A season in utopia; the story of Brook Farm.
"Here is the full-scale story and a reasoned appraisal of Brook Farm, the most celebrated of America's nineteenth-century idealist 'utopias.' ... With the sure touch of authority, Edith Curtis re-creates an era of intense intellectual ferment and people it with those creative giants o the time who influenced the Brook Farm experiment: George William Curtis ... Isaac Hecker ... Margaret Fuller ... Bronson Alcott ... and Charles Dana among others. Her history of this unusual and idyllic episode is definitive in scope and warmly human in approach. It is of more interest than ever before to a society searching for plausible solutions to the problems presented by contemporary social and industrial patterns."--From the dust-jacket front flap.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Macedon Public Library||BULLIS 335.97 (Text)