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Utopia Through the Ages

The Faber Book of Utopias

The Faber Book of Utopias

The term 'Utopia', first coined by Thomas More in his 1516 publication of the same name, has long inspired the literary imaginations of many. This delightful anthology compiled by Faber and Faber encompasses all manners and forms of the notion and charts the course of a host of imaginary societies, from Plato's Republic to more contemporary sci-fi visions. We hear from Homer, Marx, Swift, Rouseeau, Orwell, Wilde, and

many more. Providing a picture of the hopes and desires of each age - while also revealing the hidden dystopian realities of Utopian aspirations - it is essential to anyone mildly interested in both the philosophical repercussions of social control and/or the literary interpretations of the 'perfect society'. Available from Kennys.ie, with free postage and shipping, for almost nothing, get your copy of The Faber Book of Utopias .