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This supplements the information on research conducted in the United States on Thomas More’s Utopia provided by Annette M. Magid in the article “Thomas More in America” (Utopian Studies, Vol. 27, No. 3, 2016).

 

SELECTED LIST OF STUDIES ON UTOPIA

  • Abrash, M. “Missing the Point in More’s ”Extrapolation, Vol. 19 (1977): 27–38.
  • Adams, R. M. “The Prince and the Phalanx.” Sir Thomas More: Utopia. R. M. Adams (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1975): 192–203.
  • Allen, P. R. “Utopiaand European Humanism: the Function of the Prefatory Letters and Verses.” Studies in the Renaissance, Vol. 10 (1963): 91–
  • Allen, W. S. “Hythloday and the Root of all Evil.” Moreana, Vol. 31/32 (1971): 51–60.
  • —. “The Tone of More's Farewell to Utopia: A Reply to J. H. Hexter.” Moreana, Vol. 51 (1976): 108–18.
  • Ames, R. Citizen More and his Utopia (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1949).
  • Astell, A. W. “Rhetorical Strategy and the Fiction of Audience in More’s ” Centennial Review, Vol. 29 (1985): 302–19.
  • Baker–Smith, Dominic. More’s Utopia (New York: HarperCollinsAcademic, 1991).
  • Barker, A. E. “Clavis Moreana: The Yale Edition of Thomas More.” Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Vol. 65 (1966): 318–
  • Berger, H., Jr. “Utopia: Game, Chart, or Prayer?” Sir Thomas More: Utopia. R. M. Adams (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1975): 203–12.
  • Binder, J. “More'sUtopia in English: A Note on Translation.” Modern Language Notes,  62 (1947): 370–76. 
  • Bleich, D. “More’s Utopia: Confessional Modes.” American Imago, Vol. 28 (1971): 24–52.
  • Bleiler, E. F. “Pieter Gillis and More’sUtopia.” Extrapolation, Vol. 27 (1986): 304–
  • Bonner, L. “St. Thomas More: Utopia and the World Today.” Moreana, Vol.  98/99 (1988): 5–8.
  • Brann, E. “An Exquisite Platform:Utopia.” Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 3 (1972): 1–
  • Brooks, P. “Notes on Rare Books.”New York Time Book Review, Vol. 27 (July 1941): 19. [On Tunstall's copy of ]
  • Bush, D. Review of Moreana, Vol. 7 (1965): 85–92.
  • Caspari, F. “Sir Thomas More.” Humanism and the Social Order in Tudor England (New York: Teachers College Press, 1954): 90–
  • Chambers, R. W. Utopia: A New Translation, Backgrounds, Criticism. R. M. Adams (New York: W. W. Norton and Co., 1975): 148–59.
  • Crossett, J. “An Omission in Robynson's Translation of More’s” Notes & Queries, Vol. 7 (1960): 367.
  • D’Amico, J. “The Garden of King Utopus: Leisure in Utopia.” Midwest Review, Pittsburg, Kansas, Vol. 26 (1985): 499–509.
  • Davis, W. R. “Thomas More's Utopia as Fiction.” Centennial Review, Vol. 24 (1980): 249–
  • Derrett, J. D. M. “The Utopian Alphabet.” Moreana, Vol. 12 (1966): 61–
  • —. “The Utopians’ Stoic Chamber–” Moreana, Vol. 73 (1982): 75–76.
  • Dooley, P. K. “More’s Utopia: An Ecosystem at Climax Stage.” Moreana, Vol. 101/102 (1990): 37–
  • Doyle, C. C. “Utopia and the Proper Place of Gold: Classical Sources and Renaissance Analogues.” Moreana, Vol. 31/32 (1971): 47–
  • —. “The Utopians’ Therapeutic Chamber-Pots.” Moreana, Vol. 73 (1982): 75.
  • Eliot, W., ed. Machiavelli, More, Luther, Vol. 36 of The Harvard Classics. 50 vols. (New York: P. F. Collier & Son, 1910). 135–243.
  • Ferguson, A. F. “Review.” Journal of History of Ideas, Vol. 29 (1968): 303–10.
  • Fortier, Mardelle L. and Robert F. Fortier. The Utopian Thought of St. Thomas More and Its Development in Literature (Lewiston: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1992).
  • Fox, A. “The Morean Synthesis: Thomas More: History and Providence (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1983). 50–75.
