Nina in Utopia

TitleNina in Utopia
Year for Search2010
AuthorsMiller, Miranda(b. 1950)
Date Published2010
PublisherPeter Owen
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author
Annotation

Twenty-first century London as a eutopia from the perspective of a woman from the mid-nineteenth century. After she returns to her own time and is committed as insane, she also finds Bedlam a better place than the outside. First in a series followed by The Fairy Visions of Richard Dadd. A Novel. London: Peter Owen, 2013 in which the protagonist meets the painter Richard Dadd (1817-86) in Bedlam where he created his famous paintings. Dadd also travels to the twenty-first, which he finds very difficult. 

Holding Institutions

PSt

Author Note

(b. 1950)

Full Text

2010 Miller, Miranda (b. 1950). Nina in Utopia. London: Peter Owen. PSt

Twenty-first century London as a eutopia from the perspective of a woman from the mid-nineteenth century. After she returns to her own time and is committed as insane, she also finds Bedlam a better place than the outside. First in a series followed by The Fairy Visions of Richard Dadd. A Novel. London: Peter Owen, 2013 in which the protagonist meets the painter Richard Dadd (1817-86) in Bedlam where he created his famous paintings. Dadd also travels to the twenty-first, which he finds very difficult. Female author.