Lord of the World
by Robert Hugh Benson
Publisher: Feedbooks 1907
Number of pages: 294
The novel imagines a socialist and humanist world where religion has been either suppressed or ignored. People have no history or hope so they often turn to euthanasia, which is legal. Further there is a 'one-world' government that uses Esperanto for its language and ultimately becomes a servant of the anti-Christ.
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