"Community: A Vision"

Title"Community: A Vision"
Year for Search1837
AuthorsMarriott, Rev. Joseph
Secondary TitleThe New Moral World, And Manual of Science
Volume / EditionNo. 138 - 140, 143, 145-46, 148 - 155
Pagination277-79; 287-88; 296; 318-20; 336; 344; 359-60; 367-68; 376; 383-84; 390-92; 399-400; 406-08; 416.
Date PublishedJune 17 - July 1, July 22, August 5 - 12, August 26 - October 14, 1837
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Communal eutopia. Status and gender equality. Much use of machinery to save labor. Temperance but not prohibition. Children taught as they undertake easy work. The first installment in The New Moral World has a note appended saying “A vision we hope to see realized shortly.–Ed.” See also his A Catechism of Circumstances; or, the Foundation Stone of a Community. Manchester, Eng.: A. Heywood, 1840. 2nd ed. Salford, Eng.: Published by the “Association of All Classes of All Nations”/Manchester, Eng.: A. Heywood/London: Wakelin/London: Hetherington, [1841]. 8 pp. NN. The Catechism explicitly follows the position of Robert Owen (1771-1858).

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Rpt. as Community: A Drama. Manchester, Eng.: A. Heywood/London: Wakelin, [1838]

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1837 Marriott, Rev. Joseph. “Community: A Vision.” The New Moral World, And Manual of Science, no. 138 - 140, 143, 145-46, 148 - 155 (June 17 - July 1, July 22, August 5 - 12, August 26 - October 14, 1837): 277-79; 287-88; 296; 318-20; 336; 344; 359-60; 367-68; 376; 383-84; 390-92; 399-400; 406-08; 416. Rpt. as Community: A Drama. Manchester, Eng.: A. Heywood/London: Wakelin, [1838].

Communal eutopia. Status and gender equality. Much use of machinery to save labor. Temperance but not prohibition. Children taught as they undertake easy work. The first installment in The New Moral World has a note appended saying “A vision we hope to see realized shortly.–Ed.” See also his A Catechism of Circumstances; or, the Foundation Stone of a Community. Manchester, Eng.: A. Heywood, 1840. 2nd ed. Salford, Eng.: Published by the “Association of All Classes of All Nations”/Manchester, Eng.: A. Heywood/London: Wakelin/London: Hetherington, [1841]. 8 pp. NN. The Catechism explicitly follows the position of Robert Owen (1771-1858).