2 edition of Looking forward to the year 2000 found in the catalog.
Looking forward to the year 2000
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thinking about Socialism was Bellamy's 'Looking Backward.'" From the beginning it has been a highly provocative book. It is now. Many of the questions both of mood and technique are even more pertinent in the year than they were in A critic of the File Size: KB. I'm looking forward to the year When I imagine how it's going to be. Tons of drugs and tons of people. And a flashing fireworks show. It will surely be a fucking rush - Hope that I never die. I'm looking forward to the year Looking forward to the year
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John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Volume 17 Issue 1 (January ), Pages The year Looking forward (pages ) Author(s): Richard P. Bagozzi, Rajan Nataraajan; Published 03 Dec Get this from a library.
Looking backward, from the year [Mack Reynolds]. 'In looking backward, Edward Bellamy visualises the trend of events from to the year 2, resulting in a completely nationalised and state-controlled existence.
He vividly contrats life in the nineteenth century with the mode of living, as he believes it will be, fifty years from now. LibriVox recording of Looking Backward:by Edward Bellamy.
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“With a tear for the dark past, turn we then to the dazzling future, and, veiling our eyes, press forward. The long and weary winter of the race is ended.
Its summer has begun. Humanity has burst the chrysalis. The heavens are before it.” ― Edward Bellamy, Looking Backward, Cited by: How to cite this article: Das T. The year Looking back and looking forward. Indian J Ophthalmol ; Looking Forward is an interesting offering from CSN&Y which came at the end of the last century.
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Looking Backward was rewritten in by American socialist science fiction writer Mack Reynolds as Looking Backward from the Year Matthew Kapell, a historian and anthropologist, examined this re-writing in his essay, "Mack Reynolds' Avoidance of his own Eighteenth Brumaire: A Note of Caution for Would-Be Utopians".Author: Edward Bellamy.
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