Academic Theses related to Invasion Literature

The following theses relate to Invasion / Future-War Literature of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. All abstracts are from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (available to academic researchers) where the original full-text is also available. Gannon, Charles Edward. 1998. Speculative fiction: Literature of political transformation. This project investigates how political agendas of modern technophilic superpowers are influenced by speculative fiction. This phenomenon is explored primarily within the domain of post-World War II American literature and policy. In order to ensure that the results are not seen solely as artifacts particular to one nation and one epoch, a detailed, comparative analysis of ...
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Bibliography – 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. 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 ...
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