DESART, The Earl of

DESART, The Earl of
   Working name of UK writer W.U.O'C. Cuffe (1845-1898), whose The Raid of the "Detrimental" (1897) describes a LOST WORLD in the South Atlantic transformed by its UK inhabitants into an advanced UTOPIA.

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