Academic Bibliography

Bibliography of Invasion, Future War and Spy Literature in the Victorian & Edwardian erasbooks_03

Secondary Sources – Articles

Castella, Tom de, “Arthur Conan Doyle’s Eerie Vision of the Future of War”, BBC Online http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-28954510.

Clarke, I. F., ‘The Battle of Dorking, 1871-1914’, Victorian Studies, Vol. 8, No. 4 (1965): 309-327.

Clarke, I. F., ‘Forecasts of Warfare in Fiction, 1803-1914’, Comparative Studies in Society & History, Vol. 10, No. 1 (1967): 1-27.

Clarke, I. F., ‘Before and after the Battle of Dorking’, Science Fiction Studies, Vol. 24, No. 1 [71] (1997): 33-46.

Clarke, I. F., ‘Future-War Fiction: The First Main Phase, 1871-1900’, Science Fiction Studies, Vol. 24, No. 3 (1997): 387-412.

Clarke, I. F., ‘Trigger-Happy: An Evolutionary Study of the Origins And’, Journal of Social & Evolutionary Systems, Vol. 20, No. 2 (1997): 117.

Clarke, I. F., ‘The Battle of Dorking: Second Thoughts’, Extrapolation (Kent State University Press), Vol. 40, (1999): 277-283.

Dunae, Patrick A., “Boys’ Literature and the Idea of Empire, 1870-1914”, 24, 105: Indiana University Press, 1980.

Gannon, Charles Edward. “Speculative Fiction: Literature of Political Transformation.” Ph.D., Fordham University, 1998.

Hughes, Michael; Wood, Harry, ‘Crimson Nightmares: Tales of Invasion and Fears of Revolution in Early Twentieth-Century Britain’, Contemporary British History., (2014).

Keep, C. J., ‘Fearful Domestication: Future-War Stories and the Organization of Consent, 1871-1914’, Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature, Vol. 23, No. 3 (1990): 1-16.

Kemp, Sandra; Mitchell, Charlotte; Trotter, David. Invasion Scare Stories The Oxford Companion to Edwardian Fiction: Oxford University Press, 2005, http://www.oxfordreference.com/10.1093/acref/9780198117605.001.0001/acref-9780198117605-e-629.

Marwick, Arthur, ‘Book Review – Edwardian Turn of Mind, Hynes’, Victorian Studies, No. 4 (1969): 471.

Matin, A. Michael, ‘The Creativity of War Planners: Armed Forces Professionals and the Pre-1914 British Invasion-Scare Genre’, Vol. 78, (2011): 801-831.

Matin, A. Michael, ‘Scrutinizing ‘the Battle of Dorking’: The Royal United Service Institution and the Mid-Victorian Invasion Controversy’, Victorian Literature and Culture, No. 2 (2011): 385.

McCatan, Edward F., “The Riddle of the Sands by Erskine Childers”, 15, 76-78, 1977.

McKay, Sinclair, ‘A Quantum of Respect for the Forgotten Master’, Spectator (00386952), Vol. 308, No. 9401 (2008): 24-24.

Nuttall, Chris, “Paranoid Fantasies: An Overview of Invasion Literature” http://alternatehistoryweeklyupdate.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/paranoid-fantasies-overview-of-invasion.html (accessed 21/06/2014 2014).

Paris, Michael, ‘Fear of Flying the Fiction of War 1886-1916’, History Today, Vol. 43, No. 6 (1993): 29.

Paris, Michael, ‘Boys’ Books and the Great War’, History Today, Vol. 50, No. 11 (2000): 44.

Reiss, Tom, ‘Imagining the Worst’, New Yorker, Vol. 81, No. 38 (2005): 106-114.

Reiss, T., ‘Life and Letters: Imagining the Worst the Novels That Foresaw Our World’, New Yorker, (2005): 106-115.

Ryan, W. Michael, ‘The Invasion Controversy of 1906-1908: Lieutenant-Colonel Charles À Court Repington and British Perceptions of the German Menace’, Military Affairs, Vol. 44, No. 1 (1980): 8-12.

Seed, David, ‘Erskine Childers and the German Peril’, German Life & Letters, Vol. 45, No. 1 (1992): 66-73.

Stafford, David, ‘John Buchan’s Tales of Espionage: A Popular Archive of British History’, Canadian Journal of History, Vol. 18, No. 1 (1983): 1.

Steer, Philip. “Greater Britain and the Imperial Outpost: The Australasian Origins of the Riddle of the Sands (1903).” 2009, 79.

Tiffen, Tea and, “Invasion Literature” http://kapitanmors.blogspot.co.uk/2011/03/invasion-literature.html (accessed 20/06 2014).

