Resources

For an introduction to the resources available on Invasion Literature see my Survey of Resources.


Survey of Resources

There are more resources available than initially apparent. When I started researching this subject I started from The Riddle of the Sands and from the Wikipedia entry discovered the world of Invasion Literature. Searching on this term had limited success ...
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Trotter, D. (1993) The English Novel in History 1895 – 1920

David Trotter (1993) The English Novel in History 1895 - 1920, London, Routledge While covering a much wider spectrum than just invasion-scare fiction Trotter's book provides an interesting context of literature and society within which the invasion-scare/future war genre sits ...
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Wade, S. (2009) Victoria’s Spymasters: Empire and Espionage

Stephen Wade (2009) Victoria's Spymasters - Empire and Espionage, Stroud, The History Press Covering the lives and achievements of five English intelligence officers involved in wars at home and abroad between 1870 and 1918, this exceptionally researched book offers an ...
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Wark, W.K. (1991) Spy Fiction, Spy Films and Real Intelligence

Wesley K. Wark (1991) Spy Fiction, Spy Films and Real Intelligence This book won the Canadian Crime Writers' Arthur Ellis Award for the Best Genre Criticism/Reference book of 1991. This collection of essays is an attempt to explore the history ...
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William Le Queux

William Le Queux was a prolific author between 1891 and 1931. He wrote across a wide range of genres but is best know today for his Invasion / Future War novels in the two decades leading up to the Great ...
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Woods B. F. (2007), Neutral Ground: A Political History Of Espionage Fiction

Woods B. F. (2007) Neutral Ground: A Political History Of Espionage Fiction, Algora Publishing Espionage fiction is one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the literate world and, since its widespread acceptance in the early twentieth century, it ...
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