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Utopia By Thomas More
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Utopia is a work of fiction and political philosophy by Thomas More published in 1516. English translations of the title include A Truly Golden Little Book, No Less Beneficial Than Entertaining, of... More > the Best State of a Republic, and of the New Island Utopia (literal) and A Fruitful and Pleasant Work of the Best State of a Public Weal, and of the New Isle Called Utopia (traditional).The book, written in Latin, is a frame narrative primarily depicting a fictional island society and its religious, social and political customs.< Less
Utopia By Thomas More
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Utopia is a work of fiction and political philosophy by Thomas More published in 1516. English translations of the title include A Truly Golden Little Book, No Less Beneficial Than Entertaining, of... More > the Best State of a Republic, and of the New Island Utopia (literal) and A Fruitful and Pleasant Work of the Best State of a Public Weal, and of the New Isle Called Utopia (traditional).) The book, written in Latin, is a frame narrative primarily depicting a fictional island society and its religious, social and political customs. -wikipedia< Less
Utopia By B. Hershey
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Cordean, an eighteen-year-old girl, and her brother, Damien, struggle for survival after her home in the Utopian City on Mars is infected with a virus that affects the entire Utopian civilization.... More > Cordean vows to protect her brother and search for her missing father. She comes face-to-face with dangerous enemies, and discovers a new determination and strength.< Less
Utopia By Thomas Moore
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Sir Thomas Moore’s Utopia is a fictional island in the Atlantic Ocean, possessing a seemingly perfect socio-politico-legal system. Since 1516 this term has been used to describe both... More > intentional communities that attempted to create an ideal society, and fictional societies portrayed in literature. Is it possible to reach Utopia or is it an unrealistic ideal that can never be achieve?< Less
Utopia By Thomas Moore
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Sir Thomas Moore’s Utopia is a fictional island in the Atlantic Ocean, possessing a seemingly perfect socio-politico-legal system. Since 1516 this term has been used to describe both... More > intentional communities that attempted to create an ideal society, and fictional societies portrayed in literature. Is it possible to reach Utopia or is it an unrealistic ideal that can never be achieve?< Less
Utopia By Sir Thomas More
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Utopia is a work of fiction by Thomas More published in 1516. English translations of the title include A Truly Golden Little Book, No Less Beneficial Than Entertaining, of the Best State of a... More > Republic, and of the New Island Utopia (literal) and A Fruitful and Pleasant Work of the Best State of a Public Weal, and of the New Isle Called Utopia (traditional). The book, written in Latin, is a frame narrative primarily depicting a fictional island society and its religious, social and political customs. Most scholars see it as some kind of comment or criticism of contemporary European society, for the evils of More's day are laid out in Book I and in many ways apparently solved in Book II. Indeed, Utopia has many of the characteristics of satire, and there are many jokes and satirical asides such as how honest people are in Europe, but these are usually contrasted with the simple, uncomplicated society of the Utopians. Kean Guides ,great books at a reasonable price.< Less
Utopia By Victoria Gilman
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In the strict caste system of Utopia, Lower Caste members (LCs) are engineered to think like machines, working to improve society for the higher-caste members of the Regime. Two members of this... More > society, both with gifts unknown to their colleagues, search past the monotony of this utopia to find the beauty that has been lost.< Less
Utopia By Nellie P Maan
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Nellie is a travel and lifestyle writer with brilliant and imaginative powers of observation. After a quick survey of her surroundings, Nellie focuses attention on a range of contemporary themes... More > such as life, the universe and composting. A ramshackle collection of characters, events and abandoned pieces of junk are worked into a fabulous plot with stunning craft and wisdom. Armed with nothing more than an oversized garden fork, Nellie takes us on a fabulous journey linking past and present with a superb understanding of the interplay between reality and imagination. Utopia is a remarkable tale of growth, full of wit and insight. It is completely absorbing, intriguing and dazzling.< Less
Utopia By Nellie P Maan
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Nellie is a travel and lifestyle writer with brilliant and imaginative powers of observation. After a quick survey of her surroundings, Nellie focuses attention on a range of contemporary themes... More > such as life, the universe and composting. A ramshackle collection of characters, events and abandoned pieces of junk are worked into a fabulous plot with stunning craft and wisdom. Armed with nothing more than an oversized garden fork, Nellie takes us on a fabulous journey linking past and present with a superb understanding of the interplay between reality and imagination. Utopia is a remarkable tale of growth, full of wit and insight. It is completely absorbing, intriguing and dazzling.< Less
Utopia By Thomas More
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The best known and most controversial work of Thomas More. In it a traveller, Raphael Hythlodeaus describes the political arrangements of the imaginary island country of Utopia. This novel describes... More > the city of Amaurote by saying, "Of them all this is the worthiest and of most dignity". Utopia contrasts the contentious social life of European states with the perfectly orderly, reasonable social arrangements of Utopia and its environs. In Utopia, with communal ownership of land, private property does not exist, men and women are educated alike, and there is almost complete religious toleration. Some take the novel's principal message to be the social need for order and discipline rather than liberty. The country of Utopia tolerates different religious practices but does not tolerate atheists. Hythlodeaus theorises that if a man did not believe in a god or in an afterlife he could never be trusted, because he would not acknowledge any authority or principle outside himself.< Less