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J. W. Dunne

(John William Dunne)


(1875 - 1949)

J. W. Dunne

John William Dunne was the son of an Anglo-Irish general in the British army. After serving as an enlisted man in the second Boer war, he spent several years as an aeronautical engineer working on swept wing designs. In later life he wrote on fly fishing and developed a philosophy of time.


An Experiment with St. George (1939)

St George and the Princess Cleodolinda outwit Circe and her minions and trap them beneath a volcanic eruption.

Author(s): J. W. Dunne
Illustrator(s): Feodor Rojankovsky

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