  • Freeman, J. “A Model Territory: Enclosure in More’s ” The Territorial Rights of Nations and Peoples. Ed. J. R. Jacobson (New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989): 241–67.
  • —. “More’s ‘Island of Improvement’: A Field Theory Approach to Utopia.” Moreana, Vol. 118/119 (1994): 61–84.
  • Gallagher, L., ed. “Utopiaby Thomas More.” More's Utopia and its Critics (Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1964): 1– 
  • Gee, J. A. “Cuthbert Tunstall’s Copy of the First Edition of” Yale University Library Gazette, Vol. 7 (1933): 87–88. [On More’s friendship with Tunstall, the head of the 1515 “Utopian” Mission, and on Tunstall’s copy of the 1516 edition of Utopia acquired by Yale.]
  • —. “The Second Edition of theUtopia, Paris, 1517.” Yale University Library Gazette, Vol. 15 (1941): 77– [On the Yale copy of the 1517 edition of Utopia.]
  • Goitein, H., ed.Utopia (New York: E. P. Dutton, 1925).
  • Greenblatt, S. “More, Role–Playing and ” Yale Review, Vol. 67 (1977/78): 517–36.
  • Gury, J. “The Abolition of the Rural World in ” Moreana, Vol. 43/44 (1974): 67–69.
  • Halpern, R. “Rational Kernel, Mystical Shell: Reification and Desire in Thomas More’s ” The Poetics of Primitive Accumulation: English Renaissance Culture and the Genealogy of Capital (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991): 136–75, 293–99.
  • Hammond, E. R. “Hythloday's Questions: Clues to his Character? Or Provokers of Thought?” Moreana, Vol. 70 (1981): 25–27.
  • Hansot, E. “The Utopia of Thomas More.” Perfection and Progress: Two Modes of Utopian Thought (Cambridge, Mass: The Michigan Institute of Technology Press, 1974). 59–78.
  • Harris, M. et al., ed. “Thomas More:” Introduction to Contemporary Civilization in the West. Vol. I (New York: Columbia University Press, 3rd ed. rev. 1960): 647–76.
  • Heiserman, A. R. “Satire in the Utopia,” Publications in the Modern Language Association of America, Vol. 78, No. 3 (June 1963):163–174.
  • Hertzler, J. O. “The Utopia of Sir Thomas More.” The History of Utopian Thought (New York: MacMillan, 1923).
  • Hexter, J. H. “Introduction: The Composition of Utopia,” and “Appendix A: More's Visit to Antwerp in 1515.” Vol. 4 of The Yale Edition of the Complete Works of St. Thomas More. Ed. E. Surtz and J. H. Hexter (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1965): xv–xxiii, 571–76.
  • —. “Utopia and Geneva.” Action and Conviction in Early Modern Europe. T. K. Rabb and J. E. Seigel (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1969): 77–89.
  • —. “Intention, Words and Meaning: The Case of More's ” New Literary History, Vol. 6 (1976) 529–41.
  • Itkonen-Kaila, M. “Translating Utopia: 2. Four English Translations of Utopia: Four Different Styles.” Moreana, Vol. 34 (1972): 42– [On the translations of Robynson, Surtz, Turner and Marshall.]
  • Johnson, R. S. “The Argument for Reform in More’s ” Moreana, Vol. 31/32 (1971): 123–34.
  • Kennedy, W. J. “The Style of Ironic Discourse: More’s ” Rhetorical Norms in Renaissance Literature (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1978. 94–104, 211–12.
  • Kenyon, T. A. “The Problem of Freedom and Moral Behavior in Thomas More’s Utopia.” Journal of Historical Philosophy, Vol. 21 (1983): 349–
  • Khanna, L. C. “Utopia: The Case for Open-mindedness in the Commonwealth.” Moreana, Vol. 31/32 (1971): 91–
  • Kinney, A. F. “Encomium Sapientiae: Thomas More and ” Humanist Poetics: Thought, Rhetoric, and Fiction in Sixteenth-century England (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1986). 57–88, 461–68.
  • Kronenberg, M. E. “Some Notes on the First Edition of the Utopia.” Moreana, Vol. 15/16 (1967): 134–136.
  • Lakowski, Romuald Ian. “A Bibliography of Thomas More’s Utopia.” Early Modern Literary Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2 (1995): 6.1–10.
  • Lewis, C. S.“A Jolly Invention.” in Utopia: A New Translation, Backgrounds, Criticism.  R. M. Adams (New York: W. W. Norton, 1975): 217–20.
