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The yellow danger

Author: M P Shiel
Publisher: Warsaw : Ktoczyta.pl, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Not all invasion threats were purported to come from the Germans, the French or from Anarchists: in M.P. Shiel’s Yellow Danger it is an army of Chinese who invade Europe. In "The Yellow Danger" Mr. Shiel described in lurid colors the possibilities of the overwhelming of the white world by the yellow man, a possibility for the imagining of, which he claimed no originality. "The Yellow Danger" has been the bugbear of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: War fiction
Electronic books
Fiction
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: M P Shiel
ISBN: 9788381628105 8381628105
OCLC Number: 1081422610
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; Cover page; Contents; CHAPTER I. THE NATIONS AND A MAN; CHAPTER II. THE HEATHEN CHINEE; CHAPTER III. RUMOURS OF WAR; CHAPTER IV. FIRST BLOOD; CHAPTER V. HOW ENGLAND TOOK THE NEWS; CHAPTER VI. HARDY; CHAPTER VII. IN THE CHANNEL; CHAPTER VIII. THE BATTLE; CHAPTER IX. JOHN HARDY GIVES AN ORDER; CHAPTER X. JOHN HARDY AMONG WOMEN; CHAPTER XI. JOHN HARDY AMONG THE NATIONS; CHAPTER XII. THE AWAKENING; CHAPTER XIII. JOHN AND YEN; CHAPTER XIV. THE VANISHED FLEET; CHAPTER XV. THE SUICIDE OF EUROPE; CHAPTER XVI. THE LOVE WHICH FOO-CHEE BORE TO AH-LIN; CHAPTER XVII. THE CHINESE IRON CHAPTER XVIII. SIN-WANCHAPTER XIX. 'THE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY'; CHAPTER XX. 'WHAT A FACE!'; CHAPTER XXI. MURRAY'S DIARY; CHAPTER XXII. MURRAY'S DIARY (CONTINUED); CHAPTER XXIII. THE FROWN OF ENGLAND; CHAPTER XXIV. BEFORE THE BATTLE; CHAPTER XXV. THE GREATER WATERLOO; CHAPTER XXVI. THE YELLOW DANGER; CHAPTER XXVII. THE THREE GOSPELS; CHAPTER XXVIII. THE YELLOW TERROR; CHAPTER XXIX. THE WEAK POINT; CHAPTER XXX. THE CHINESE SCREAM; CHAPTER XXXI. THE MEETING; CHAPTER XXXII. 'TO-DAY'; CHAPTER XXXIII. THE 'CRIME' OF HARDY; CHAPTER XXXIV. THE BLACK SPOT; Notes
Responsibility: M.P. Shiel.

Abstract:

Not all invasion threats were purported to come from the Germans, the French or from Anarchists: in M.P. Shiel’s Yellow Danger it is an army of Chinese who invade Europe. In "The Yellow Danger" Mr. Shiel described in lurid colors the possibilities of the overwhelming of the white world by the yellow man, a possibility for the imagining of, which he claimed no originality. "The Yellow Danger" has been the bugbear of the Russians ever since the days of Tamerlane. But it must be admitted that in his new story. This made Shiel’s popular reputation and was almost certainly the most commercially successful of the twenty books published during his first creative period, 1889-1913.

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