Bibliography

  1. Utopian Texts
    1. Chronological List of Utopian Texts
    2. Anthologies
  2. Reference Works
    1. Encyclopedias and Dictionaries
    2. Bibliographies
  3. General Studies
  4. Topics
    1. Ancient World
    2. Architecture
    3. Cartography
    4. Communism
    5. Education
    6. Enlightenment
    7. Family
    8. Gender
      1. Early Modern Feminism
    9. Genre
      1. Science Fiction
    10. Geography
    11. History
    12. The Ideal City
    13. Language
    14. Law
    15. Middle Ages
    16. Moon Travel
    17. Politics
      1. Republicanism
    18. Practical Applications
    19. Religion
    20. Science
    21. Slavery
    22. Society
    23. Theatre
    24. Time
    25. Travel Writing
    26. War
  1. Countries and Continents
    1. Africa
    2. Asia
    3. England
    4. France
    5. Italy
      1. Venice
    6. Spain
    7. New World
    8. Terra Australis Incognita
  2. Individual Authors
    1. Agostini, Ludovico
    2. Alberti, Leon Battista
    3. Allais, Denis Vairasse d'
    4. Andreae, J. V.
    5. Aristotle
    6. Astell, Mary
    7. Bacon, Francis
    8. Burgh, James
    9. Burton, Robert
    10. Campanella, Tomasso
    11. Cardano, Girolamo
    12. Cavendish, Margaret
    13. Comenius, Jan Amos
    14. Cyrano de Bergerac, Savinien
    15. Defoe, Daniel
    16. Diderot, Denis
    17. Doni, Francesco
    18. Eberlin von Gunzberg
    19. Eliot, John
    20. Fénelon, François
    21. Filarate
    22. Foigny, Gabriel de
    23. Glanvill, Joseph
    24. Godwin, Francis
    25. Gott, Samuel
    26. Hall, Joseph
    27. Harrington, James
    28. Hume, David
    1. Johnson, Samuel
    2. Ledoux, Claude Nicolas
    3. Leibniz, G. W.
    4. Lodwick, Francis
    5. 'I. D. M.' [Antangil]
    6. Mercier, L. S.
    7. More, Thomas
      1. Primary
      2. Secondary
        1. Biography
        2. General Studies
        3. Bibliography
        4. Topics
          1. Geography
          2. Humanism
          3. Iconography
          4. Intellectual Life
          5. Language, Rhetoric, Names
          6. New World
          7. Politics
          8. Reception
          9. Sources
          10. Religion
          11. Specific Sections
    8. Neville, Henry
    9. Patrizi, Francesco
    10. Phillips, Ambrose
    11. Plato
    12. Plattes, Gabriel
    13. Quiroga, Vasco de
    14. Rabelais, François
    15. Salomon, Bernard
    16. Scott, Sarah
    17. Shakespeare, William
    18. Stiblin, Kaspar
    19. Swift, Jonathan
    20. Voltaire
    21. Winstanley, Gerrard
    22. Zuccolo, Lodovico

This bibliography has been constructed for their Themes and Sources class on 'Utopian Writing, 1516-1789' by Dr Richard Serjeantson and Dr Clare Jackson. Corrections, comments, and additions are welcome, and may be emailed to them.


  1. Utopian Texts
    1. Chronological List of Utopian Texts
    2. Note: not all of these texts are necessarily 'utopias' in the strict sense (whether there can be said to be a strict sense of this term is another matter), but they all have elements of the genre - or are used in our course.

      Several early modern utopian texts can be found in digital reproductions of the original editions on Early English Books Online (EEBO) and/or Gallica.

      The compilers of the New York Public Library exhibition Utopia: the search for the ideal society in the western world have put together an even more comprehensive bibliography of primary texts, starting at 1516. See also the hardly less comprehensive primary bibliography of the exhibition "Utopie, la qu�te de la soci�t� id�ale en Occident" at the Bibliothèque nationale de France.