  • Levine, J. M. “Method in the History of Ideas: More, Machiavelli and Quentin Skinner.” Annals of Scholarship, Vol. 3, No. 4 (1986): 37–
  • Logan, G. M. The Meaning of More’s Utopia (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983).
  • —. “The Argument of ” Interpreting Thomas More’s Utopia. Ed. J. C. Olin (New York: Fordham University Press, 1989): 7–35.
  • —. “Utopia and Deliberative Rhetoric.” Moreana, Vol.118/119 (1994): 103–
  • Logan, J. F. “Gilbert Burnet and his Whiggish ”Moreana, Vol. 46 (1975): 13–20.
  • Manuel, F. E. Review of History and Theory, Vol. 6 (1967): 127–30. [On Hexter’s and Surtz’s introductions.]
  • Manuel, F. E., and F. P. “The Passion of Thomas More.” Utopian Thought in the Western World. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press for Harvard University Press, 1979): 117–49, 822–
  • Marius, R. “The Building of Utopia,” and “Utopia's Religion and Thomas More’s Faith.” Thomas More: A Biography(New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1984). 
  • Mates, J., and E. Cantelupe, eds. “Sir Thomas More:” Renaissance Culture: A New Sense of Order (New York: George Braziler, 1966). 83–85, 368–72.
  • McClung, W. “Designing Utopia.” Moreana, Vol.118/119 (1994): 9–28.
  • McCutcheon, E. “Thomas More, Raphael Hythlodaeus, and the Angel Raphael.” Studies in English Literature, Vol. 9 (1965): 21–38.
  • McKinnon, D. G. “The Marginal Glosses in More’s Utopia: The Character of the Commentator.” Renaissance Papers, 1970. D. G. Donovan (Columbus, SC: The Southeastern Renaissance Conference, 1971): 11–19.
  • Miller, C. H. Review of English Language News, Vol. 3 (1965/66): 303–09.
  • —. “The English Translation in the Yale Utopia: Some Corrections.” Moreana, Vol. 9 (1966): 57–
  • Milligan, B. A., intro. “Utopia:Sir Thomas More.” Three Renaissance Classics: The Prince, Utopia, The Courtier (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1953): 105–239, 620– 
  • Nagel, A. F. “Lies and the Limitable Inane: Contradiction in More’s ” Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 26 (1973): 173–80.
  • Negley, G., and J. M. Patrick, eds. “Utopia, 1516:By Sir Thomas More, Lord Chancellor of England, Saint and Martyr.” The Quest for Utopia: An Anthology of Imaginary Societies (New York: Henry Schumann, 1952): 261– 
  • O’Brien, B. “J. H. Hexter and the Text ofUtopia:A Reappraisal.” Moreana, Vol. 110 (1992): 19–
  • O’Grady, W. “A Note on Busleyden’s Letter to Thomas More.” Moreana, Vol. 11 (1966): 33–
  • Olin, John C., ed. Interpreting Thomas More’s “Utopia” (New York: Fordham University Press, 1989).
  • Palmer, W. G. “Still More onUtopia: A Revival of The Catholic Interpretation? A Review Essay.” Southern Humanities Review, Vol. 19 (1985): 347– 
  • Park, James W. “The Utopian Economics of Sir Thomas More,” The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Vol. 30, No. 3 (July 1971): 275-288.
  • Picton, J. A. et al. “Sir Thomas More's ‘Utopia.’” Notes &Queries, Vol. 77 (1888): 101–02, 229–31, 371.
  • Quattrocki, E. “Injustice, not Councilorship: The Theme of Book One of ” Moreana, Vol.31/32 (1971): 19–28.
  • Renkl, M. “Did Utopian Chickens Dance?” Moreana, Vol.77 (1983): 35–38.
  • Rexroth, K. “Thomas More: Classics Revisited (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1965): 154–59.
  • Rudat, W. E. H. “Thomas More, Hythloday, and Odysseus: An Anatomy of ” American Imago, Vol. 37 (1980): 38–48.
  • —. “More's Raphael Hythloday: Missing the Point in Utopia Once More.” Moreana, Vol.69 (1981): 41–64.
  • Sanderlin, George. “The Meaning of Thomas More’s ‘Utopia.’” College English, Vol. 12, No. 2 (November 1950): 74–77.
  • Sawada, P. A. “Toward the Definition of ”Moreana, Vol. 31/32 (1971): 135–46.
