Best Utopian and dystopian Classics - PDF Collection

 Collection of Best Classic 28 utopian and dystopian works 

Best Utopian and dystopian Classics
Best Utopian and dystopian Classics

A utopia is an imagined community or society that possesses highly desirable or nearly perfect qualities for its citizens. The term was coined by Sir Thomas More for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island society in the south Atlantic Ocean off the coast of South America. and Also the collection contains Thomas More and Jack London and other great authors.

Contents of the collection: 

  • Across the zodiac the story of a wrecked record: 
  • Anno Domini 207
  • Atlantis the antediluvian world
  • Equality
  • Etidorhpa or, The end of the earthLoma, a citizen of Venus
  • Looking backwards, 2000-1887
  • Lord of the world
  • Olga Romanoff.Our story of Atlantis
  • Ragnarok the age of fire and gravel
  • Riallaro the archipelago of exile
  • The American emperor a novel
  • The coming race
  • The elixir of life or, 2905 A.D a novel of the far future
  • The first men in the moo
  • The iron heel
  • The last man
  • The people of the ruins is a story of the English revolution and after
  • The smoky god; or, A voyage to the inner world
  • The time machine; is an invention -
  • The voyage of Fran├žois Leguat of Bresse, to Rodriguez.
  • The world set free a story of mankind.
  • Theodore Savage is a story of the past or the future
  • Uncle Sam cabins.
  • Utopia Thomas More
  • When the sleeper wakes

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