Chilton, H Herman

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(1863-1945) Belgian-born UK author, whose first sf novel, Woman Unsexed (1892), melodramatically depicts a 1925 world ruined by women's right to work; The Ways of June (1925) places a conventional love story into a world characterized by Inventions such as vertical-takeoff airplanes; The Lost Children (1931) visits the Lost World to which the children of Hamelin followed the Pied Piper, where they have founded a Utopia; Talking Totem (1938) is Prehistoric SF. [JC]

Henry Herman Chilton

born Brussells, Belgium: 15 January 1863

died Willenhall, Staffordshire: 11 February 1945

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