  • Schoeck, R. J. “Towards Understanding St. Thomas More: A Survey of Recent More Studies in America,” The Catholic Lawyer, Vol. 2, No. 1, Article 10 (2016). [Reprinted from 1956].
  • —. “The Intellectual Milieu of More's Utopia: Some Notes.” Moreana, Vol.1 (1963): 40–46.
  • —. “‘A Nursery of Correct and Useful Institutions’: On Reading More's Utopia as Dialogue.” Moreana, Vol. 22 (1969): 19–32.
  • Seeber, H. U. “Hythloday as Preacher and a Possible Debt to Macrobius.” Moreana, Vol.31/32 (1971): 71–86.
  • Sirluck, E. Review of Studies in English Literature, Vol. 6 (1966): 173.
  • Skinner, Q. “More's Utopia.” Past &Present, Vol. 38 (1967): 154–68.
  • —. “Sources, Parallels, and Influences: Supplementary to the Yale ”Moreana, Vol. 9 (1966): 5–11.
  • —. “The Illustrations in the Yale ” Moreana, Vol. 10 (1966): 55–73.
  • Sowards, J. K. “Some Factors in the Re-Evaluation of Thomas More's” Northwest Missouri State College Studies, Vol. 16 (1952): 31–58.
  • Stevens, I. N. “Aesthetic Distance in the ” Moreana, Vol. 43/44 (1974): 13–24.
  • Sullivan, E. D. S. “Place in No Place: Examples of the Ordered Society in Literature.” The Utopian Vision: Seven Essays on the Quincentennial of Sir Thomas More. E. D. S. Sullivan (San Diego, CA: San Diego State University Press, 1983): 29–49.
  • Surtz, E. L. "Interpretations of" Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 38 (1952): 156–74.
  • Surtz, E. “Thomas More and Communism.” Publications of the Modern Language Association, Vol. 64 (1949): 549–64.
  • Surtz, E. “St Thomas More and his Utopian Embassy of 1515.”Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 39 (1953/4): 272–
  • —. The Praise of Pleasure: Philosophy, Education and Communism in More’sUtopia (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1957): 161–
  • —. The Praise of Wisdom: A Commentary on the Religious and Moral Problems and Backgrounds of St. Thomas More’sUtopia (Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1957). 
  • —. “Humanism and Communism.” inUtopia: A Revised Translation, Backgrounds, Criticism.  R. M. Adams (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1992): 169–81.
  • Suzuki, Y. “Utopia” Moreana, Vol. 67/68 [Thomas More Gazette,  Vol. 2] (1980): 31–34.
  • Teunissen, Roger and Evelyn J. Hinz. “Roger Williams, Thomas More, and the Narragansett Utopia,” Early American Literature, Vol. 11, No. 3 (1976/1977): 281-295.
  • Thomson, P. Rev. of Notes & Queries, new series, Vol. 13 (1966): 72–73.
  • Trapp, J. B. Rev. of Renaissance News, Vol. 19 (1966): 373–75.
  • Trevor-Roper, H. “The Intellectual World of Sir Thomas More.”American Scholar, Vol. 48 (Winter 1978/79): 19–
  • Weiner, A. D. “Raphael’s Eutopia and More's Utopia: Christian Humanism and the Limits of Reason.” Huntington Library Quarterly, Vol. 39 (1975): 1–
  • White, F. R., ed. “Utopia.” Famous Utopias of the Renaissance (New York: Packard and Company, 1946).
  • White, H. C. “The Utopia and Commonwealth Tradition.” Social Criticism in Popular Religious Literature of the Sixteenth Century (New York: MacMillan, 1944): 41–81, 292–
  • White, T. I. “An Index Verborum to the Yale ”Moreana, Vol. 52 (1976): 5–17.
  • —. “The Key to Nowhere: Pride and ” Interpreting Thomas More’s Utopia. Ed. J. C. Olin. New York: Fordham University Press, 1989. 37–60.
  • Williams, F. B. “Utopia’s Chickens Come Home to Roost.” Moreana, Vol. 69 (1982): 77–78.
  • Williamson, G. “Sir Thomas More's View of Drama.” Modern Language Notes, Vol. 43 (1928): 294–96.
  • Wooden, W. W. “Sir Thomas More, Satirist: A Study of the Utopia as Literary Satire.” (Nashville, Tennessee: Diss. Vanderbilt University, 1971).
  • —. “Utopia and Arcadia: An Approach to More’s ” College Literature, Vol. 6 (1979): 30–40.
