Nah-Po-Lee-Hon, The Late Great Kan of Tartary


Ran into this rather entertaining book. The author was pretty creative, and something tells me that he was pretty clever as well. I think there is some allegorical meaning hidden between, or may be even in the lines.


Unfortunately, I’m too dumb to figure it out. Please share your opinion on what the author was trying to convey. It’s like 7 pages, and won’t take you long to get through.

Main characters and locations:
  • France: Tartary
  • England: Hing-Land
  • Napoleon: Nah-Po-Lee-Hon
  • House of Bourbon: Bo-Ur-Bong
  • 1st Duke of Wellington: Vel-Hing-Tong
  • George III: Jee-Auge
The Book Link: An account of the rise and downfall of the late Grand Kan of Tartary

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