The Nineteenth Century; A Dialogue in Utopia

TitleThe Nineteenth Century; A Dialogue in Utopia
Year for Search1900
AuthorsEllis, [Henry] Havelock(1859-1939)
Tertiary AuthorsEllis, Havelock
Date Published1900
PublisherGrant Richards
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Discussion of the nineteenth century, presented largely in negative terms, from the vantage point of a future eutopia, which is a united world, although nations still maintain their cultures, with one language and one medium of exchange. Communities exist to benefit their members rather than the reverse, which was the nineteenth century norm. The future is concerned with the art of living rather than commerce. Stress on beauty.

Additional Publishers

US ed. subtitled An Utopian Retrospect. Boston, MA: Small, Maynard, 1900.

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Author Note

(1859-1939)

Full Text

1900 Ellis, [Henry] Havelock (1859-1939). The Nineteenth Century; A Dialogue in Utopia. London: Grant Richards. U. S. ed. subtitled An Utopian Retrospect. Boston, MA: Small, Maynard. L, DLC, PSt

Discussion of the nineteenth century, presented largely in negative terms, from the vantage point of a future eutopia, which is a united world, although nations still maintain their cultures, with one language and one medium of exchange. Communities exist to benefit their members rather than the reverse, which was the nineteenth century norm. The future is concerned with the art of living rather than commerce. Stress on beauty.