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William Delisle Hay (1851-? ) was a British mycologist and author of fiction. His most well known work, Three Hundred Years Hence; or, A Voice From Posterity (1881), is a socialist and white supremacist fantasy. It describes a future civilization where most of humanity lives in glass-domed cities beneath the sea, allowing the surface to be used primarily for agriculture. AWilliam Delisle Hay (1851-? ) was a British mycologist and author of fiction. His most well known work, Three Hundred Years Hence; or, A Voice From Posterity (1881), is a socialist and white supremacist fantasy. It describes a future civilization where most of humanity lives in glass-domed cities beneath the sea, allowing the surface to be used primarily for agriculture. Another work, The Doom of the Great City (1880), is the supposed narrative of a survivor of the destruction of London, looking back from 1942. His other works include: Brighter Britain; or, Settler and Maori in Northern New Zealand (2 volumes) (1882), The Fungus-Hunter's Guide (1887) and An Elementary Text-Book of British Fungi (1887)....

Title : Brighter Britain; Or, Settler and Maori in Northern New Zealand, Volume I
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ISBN : 9781409987505
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Number of Pages : 218 Pages
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