London: Grant Richards, 1901. New and Revised Edition. Octavo. Original deep red cloth with gilt titles; xviii, 324, (1)pp. Mild discoloration to boards; endpapers darkened and a few scattered and faint spots of foxing to text else a tight, attractive copy with gilt bright on spine and front cover; Very Good or better. The Revised and expanded edition of Butler's classic utopia, called by Sargent "the classic utopian satire." This edition adds a new Preface and two additional chapters, was issued to coincide with the first printing of its sequel, Erewhon Revisited. Originally self-published by Butler in 1872, this revision is actually somewhat scarcer in the trade than that earlier edition, and seldom found in nice condition. SARGENT (British and American Utopian Literature) p.29 (the 1872 edition). (Inventory #: 21493)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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