symbolism would create a large number of supporters for a movement. [4] "After all", Dr. Whipple says, " it can't happen here ." [5]

From: Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
Volume 64, Number 3, November 2010
p. 137 | 10.1353/bcc.2010.0206

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Coco Chanel: Pearls, Perfume, and the Little Black Dress by Susan Goldman Rubin (review)

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Spinrad was intent on demonstrating just how close Joseph Campbell 's hero with a thousand faces and much science fiction and fantasy literature can be to the racist ideology of Nazi Germany . [1] The nested narrative is followed by a faux scholarly analysis by a fictional literary critic, Homer Whipple, of New York University , which is said to have been written in 1959.

Spinrad has said that the original version of the novel was 70,000 words long, but that his editor requested he add an extra 10,000 words "to justify the advance and the cover price they wanted to put on it." [2]

Lord of the Swastika is lauded for its qualities as a great work of heroic fantasy . To further hammer the point, in an early edition, actual science fiction writers wrote faux sincere "admiring" blurbs for Spinrad for the novel's back cover blurbs, praising "Hitler's" writing skills. Irony abounds in Whipple's review, as he argues author Hitler is obviously wrong in assuming that not much more than midnight rallies and phallic symbolism would create a large number of supporters for a movement. [4] "After all", Dr. Whipple says, " it can't happen here ." [5]

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Spinrad was intent on demonstrating just how close Joseph Campbell 's hero with a thousand faces and much science fiction and fantasy literature can be to the racist ideology of Nazi Germany . [1] The nested narrative is followed by a faux scholarly analysis by a fictional literary critic, Homer Whipple, of New York University , which is said to have been written in 1959.

Spinrad has said that the original version of the novel was 70,000 words long, but that his editor requested he add an extra 10,000 words "to justify the advance and the cover price they wanted to put on it." [2]

Lord of the Swastika is lauded for its qualities as a great work of heroic fantasy . To further hammer the point, in an early edition, actual science fiction writers wrote faux sincere "admiring" blurbs for Spinrad for the novel's back cover blurbs, praising "Hitler's" writing skills. Irony abounds in Whipple's review, as he argues author Hitler is obviously wrong in assuming that not much more than midnight rallies and phallic symbolism would create a large number of supporters for a movement. [4] "After all", Dr. Whipple says, " it can't happen here ." [5]

From: Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
Volume 64, Number 3, November 2010
p. 137 | 10.1353/bcc.2010.0206

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Coco Chanel: Pearls, Perfume, and the Little Black Dress by Susan Goldman Rubin (review)


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