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A Modern Utopia By by H. G. Wells
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This book is in all probability the last of a series ofwritings, of which—disregarding certain earlier disconnectedessays—my Anticipations was the beginning. Originally Iintended... More > Anticipations to be my sole digression from my artor trade (or what you will) of an imaginative writer. I wrote thatbook in order to clear up the muddle in my own mind aboutinnumerable social and political questions, questions I could notkeep out of my work, which it distressed me to touch upon in astupid haphazard way, and which no one, so far as I knew, hadhandled in a manner to satisfy my needs.< Less
A Modern Utopia By H. G. Wells
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Herbert George "H. G." Wells (21 September 1866 – 13 August 1946) was an English writer, now best known for his work in the science fictiongenre. He was also a prolific writer in many... More > other genres, including contemporary novels, history, politics and social commentary, even writing textbooks and rules for war games. Wells is one person sometimes called "The Father of Science Fiction", as are Jules Verne and Hugo Gernsback.His most notable science fiction works include The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine, The Invisible Man and The Island of Doctor Moreau. -Wikipedia< Less
Chasing Utopia By Jennifer Wood
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In 2018 the world was thrown into a recession so severe that governments could not work out a solution. Desperation and poverty inspired social networks to create a world that ran on the principles... More > of anarchism. This was ended only by the rise of CorpGroup, an Eastern initiative that created the new Eco-World Order. Through a series of encounters, the boundaries of time are erased to offer a captivating insight into the complications of love and friendship. Jess Rivington and the people in her life offer a contrasting account of the world we know and life after the tipping point. In a population which believes segregation is fundamental to their development, there is no desire to question the underlying principles of the Eco-World Order. Jess alone must challenge the system and rescue the man she loves by ending his days as a white slave in another District. In persuading modern society that there is still a place for humanitarian assistance, she must prepare to lose everything.< Less
Chasing Utopia By Jennifer Wood
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In 2018 the world was thrown into a recession so severe that governments could not work out a solution. Desperation and poverty inspired social networks to create a world that ran on the principles... More > of anarchism. This was ended only by the rise of CorpGroup, an Eastern initiative that created the new Eco-World Order. Through a series of encounters, the boundaries of time are erased to offer a captivating insight into the complications of love and friendship. Jess Rivington and the people in her life offer a contrasting account of the world we know and life after the tipping point. In a population which believes segregation is fundamental to their development, there is no desire to question the underlying principles of the Eco-World Order. Jess alone must challenge the system and rescue the man she loves by ending his days as a white slave in another District. In persuading modern society that there is still a place for humanitarian assistance, she must prepare to lose everything.< Less
Utopia For The Devil By James Parkes
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A city where crime is low and society is diverse. Everyone leads a moderately happy life, living in bliss as they are not bothered by the consequences made by the leaders of the nation. A city where... More > the boundaries are set clear and firm by the crimson guards who protect the people, and enforce the laws put forth. But there is one who lives differently. Leon, a man who has come to see the truth behind the 'Utopian' city founded and upheld. Leon understands that because man is flawed, then the utopia created by man is flawed. Not only that, he has a personal vendetta against the state of affairs. Leon can fight, or he can run. Yet there is no escaping the devil that runs deep behind the Utopia.< Less
Utopia, il paese delle fate By federico berti
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Dove si racconta della rivalità fra un mago truffaldino e le fate buone che governano un'isola da sogno. Una favola romantica illustrata dall'autore in 28 tavole a carboncino. Adatto anche ai... More > bambini, ma pensato per gli adulti, il testo è in terzine di endecasillabi 'alla dantesca'. Linguaggio moderno, semplice e diretto, si può imparare a memoria. Disponibile anche in versione cartacea, stampa su richiesta. Al libro è abbinato uno spettacolo con proiezione dei disegni, lettura del testo, canzoni del varietà e accompagnamento di pianoforte.< Less
Utopia Guide to Singapore (2nd Edition) : the Gay and Lesbian Scene in The Lion City By John Goss
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Utopia has updated and expanded this 2nd Edition of the world's first ever travel guide to gay and lesbian life in Singapore. Explore life in one of Asia's most cosmopolitan and modern nations.... More > Listings include a gay map, organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. A special section of the book highlights groups, clubs, and businesses that are especially welcoming for women. Enjoy dozens of savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians and gay travelers alike. The Utopia Guide to Singapore offers a landmark look at the vibrant gay and lesbian scene emerging in the Lion City.< Less
Utopia Guide to Singapore (2nd Edition) : the Gay and Lesbian Scene in The Lion City By John Goss
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Utopia has updated and expanded this 2nd Edition of the world's first ever travel guide to gay and lesbian life in Singapore. Explore life in one of Asia's most cosmopolitan and modern nations.... More > Listings include a gay map, organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. A special section of the book highlights groups, clubs, and businesses that are especially welcoming for women. Enjoy dozens of savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians and gay travelers alike. The Utopia Guide to Singapore offers a landmark look at the vibrant gay and lesbian scene emerging in the Lion City.< Less
L’abolition de l’esclavage, utopie des sociétés modernes By Gérard Théobald
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Ce livre contextualise l’expérience subjective des descendants d'esclaves. D'une part, il replace l'esclavage transatlantique dans l'histoire humaine de l'esclavage, en faisant un tour... More > d'horizon de toutes les formes d'esclavage, et en expliquant comment on passe de la traite transsaharienne à la traite américaine. De ce fait, l’expérience horrifique cesse d'apparaître comme une exception monstrueuse et incompréhensible. On comprend de quoi il s'agit, la pensée magique, fataliste, peut alors se dissoudre... L'auteur a souhaité agir ainsi afin de donner l’envie au lecteur de s’intéresser à une histoire complexe, passionnelle et surtout qui s’inscrit dans le domaine de la culture générale. Il met en évidence que la résistance fait partie consubstantielle de l'histoire de l'esclavage... que ces hommes déportés n'ont jamais abdiqué leur qualité d'homme, et que là encore, la révolte haïtienne n'a rien d'une exception incompréhensible, qu'il y avait eu des précédents, les Maroons de la Jamaïque…< Less
New Atlantis By Frances Bacon
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New Atlantis is a utopian novel by Sir Francis Bacon, published in Latin (as Nova Atlantis) in 1624 and in English in 1627. In this work, Bacon portrayed a vision of the future of human discovery and... More > knowledge, expressing his aspirations and ideals for humankind. The novel depicts the creation of a utopian land where "generosity and enlightenment, dignity and splendour, piety and public spirit" are the commonly held qualities of the inhabitants of "Bensalem". The plan and organization of his ideal college, "Salomon's House" (or Solomon's House) envisioned the modern research university in both applied and pure sciences. The novel depicts a mythical island, Bensalem, which is discovered by the crew of a European ship after they are lost in the Pacific Ocean somewhere west of Peru. The minimal plot serves the gradual unfolding of the island, its customs, but most importantly, its state-sponsored scientific institution, Salomon's House, "which house or college ... is the very eye of this kingdom."< Less