  • —. “The Wit of Thomas More's ” Studies in the Humanities, Vol. 7, No. 2 (1979): 43–51.
  • —. “Utopia and Dystopia: The Paradigm of Thomas More’s” Southern Humanities Review, Vol. 14, No. 2 (1980): 97–110. 
  • Wooden, W. W., and J. N. Wall. “Thomas More and the Painter's Eye: Visual Perspective and Artistic Purpose in More’s ” Journal of Medievaland Renaissance Studies, Vol. 15 (1985): 231–63.
  • Zandvoort, R. W. Review of English Studies 47 (1966): 219.
  • Zandvoort, R. W. “On Translating ” Moreana, Vol. 15/16 (1967): 137–40. [Compares G. C. Richards’s translation, used in the Yale edition, unfavorably with Paul Turner’s translation in the Penguin Classics.]

            A SELECTION OF AMERICAN STUDIES ON UTOPIA AND UTOPIAS

  • Adams, R. M., trans.Utopia: A New Translation, Backgrounds, Criticism (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1975), second revised. ed. 1992.
  • Adams, R. P. The Better Part of Valor: More, Erasmus, Colet and Vives on Humanism, War, and Peace, 14961535 (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1962).
  • Altman, J. B. “Propedeutic for Drama: Questions as Fiction.” The Tudor Play of Mind: Rhetorical Inquiry and the Development of Elizabethan Drama (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978): 64–106.
  • Barker, E. Twentieth Century Interpretations of Ed. W. Nelson (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1968): 100–02.
  • Bevington, D. M. “The Divided Mind.” Twentieth Century Interpretations of Ed. W. Nelson (Englewood Cliff, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1968): 76–87.
  • Bierman, J. “Science and Society in the New Atlantis and Other Renaissance Utopias.” Publications in the Modern Language Association of America, Vol. 78 (1963): 492–500.
  • Burton, Hon. Theodore E. Burton. “Effect of European Influence on America,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 108 (July 1923):162–165.
  • Cavanaugh, J. R. “Utopia: Sound from Somewhere.” Moreana, Vol. 35 (1972): 27–38.
  • Cave, Alfred A. “Thomas More and the New World,” Albion 23, No. 2 (Summer 1991): 209–229.
  • Cousins, A. D. and Damian Grace, Eds. More’s Utopia and the Utopia Inheritance (New York: University Press of America, 1995).
  • Crossett, J. “More and Seneca.” Philological Quarterly, Vol. 40 (1961): 577–80.
  • Donnelly, D. F. “Utopia and Gulliver's Travels: Another Perspective.” Moreana, Vol. 97 (1988): 115–24.
  • Dust, P. Three Renaissance Pacifists: Essays in the Theories of Erasmus, More and Vives. American University Studies 23, Series IX History (New York: Peter Lang, 1987).
  • Elliott, R. C.The Shape of Utopia (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1970).
  • Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Self-Reliance and Other Essays. ARC Manor, 2007. [Reprinted from 1841].
  • Founding Fathers. United States Bill of Rights. Kindle, 2001 [Republished from 1775].
  • Fox, A.Utopia: An Elusive Vision. Twayne Masterworks Studies 103 (New York: Twayne, 1993).
  • Frietzsche, A. H. “The Impact of Applied Science Upon the Utopian Ideal.” Brigham Young University Studies,Vol. 3, No. 3/4 (Spr./Summ. 1961): 35–42.
  • Gallagher, L., ed. “Twentieth-Century Opinion.” More’sUtopia and its Critics (Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1964): 91–  
  • Greene, J. J. “Utopia and Early More Biography.” Moreana, Vol. 31/32 (1971): 199–208.
  • Harbison, E. H. “Machiavelli's Prince and More’s ” Rice Institute Pamphlets, Vol. 44, No. 3 (1957): 1–46.
  • Henry, Patrick. Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death. Audiobook. 2016 [Reprinted from 1775].
  • Hexter, J. H.More’s Utopia: The Biography of an Idea (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1952). 
  • —. “Claude de Seyssel and Normal Politics in the Age of Machiavelli.” Art, Science and History in the Renaissance. C. S. Singleton (Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins Press, 1967): 389–415.
  • Hitchens, Christopher. Prepared for the Worst: Selected Essays and Minority Reports (New York: Hill & Wang, 1988).
  • Jefferson, Thomas. The Declaration of Independence (Brooklyn: Verso, 2007). [Reprinted from 1776].
  • Johnson, R. S.More’s Utopia: Ideal and Illusion (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1969). 
