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Title The Cambridge companion to utopian literature [electronic resource] / edited by Gregory Claeys.
Publication Info Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.



Descript xvi, 295 p.; 24 cm.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Preface Gregory Claeys; Brief chronology of key works of utopian literature and thought; Part I. History: 1. The concept of utopia Fátima Vieira; 2. Thomas More's Utopia: sources, legacy and interpretation J. C. Davis; 3. Utopianism after More: the Renaissance and Enlightenment Nicole Pohl; 4. Varieties of nineteenth-century utopias Kenneth M. Roemer; 5. The origins of dystopia: Wells, Huxley and Orwell Gregory Claeys; Part II. Literature: 6. Utopia, dystopia and science fiction Peter Fitting; 7. Utopia and Romance Patrick Parrinder; 8. Feminism and utopianism Alessa Johns; 9. Colonial and post-colonial utopias Lyman Tower Sargent; 10. 'Non-western' utopian traditions Jacqueline Dutton; 11. Ecology and utopia Brian Stableford; Further reading.
ISBN 9780521886659 (hardback : alk. paper)
9780521714143 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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Series Cambridge companions to literature
Subject Utopias in literature.
Dystopias in literature.
Utopias -- History.
Science fiction, English -- History and criticism.
Alt author Claeys, Gregory.
Descript xvi, 295 p.; 24 cm.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Preface Gregory Claeys; Brief chronology of key works of utopian literature and thought; Part I. History: 1. The concept of utopia Fátima Vieira; 2. Thomas More's Utopia: sources, legacy and interpretation J. C. Davis; 3. Utopianism after More: the Renaissance and Enlightenment Nicole Pohl; 4. Varieties of nineteenth-century utopias Kenneth M. Roemer; 5. The origins of dystopia: Wells, Huxley and Orwell Gregory Claeys; Part II. Literature: 6. Utopia, dystopia and science fiction Peter Fitting; 7. Utopia and Romance Patrick Parrinder; 8. Feminism and utopianism Alessa Johns; 9. Colonial and post-colonial utopias Lyman Tower Sargent; 10. 'Non-western' utopian traditions Jacqueline Dutton; 11. Ecology and utopia Brian Stableford; Further reading.
ISBN 9780521886659 (hardback : alk. paper)
9780521714143 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Series Cambridge companions to literature
Subject Utopias in literature.
Dystopias in literature.
Utopias -- History.
Science fiction, English -- History and criticism.
Alt author Claeys, Gregory.

Subject Utopias in literature.
Dystopias in literature.
Utopias -- History.
Science fiction, English -- History and criticism.
Descript xvi, 295 p.; 24 cm.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Preface Gregory Claeys; Brief chronology of key works of utopian literature and thought; Part I. History: 1. The concept of utopia Fátima Vieira; 2. Thomas More's Utopia: sources, legacy and interpretation J. C. Davis; 3. Utopianism after More: the Renaissance and Enlightenment Nicole Pohl; 4. Varieties of nineteenth-century utopias Kenneth M. Roemer; 5. The origins of dystopia: Wells, Huxley and Orwell Gregory Claeys; Part II. Literature: 6. Utopia, dystopia and science fiction Peter Fitting; 7. Utopia and Romance Patrick Parrinder; 8. Feminism and utopianism Alessa Johns; 9. Colonial and post-colonial utopias Lyman Tower Sargent; 10. 'Non-western' utopian traditions Jacqueline Dutton; 11. Ecology and utopia Brian Stableford; Further reading.
Alt author Claeys, Gregory.
ISBN 9780521886659 (hardback : alk. paper)
9780521714143 (pbk. : alk. paper)

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