Ignatius Donnelly: Master of Disaster

Ignatius Donnelly was a 19th century American politician and writer whose work revolved around scenarios of disaster: The destruction of Atlantis, a near miss by a comet that changed the earth’s geology, a dystopian novel of future New York plunged into the chaos of class warfare. I summarized this facet of Donnelly’s life at The Public Domain Review as Ignatius Donnelly: Master of Disaster.


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