      Antiquity
      PLATO (c. 429-347 BCE), Republic (late 370s BCE)
      LUCIAN (born c. 120 CE), The True History

      Early Modern
      THOMAS MORE (1478-1535), De optimo reipublicae statu deque nova insula Utopia (Louvain, 1516)
      JOHANN EBERLIN VON G�NZBURG (c. 1470-1533), New Statuten die Psitacus gebracht hat auss dem Land Wolfaria (Basel, 1521)
      ANTON FRANCESCO DONI (1513-1574), I Mondi (1552)
      FRANCESCO PATRIZI (1529-1597), La città felice (Venice, 1553)
      KASPAR STIBLIN, Commentariolus de eudaemonensium republica (Basel, 1555)
      FRANÇOIS RABELAIS (c. 1495-1553), Oeuvres (Lyon, 1558)
      LODOVICO AGOSTINI (1534-1590), La repubblica imaginaria (written 1585-90)
      TOMMASO CAMPANELLA (1568-1639), La città del sole (first Italian version composed 1602; first Latin version published 1623)
      JOSEPH HALL (1574-1656), Mundus alter et idem ('Frankfurt' [i.e. London], 1605)
      WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, Henry VI Part II (c. 1590), Act IV, scene 2, and The Tempest (1611)
      'I. D. M., GENTILHOMME TOURANGEAU', Histoire du grand et admirable royaume d'Antangil (Saumur, 1616) [On Gallica N101920]
      JOHANN VALENTIN ANDREAE (1586-1654), Reipublicae Christianopolitanae descriptio (Strasbourg, 1619)
      LODOVICO ZUCCOLO, Dialoghi (Venice, 1625)
      FRANCIS BACON (1561-1626), New Atlantis (London, 1627)
      'DEMOCRITUS JUNIOR' (i.e. ROBERT BURTON) (1577-1640), The Anatomy of Melancholy (Oxford, 1632), 'Democritus to the Reader'
      'DOMINGO GONSALES' (i.e. FRANCIS GODWIN) (1562-1633), The Man in the Moone. Or A discourse of a voyage thither (London, 1638)
      [GABRIEL PLATTES] (d. 1662), A Description of the Famous Kingdome of Macaria (London, 1641)
      [SAMUEL GOTT], Novae solymae (London, 1648)
      GERRARD WINSTANLEY (1609-1676), The Law of Freedom (London, 1652)
      JAMES HARRINGTON (1611-1677), The Commonwealth of Oceana (London, 1656)
      ANON., 'Letters from Utopia' in Mercurius Politicus (London, 1659)
      SAVINIEN CYRANO DE BERGERAC (1619-1655), Les estats et empires de la lune (Paris, 1657) and Les estats et empires du soleil (Paris, 1662)
      FRANCIS LODWICK (1619–1694), A Country Not Named (c. 1655/c. 1680?)
      MARGARET CAVENDISH, DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLE (1623?-1673), The Description of a New Blazing World (London, 1666)
      [HENRY NEVILLE] (1620-1694), The Isle of Pines, or, A late discovery of a fourth island in Terra Australis, Incognita (London, 1668) [Wing N505] and A New and Further Discovery of the Islle of Pines (London, 1668) [Wing N509].
      JOHANN AMOS COMENIUS (1592-1670), 'Panorthosia', in De rerum humanarum emendatione consultatio catholica (before 1670)
      [EDWARD HOWARD] (fl. 1669), The Six Days Adventure; Or, the New Utopia (London, 1671)
      JOSEPH GLANVILL (d. 1680), 'Anti-Fanatical Religion and Free Philosophy. In a Continuation of the New Atlantis', in Essays on Several Important Subjects in Philosophy and Religion (London, 1676)
      GABRIEL De FOIGNY (1630-1692), Les Avantures de Jacques Sadeur dans la Decouverte et le Voyage de la Terre Australe (Geneva, 1676)
      DENIS VAIRASSE D'ALLAIS (c. 1630-1672), Histoire des Séverambes (Paris, 1677-79)
      BERNARD le BOVIER de FONTENELLE (1657-1757), Entretiens sue la pluralit� des mondes (Paris, 1686)
      MARY ASTELL (1668-1731), A Serious Proposal to the Ladies (London, 1694)
      FRANÇOIS DE SALIGNAC DE LA MOTHE-FÉNELON (1651-1715), Les Aventures de Télémaque (Paris, 1699)
      'DR. MERRYMAN' (i.e. EDWARD WARD, attrib.) (1667-1731), The Island of Content; Or, a New Paradise Discovered (London, 1709)
      [AMBROSE EVANS], The Adventures and Surprizing Deliverances of James Dubourideu and his Wife (London, 1719)
      SAMUEL BLUNT, A Voyage to Cacklogalliania (London, 1727)
      'MORRIS WILLIAMS' (i.e. AMBROSE PHILLIPS) (1674/5-1749), The Fortunate Shipwreck, or a Description of New Athens (London, 1720)
      JONATHAN SWIFT (1667-1745), Gulliver's Travels (London, 1726)
      'GISANDER' (i.e. JOHANN GOTTFRIED SCHNABEL), Die Insel Felsenburg (Nordhausen, 1731)
      DAVID HUME (1711-1776), 'Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth', in Political Discourses (Edinburgh, 1752)
      WILLIAM SMITH (1727-1803), A General Idea of the College of Mirania (New York, 1753)
      [VOLTAIRE] (1694-1778), Candide, ou l'Optimisme, traduit de l'allemand de M. le docteur Ralph (Geneva, 1759)
      SAMUEL JOHNSON, The History of Rasselas Prince of Abissinia (London, 1759)
      JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU (1712-1778), Émile ('À la Haye' [i.e. Paris], 1762)
      'J. VANDER NECK' (i.e. JAMES BURGH) (1714-75), An Account of the First Settlement, Laws, Form of Government, and Police, of the Cessares, a People of South America (London, 1764)
      ANON., Private Letters from an American in England to his Friends in America (London, 1769)
      LOUIS SÉBASTIEN MERCIER (1740-1814), L'An 2440 (Paris, 1771)
      DENIS DIDEROT (1713-1784), Supplément au voyage de Bougainville (1773)
      [SARAH SCOTT] (d. 1795), Millennium Hall (London, 1778)
      'PHILELEUTHERUS DEVONIENSIS' (i.e. THOMAS NORTHMORE) (1766-1851), Memoirs of Planetes; Or, a Sketch of the Laws and Manners of Makar (London, 1795)