Wiel, Jérôme Aan de, ‘German Invasion and Spy Scares in Ireland, 1890s-1914: Between Fiction and Fact’, Etudes Irlandaises, Vol. 37, No. 1 (2012): 25-40.

Wilkinson, Glenn, ‘There Is No More Stirring Story”: The Press Depiction and Images of War During the Tibet Expedition 1903-1904’, War & Society, Vol. 9, No. 2 (1991): 1-16.

Wood, Harry, ‘Conservatism and the Radical Right in Edwardian Invasion-Scare Fiction’, (2013), https://www.academia.edu/2447653/Conservatism_and_the_Radical_Right_in_Edwardian_Invasion-scare_fiction [accessed 20/06/2014].

Secondary Sources – Theses

Brittenham, Rebecca L. “”England’s Danger”: Edwardian Configurations of Nation and National Identity.” Ph.D., Rutgers The State University of New Jersey – New Brunswick, 1994.

Hitchner, Thomas Andrew. “Espionage Literature and the Training of the Modern British Hero.” Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 2010.

Macenczak, Ansley. German enemy aliens and the decline of British liberalism in World War 1. Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, 2010.

McCrae, Meighan Sarah C. “Strategy and Science Fiction: Britain and the Invasion Scares, 1905–1909.” M.A., University of Calgary (Canada), 2008.

Moon, Howard Roy. “The Invasion of the United Kingdom : Public Controversy and Official Planning 1888-1918.” Kings College, London, 1968.

Quinney, Nigel Peter. “Edwardian Militarism and Working Class Youth.” University of Oxford, 1987.

Stearn, Roger Thomas. “War Images and Image Makers in the Victorian Era: Aspects of the British Visual and Written Portrayal of War and Defence.1866-1906.” Kings College, LondonLondon, 1987.

Stewart, Michael D. “”Stranger Than Fiction”: Anglo-American-German Relations and Rivalries through Invasion Literature: 1890-1914.” M.A., Texas Woman’s University, 2012.

Tempera, Mariangela. “Popular Literature as Propaganda in the “Future War” Tale (1871-1915) (England, France, Germany).” Ph.D., Indiana University, 1984.

Wisnicki, Adrian Stanislaw Feliks. “Towards Conspiracy Theory: Revolution, Terrorism and Paranoia from Victorian Fiction to the Modern Novel.” Ph.D., City University of New York, 2003.

 Secondary Sources – Books

Clarke, I. F., Voices Prophesying War, 1763-1984, London ; New York etc.: Oxford U.P, 1966.

Clarke, I. F., Tale of the Future : From the Beginning to the Present Day : An Annotated Bibliography, 3rd ed. ed., London: Library Association, 1978.

Clarke, I. F., The Tale of the Next Great War, 1871-1914 : Fictions of Future Warfare and of Battles Still-to-Come, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1995.

Clarke, I. F., The Tale of the Next Great War, 1871-1914 : Fictions of Future Warfare and of Battles Still-to-Come, Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1995.

Clarke, I. F., The Great War with Germany, 1890-1914 : Fictions and Fantasies of the War-to-Come, Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1997.

Eby, Cecil D., The Road to Armageddon : The Martial Spirit in English Popular Literature, 1870-1914, Durham: Duke University Press, 1988.

Echevarria, Antulio Joseph, Imagining Future War : The West’s Technological Revolution and Visions of Wars to Come, 1880-1914, Westport, Conn.: Praeger Security International ; Oxford : Harcourt Education [distributor], 2007.

Ferguson, Niall, The Pity of War, London: Penguin Books, 1999.

Gannon, Charles E., Rumors of War and Infernal Machines : Technomilitary Agenda-Setting in American and British Speculative Fiction, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2003.

Hirst, Francis Wrigley. The Six Panics, and Other Essays, Facsimile microfilm ed., London: Methuen & Co., 1913, http://archive.org/details/sixpanicsotheres01hirs.

Moorcock, Michael, Before Armageddon : An Anthology of Victorian and Edwardian Imaginative Fiction Published before 1914, London: Star, 1976.

Moorcock, Michael, England Invaded : A Collection of Fantasy Fiction, New ed., London: Star, 1980.

Morris, A. J. A., The Scaremongers : The Advocacy of War and Rearmament 1896-1914, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984.

Paris, Michael, Winged Warfare : The Literature and Theory of Aerial Warfare in Britain, 1859-1917, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1992.

Turner, E.S., Boys Will Be Boys, 1948

Paris, Michael, Over the Top : The Great War and Juvenile Literature in Britain, Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2004.

Ramsden, John, Don’t Mention the War : The British and the Germans since 1890, London: Little, Brown, 2006.

Scully, Richard, British Images of Germany [Electronic Resource] ; Admiration, Antagonism & Ambivalence, 1860-1914 / Richard Scully, Britain and the World: Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012., 2012.

