Equitania; or, the Land of Equity
Omaha: Self-published, 1914. 1st ed. Sargent p. 80. Negley 553. Lewis p. 86. Small 4to. Wraps. 168 p. Very good Utopian novel. "In Equitania, a democracy has been developed in which each man's rights and responsibilities are carefully delineated and his opportunity for success are guaranteed. This utopian society has been brought about, rather artificially, by one thousand Indian Buddhists, one thousand American Christians, one thousand Turkish Mohammedans, and one thousand English Jews, who, seeking a better world, landed on an uninhabited island in the Pacific and joined forces to meet their common civil needs, despite their religious differences" - Lewis.
Book number: 65001
USD 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 212.5 | £UK 191 | JP¥ 26460]
Keywords: Utopianism; Utopian Novels; Omaha; Nebraska