Theroot error of the Marxian
omission of directive ability.
W. H. Mallock is the "exemplary" crisis-of-faith nineteenth-century writer, enacting in the late Victorian and Edwardian periods the careers of the sages of the preceding generation. He set as his tas...
William Hurrell Mallock is remembered primarily for The New Republic (1877-1879), the satirical novel which he began writing as an Oxford undergraduate and which won him accolades as a brilliant wit, ...