  • Jones, J. P. “The Humanist:” Thomas More (Boston, MA: G. K. Hall: Twayne, 1979): 59–77, 151–53.
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr. Letter from the Birmingham Jail (San Francisco: Harper One, 1994).
  • Konecsni, J. “Sir Humfrey Gilbert, Utopia, and America.” Moreana, Vol. 51 (1976): 124–25.
  • Knapp, J. An Empire Nowhere: England, America, and Literature from Utopia to The Tempest. Studies in Cultural Poetics, Vol. 16 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992).
  • Krishna, Sankaran. “Obama, Charisma, America, Utopia,” Economic and Political Weekly, 42, No. 3 (January 20-26, 2007), 212.
  • Lincoln, Abraham. The Gettysburg Address. (New York: HMH Books for Young Readers, 1998). [Reprinted from 1863].
  • Logan, G. M. “InterpretingUtopia: Ten Recent Studies and the Modern Critical Editions.” Moreana, Vol. 118/119 (1994): 203– 
  • McCutcheon, E. “War Games in ” The Portrayal of Life Stages in English Literature, 15001800: Infancy, Youth, Marriage, Aging, Death, Martyrdom. Essays in Honor of Warren Wooden. Ed. J. Watson, and P. McM. Pittman. Studies in British History, Vol. 10 (Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellon Press, 1989): 29–56.
  • Mezciems, J. “The Unity of Swift's ‘Voyage to Laputa’: Structure as Meaning in Utopian Fiction.” Modern Language Review, 72 (1977): 1–21.
  • Morgan, A. E. Nowhere Was Somewhere: How History makes Utopias and how Utopias make History (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1946): 34–38.
  • Mumford, L. The Story of Utopias (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1922): 59–78.
  • Murdoch, Norman H. “Rose Culture and Social Reform: Edward Bellamy’s Looking Backward (1888) and William Booth’s Darkest England and the Way Out (1890),” Utopian Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2 (1992): 91–101.
  • —. Emancipation Proclamation. (Kindle, 1998). [Republished from 1864].
  • Nelson, W., ed. Twentieth Century Interpretations of Utopia (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1968).
  • Nourse, J. T. “The Rational Realms of More and Swift.” A Christian Approach to Western Literature. A. A. Norton and J. T. Nourse (Westminster, MA: Newman Press, 1961): 217–37.
  • Olin, J. C. “The Idea of Utopia from Hesiod to John Paul II.” Interpreting Thomas More's Ed. J. C. Olin (New York: Fordham University Press, 1989): 77–98.
  • Olin, J. C. “More, Montaigne and Matthew Arnold: Thoughts on the Utopian Vision.” Erasmus, Utopia, and the Jesuits: Essays on the Outreach of Humanism (New York: Fordham University Press, 1994): xv, 71–84.
  • Paine, Thomas. Common Sense (Chicago: Penguin, 2005). Reprinted
  • Pilgrim Fathers. [Republished from 1620]. The Mayflower Compact (Kindle, 2011).
  • Reilly, E. J. “Irony in Gulliver’s Travels and ” Utopian Studies Vol. 3, No.1 (1992): 70–83.
  • Roosevelt, Theodore. Strenuous Life. (Carlisle, Maine: Applewood Books, 1970).
  • Rowse, A. L. “Utopia versus Realism.” Discoveries and Reviews: From Renaissance to Restoration (New York: MacMillan Press, 1975): 140–44.
  • Sargent, L. T. “Secondary Works on Utopian Literature.”British and American Utopian Literature, 15161975: An Annotated Bibliography (Boston, MA: G. K. Hall & Co., 1979): 167– 
  • Skinner, B. F. Walden Two (New York: Macmillian, 1976).
  • Sinclair, Upton. The Brass Check (1912). [Self-Published].
  • Thoreau, Henry David. Civil Disobedience and Other Essays. (Overland Park: Digireads.com, 2005). [Republished from 1995].
  • Tod, I., and M. Wheeler. “The Renaissance City State: ” Utopia (New York: Harmony Books, 1978).
  • Traugott, J. “A Voyage to Nowhere with Thomas More and Jonathan Swift: Utopia and The Voyage to the Houyhnhnms.Sewanee Review, Vol. 69 (1961): 534–65.
  • Vickers, B. “The Satiric Structure of Gulliver’s Travels and More's ” The World of Jonathan Swift. Ed. B. Vickers (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1968. 233–57.