"Notes Towards a Utopia"

Title"Notes Towards a Utopia"
Year for Search1960
AuthorsGolffing, Francis(1910-2012)
Secondary TitleThe Partisan Review
Volume / Edition27.3
Pagination514-25
Date PublishedSummer 1960
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Short essay entitled “Why do we want to write another Utopia?” together with three rituals (“Celebrations”) from the eutopia for childbirth, the movement of the child from the home to the children’s community, and a girl becoming an adult. See also 1975 Gibbs and Golffing and 1991 Goffing and Gibbs.

Additional Publishers

Rev. as by Golffing and Barbara Gibbs (1912-93). Stand 6 (Winter 1962): 51-58.

Author Note

(1910-2012)

Full Text

1960 Golffing, Francis (1910-2012). “Notes Towards a Utopia.” The Partisan Review 27.3 (Summer 1960): 514-25. Rev. as by Golffing and Barbara Gibbs (1912-93). Stand 6 (Winter 1962): 51-58.

Short essay entitled “Why do we want to write another Utopia?” together with three rituals (“Celebrations”) from the eutopia for childbirth, the movement of the child from the home to the children’s community, and a girl becoming an adult. See also 1963 Golffing and Gibbs, 1975 Gibbs and Golffing and 1991 Golffing and Gibbs. Female co-author.