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Comparison between back then vs now. It was kind of interesting in parts and includes a lot of in depth details.Published 18 days ago by Taylor Pineda
The trouble with Edward Bellamy futuristic book, Looking Backward, is that the future he envisions happens too soon. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Martin
Interesting to compare his vision of the future (which is now); but somewhat tedious in the details of how he hoped society would work.Published 4 months ago by Sandy Cassidy
A man falls into a deep trance in 1887 inside a vault under his house. The house burns down, but he is unhurt. Read morePublished 5 months ago by larry p
Read it in college 50 years ago. Enjoying it just as much now. Perhaps because I agree with the ideology presented. A bit wordy, but that was the style 130 years ago.Published 5 months ago by SMB.