Seed, David, Anticipations : Essays on Early Science Fiction and Its Precursors, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1995.

Newspapers

Herald, Sydney Morning. ‘Der Ruhm Review’, Sydney Morning Herald, 15/09/1871 1871.

Lewis-Stempel, John. ‘The Germans Are Coming’, Sunday Express, 18/05/2014 2014.

Lucius, ‘War Risks of Fiction’, The Academy and literature, 1914-1916, No. 2234 (1915): 132-133.

Times, The. ‘It Is Really Hard That the Key-Note of a New Panic ….’, The Times, 1871/05/08 1871.

Biographies

Dunleavy, Gareth W. , “Erskine Childers (25 June 1870-24 November 1922)” in British Mystery Writers, 1860-1919, edited by Bernard Benstock and Thomas F. Staley, 70, 80-84. Detriot: Gale Research, 1998.

Patrick, Chris and Baister, Stephen, William Le Queux : Master of Mystery, Purley, Surrey: C. Patrick & S. Baister, 2007.

Piper, Leonard, Dangerous Waters : The Life and Death of Erskine Childers, London: Hambledon Continuum, 2007.

Radaker, Kevin, “William Le Queux (2 July 1864-13 October 1927)” in British Mystery Writers, 1860-1919, edited by Bernard Benstock and Thomas F. Staley, 70, 191-198. Detriot: Gale Research, 1998.

Ring, Jim, “Childers, (Robert) Erskine (1870–1922)” in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, edited by H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

Stearn, Roger T. , “Chesney, Sir George Tomkyns (1830–1895)” in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, edited by H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

Stearn, Roger T. , “Le Queux, William Tufnell (1864–1927)” in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, edited by H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

 Espionage: Secondary Sources

Andrew, Christopher M., The Defence of the Realm : The Authorized History of Mi5, London: Allen Lane, 2009.

Attridge, John, “Two Types of Secret Agency: Conrad, Causation, and Popular Spy Fiction”, 55, 126-158: University of Texas Press, 2013.

Blum, Howard, Dark Invasion : 1915: Germany’s Secret War and the Hunt for the First Terrorist Cell in America, Melbourne: Scribe, 2014.

Hampshire, James, ”Spy Fever’ in Britain, 1900 to 1914′, Historian.

Hiley, Nicholas, ‘The Failure of British Counter-Espionage against Germany, 1907-1914’, Historical Journal, Vol. 28, No. 4 (1985): 835-862.

Hiley, Nicholas, ‘Spying for the Kaiser’, History Today, No. 6 (1988): 37.

Hiley, Nicholas, ‘Entering the Lists: Mi5’s Great Spy Round-up of August 1914’, Intelligence & National Security, Vol. 21, No. 1 (2006): 46-76.

Hiley, Nicholas, ‘Re-Entering the Lists: Mi5’s Authorized History and the August 1914 Arrests’, Intelligence & National Security, Vol. 25, No. 4 (2010): 415-452.

Hiley, Nicholas P., ‘The Failure of British Espionage against Germany, 1907-1914’, Historical Journal, Vol. 26, No. 4 (1983): 867-889.

Hitchner, Thomas, ‘Edwardian Spy Literature and the Ethos of Sportsmanship: The Sport of Spying’, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, Vol. 53, (2010): 413-430.

Jeffery, Keith, Mi6 : The History of the Secret Intelligence Service, 1909-1949, Pbk. ed. ed., London: Bloomsbury, 2011.

Kemp, Sandra; Mitchell, Charlotte; Trotter, David. Spies of the Kaiser: Plotting the Downfall of England The Oxford Companion to Edwardian Fiction: Oxford University Press, 2005, http://www.oxfordreference.com/10.1093/acref/9780198117605.001.0001/acref-9780198117605-e-1086.

Kemp, Sandra; Mitchell, Charlotte; Trotter, David. Spy Fiction The Oxford Companion to Edwardian Fiction: Oxford University Press, 2005, http://www.oxfordreference.com/10.1093/acref/9780198117605.001.0001/acref-9780198117605-e-1087.

Price, Thomas J., ‘Spy Stories, Espionage and the Public in the Twentieth Century’, Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 30, No. 3 (1996): 81-89.

Smith, Michael May, The Spying Game : The Secret History of British Espionage, Updated and expanded ed. ed., London: Politico’s, 2002.

Stafford, David, The Silent Game : The Real World of Imaginary Spies, Marston Gate: Amazon.co.uk, 2013.

Stafford, David A. T., ‘Spies and Gentlemen: The Birth of the British Spy Novel, 1893-1914’, Victorian Studies, Vol. 24, (1981): 489.

Woods, Brett F., Neutral Ground : A Political History of Espionage Fiction, New York: Algora Pub., 2008.