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Perfection and progress: two modes of Utopian thought.


Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press [1974] .
ISBN 026208077X, 9780262080774

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Subjects Geschichte.
Gesellschaft.
Staatsroman.
Utopias -- History.
Utopias.
Utopie.
Utopiee╠łn.
Description 219 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-211).
Contents The Republic of Plato -- From Plato to the Renaissance: A Historical Overview -- The Utopia of Thomas More -- The Christianopolis of Johann Valentin Andreae -- The Changing Nature of Utopian Assumptions -- Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward and Equality -- H.G. Wells' A Modern Utopia -- William Dean Howells' A Traveller from Altruria and Through the Eye of the Needle.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)874301
(OCoLC)ocm00874301
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WorldCat Identities Hansot, Elisabeth.
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