Wintle, Harold

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(1870-1941) UK journalist and author whose The Cleansing of the "Lords" (1906) verges non-mimetic Politics in its depiction of the British government's apparent involvement in an ivory trade trust; Until That Day (1912) suggests that a dysfunctional Near Future Britain might return to sanity with the restoration of the monarchy; The Masked Battery (1927) is a fantasy about a magic spring discovered in London which causes instant Amnesia. [JC]

Harold Richard William Wintle

born Bere Ferrers, near Plymouth, Devon: September 1870

died Colwich, Staffordshire: 7 December 1941 [Harrietsham, Maidstone also possible]

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