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    3. Anthologies
    4. Note: In general you should avoid using anthologies which publish only extracts of works (here marked by an asterisk) for your long essays. In other cases, however, anthologies can provide the best and most scholarly version of texts that are often otherwise hard to find.]

      Gregory Claeys and Lyman Tower Sargent, eds., The Utopia Reader (New York: New York University Press, 1999)

      * John Carey, ed. The Faber Book of Utopias (London: Faber, 1999)

      Susan Bruce, Three Early Modern Utopias (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999)

      Gregory Claeys, ed. Restoration and Augustan British Utopias (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1999)

      Gregory Claeys, ed. Modern British Utopias, 1700-1850, 8 vols (London: Pickering & Chatto, 1997)

      Gregory Claeys, ed. Utopias of the British Enlightenment, Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)

      Richard Saage, ed. Politische Utopien der Neuzeit (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1991; repr. Bochum, 2000)

      * Frank Edward Manuel and Fritzie P. Manuel, eds., French Utopias: An anthology of ideal societies (New York: Free Press, 1966)

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  2. Reference Works
    1. Encyclopedias and Dictionaries
    2. Vita Fortunati and Raymond Trousson, eds., Dictionary of Literary Utopias, (Paris: Honor� Champion �diteur, 2000)

      R. C. S. Trahair, Utopias and Utopians: An Historical Dictionary (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1999)

      Alberto Manguel and Gianni Guadalupi, The Dictionary of Imaginary Places (London: Granada, 1981)

      Pierre Versins, Encyclop�die de l'utopie des voyages extraordinaires et de la science fiction (Lausanne: L'Age d'homme, 1972)

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    3. Bibliographies
    4. Utopian Literature: A Selective Bibliography [to accompany the New York Public Library Exhibition on Utopias].

      R. I. Lakowski, 'A bibliography of Thomas More's Utopia', Early Modern Literary Studies, 1 (1995), 6.1-10

      Paul G. Haschak, Utopian/Dystopian Literature: A bibliography of literary criticism (Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1994)

      Lyman Tower Sargent, 'Contemporary scholarship on utopianism', L'Esprit Cr�ateur, 34 (1994), 123-29

      Lyman Tower Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985: An annotated, chronological bibliography (New York: Garland, 1988)

      Arthur O. Lewis, Utopian Literature in The Pennsylvania State University Libraries: A Selected Bibliography (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Libraries, 1984)

      Glenn Negley, Utopian Literature: A Bibliography with a Supplementary Listing of Works Influential in Utopian Thought (Lawrence: Regents Press of Kansas, 1978)

      Michael Winter, Compendium Utopiarum: Typologie und Bibliographie literarischer Utopien, Repertorien zur deutschen Literaturgeschichte 8, vol. I: Von der Antike bis zur deutschen Fr�haufkl�rung (Stuttgart: Metzler, 1978)

