Book Description: This volume combines the third and fourth volumes of the papers presented at the 1987 and 1988 meetings of the Society for Utopian Studies. They represent the forefront of utopian thought and experimentation. Contents: Feminisms and Utopia; Breaking Silence in Feminist Dystopias; The Function of Goldstein's Book: Time as Theme and Structure in Dystopian Satire; Sunrise Ranch as a Utopian Community; Shangri-La: Utopian Bridge between Cultures; Death and Community: Insights from the Utopian Vision of Marge Piercy; William Morris' Review of Bellamy's Looking Backward; Edward Bellamy and the New Deal: The Revival of Bellamyism in the 1930s; Utopianism and Defeatism in Friedrich Nietszche; The Shakespearean Tragedy of Brave New World; The Deceit of Dress: Utopian Visions and the Argument Against Clothing; The Three Men in Herland: Why They Enter the Text; Homelessness, Wastelands, and Barricades: Transforming Dystopian Spaces in Les Miserables. Co-published with Society for Utopian Studies.
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