Ignatius Loyola Donnelly, 1831-1901. 19th-century American author, Populist politician and eccentric intellectual. He is most remembered today for effectively founding the modern Atlantis theory. His literary achievements included the publication of an early science-fiction dystopia, the 1888 Caesar's Column. He also advocated the theory that Francis Bacon wrote Shakespeare's plays.
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Biographical Directory of the United States Congress: Donnelly, Ignatius (1831-1901)
Key dates of Donnelly's life, with bibliography.
Ignatius Donnelly and the End of the World
A fictional presentation of Donnelly returning to modern-day California.
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