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  3. General Studies
    1. Books
    2. Christopher Kendrick, Utopia, Carnival, and Commonwealth in Renaissance England (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004)

      Guiseppe Mazzotta, Cosmopoesis: the Renaissance Experiment (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2001)

      Roland Schaer, Gregory Claeys and Lyman Tower Sargent, eds., Utopia: The Search for the Ideal Society in the Western World (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000)

      Gregory Claeys and Lyman Tower Sargent, eds., The Utopia Reader (New York: New York University Press, 1999)

      E. M. Cioran, History and Utopia, trans. by Richard Howard (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998)

      Marina Leslie, Renaissance Utopias and the Problem of History (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1998)

      Karl Mannheim, Ideology and Utopia, preface by Louis Wirth, introd. by Bryan S. Turner, Collected Works of Karl Mannheim 1 (London: Routledge, 1997)

      Pamela Neville-Sington and David Sington, Paradise Dreamed: How Utopian thinkers have changed the modern world (London: Bloomsbury, 1993)

      Ruth Levitas, The Concept of Utopia (New York: Syracuse University Press, 1990)

      A. Owen Aldridge, 'Utopianism in world literature', Tamkang Review, 14 (1984), 11-29

      Theodore Olsen, Millennialism, Utopianism, and Progress (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982)

      J. C. Davis, Utopia and the Ideal Society: A Study of English Utopian Writing, 1516-1700 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981)

      Miriam Eliav-Feldon, Realistic Utopias: The ideal imaginary societies of the Renaissance, 1516-1630 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982)

      Luigi Firpo, L'utopia nell'eta' della controriforma (Turin: G. Giappichelli, 1977)

      Melvin J. Lasky, Utopia and Revolution. On the Origins of a Metaphor or Some Illustrations of the Problem of Political Temperament and Intellectual Climate and How Ideas, Ideals, and Ideologies Have Been Historically Related (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1976)

      Franco Venturi, Utopia and Reform in the Enlightenment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971)

      Elisabeth Hansot, Perfection and Progress: Two modes of utopian thought (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1974)

      Frank E. Manuel and Fritzie P. Manuel, Utopian Thought in the Western World (Oxford: Blackwell, 1979)

      Raymond Trousson, Voyage au pays de nulle part: histoire litt�raire de la pens�e utopique (Brussels: Universit� de Bruxelles, 1975)

    3. Collections of Articles
    4. David Lee Rubin, ed. Utopias 1: 16th and 17th Centuries: From La Bo�tie to Veiras, EMF: Studies in Early Modern France 4 (Charlottesville, VA: Rookwood Press, 1998)

      Dominic Baker-Smith and C.C. Barfoot, eds., Between Dream and Nature: Essays on utopia and dystopia, DQR studies in literature 2 / Costerus n.s. 61 (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987)

      Peter Alexander and Roger Gill, eds., Utopias, Colston Papers 35 (London: Duckworth, 1984)

      Luigi Firpo, ed. Studi sull'Utopia (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1977)

      J. Ferguson, Utopias of the Classical World (London: Thames and Hudson, 1975)

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  4. Topics
    1. The Ancient World
    2. Moses I. Finley, 'Utopianism Ancient and Modern', in The Use and Abuse of History (London: 1975), pp. 178-92

      H. B. Norland, 'More's and Elyot's Political Perspectives and their Classical Precedents', Moreana, 40 (2003), 121-42

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    3. Architecture
    4. Ruth Eaton, Ideal Cities: Utopianism and the (Un)built Environment (London: Thames & Hudson, 2002)

      Anthony Grafton, Leon Battista Alberti: Master Builder of the Italian Renaissance (New York: Hill & Wang, 2000)

      Fernando Mar�as, 'From the "ideal city" to real cities: perspectives, chorographies, models, vedute', in The Triumph of the Baroque: Architecture in Europe 1600-1750, ed. by Henry A. Millon (London: Thames & Hudson, 1999), pp. 219-40

      Richard Krautheimer, 'The panels in Urbino, Baltimore and Berlin reconsidered', in The Renaissance From Bruenelleschi to Michelangelo: The Representation of Architecture, ed. by Henry A. Millon and Magnago Lampugnani (Milan: Bompiani, 1994), pp. 233-57

      Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann, The Mastery of Nature: Aspects of Art, Science, and Humanism in the Renaissance (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993)

      Christine Smith, Architecture in the Culture of Early Humanism: Ethics, aesthetics, and eloquence 1400-1470 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1992)

