THE LAND OF WHERISIT: A CYCLE OF TALES THAT BEGINS AT THE END AND ENDS AT THE BEGINNING; TOLD BY A GRADUATE OF ALL FOOLS' COLLEGE FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT OF HIS KIND. Sydney: The Judd Publishing Co., 1919. Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-94 [95: tailpiece and printer's imprint] [96: blank], original pictorial gray wrappers printed in black. First edition. Social satire set in the land of Wherisit by a journalist in New South Wales devoted to the Labour cause, who was for many years editor of THE AUSTRALIAN WORKER, in which these sketches were first published. These are naive allegorical fantasies that grind a socialist axe. Australian and New Zealand "Lost Race" Fiction in the Collection of Stuart Teitler (private list), p. 1. Miller and Macartney (1956), p. 69. A fine copy. (#117402).
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