      Peter Sharratt, 'The imaginary city of Bernard Salomon', in Intellectual Life in Renaissance Lyon, ed. by Philip Ford and Gillian Jondorf (Cambridge: Cambridge French Colloquia, 1993), pp. 33-48

      Anthony Vidler, Claude-Nicolas Ledoux: Architecture and social reform at the end of the Ancien R�gime (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1990)

      Hubertus G�nther, 'Sforzinda: eine Idealstadt der Renaissance', in Alternative Welten in Mittelalter und Renaissance, ed. by Ludwig Schrader, Studia humaniora 10 (D�sseldorf: Droste, 1988)

      Leonardo Benevolo, The Architecture of the Renaissance, trans. by Judith Landry, 2 vols (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1978)

      Manfredo Tafuri, Architecture and Utopia: Design and capitalist development, trans. by Barbara Luigia La Penta (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1979)

      John Archer, 'Puritan Town Planning in New Haven', Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 34 (1975), 140-49

      Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, Matrix of Man: An illustrated history of urban environment (London: Pall Mall, 1968)

      Eugenio Garin, 'La cit� id�ale de la Renaissance', in Les utopies à la Renaissance, ed. by W. Lameere (Brussels: Presses Universitaires Belges, 1963)

      S. Lang, 'The Ideal City from Plato to Howard', Architectural Review, 112 (1952), 90-101

      Patrick Abercrombie, 'Ideal Cities No. 1: Christianopolis', Town Planning Review, 8 (1920)

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    5. Utopian Cartography
    6. Romuald I. Lakowski, 'Utopia and the "Pacific Rim": the cartographical evidence', Early Modern Literary Studies, 5 (1999), 1-19

      S. Hutchinson, 'Mapping Utopias', Modern Philology, 85 (1987), 170-85

      C�cile Kruyfhooft, 'A recent discovery: Utopia by Abraham Ortelius', The Map Collector, 16 (1981), 10-14

      Websites: Cartographica Neerlandica (Ortelius' map of Utopia)

      See further the section on Utopian geography.

    7. Communism
    8. David Seed, Anticipations: Essays on early science fiction and its precursors (Utopianism and Communitarianism) (Syracuse University Press, 1995)

      Timothy Kenyon, Utopian Communism and Political Thought in Early Modern England (London: Pinter, 1989)

      Quentin Skinner, 'Sir Thomas More's Utopia and the language of Renaissance humanism', in The Languages of Political Theory in Early-Modern Europe, ed. by Anthony Pagden (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), pp. 123-57

      Antonia McLean, 'Utopian communism and the state', in Humanism and the Rise of Science in England (London: Heinemann, 1972), pp. 56-61

      Edward L. Surtz, S.J., The Praise of Pleasure: Philosophy, education, and communism in More's 'Utopia' (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1957)

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    9. Education
      1. Primary
      2. The following primary texts are particularly pertinent to questions of education:

        More, Utopia
        Campanella, City of the Sun
        Andreae, Christianopolis
        Plattes, Macaria
        Rousseau, Emile

        You might also be interested in reading Erasmus's Education of a Christian Prince in relation to More's Utopia

      3. Secondary
      4. Paul A. Olson, The Kingdom of Science: Literary Utopianism and British Education, 1612-1870 (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002)

        Patrick Dooley, 'Leisure and learning in Renaissance utopias', Diogenes, 134 (1986), 19-44

        Lyman Tower Sargent, 'Utopianism in colonial America', History of Political Thought, 4 (1983), 483-522

        Mich�le Le Doeuff, 'Utopias: scholarly', Social Research, 49 (1982), 441-66

        R. J. P. Jordan, 'A new look at Rousseau as educator', Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 182 (1979), 59-72

        Dagmar Capkov�, 'The educational plans of J. A. Comenius in 1646: from a diary sent to English colleagues', History of Education, 7 (1978), 95-103

        N. E. Tanis, 'Education in John Eliot's Indian utopias 1645-1675', History of Education Quarterly, 10 (1970), 308-28

        Edward L. Surtz, S.J., The Praise of Pleasure: Philosophy, education, and communism in More's 'Utopia' (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1957)

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    10. Utopia and Enlightenment
    11. Richard Saage, 'Der Vertragsdenken und die politischen Utopien der Aufkl�rung', in Vertragsdenken und Utopie: Studien zur politischen Theorie und zur Sozialphilosophie der fr�hen Neuzeit, Suhrkamp Taschenbuch Wissenschaft 777 (Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1989), pp. 67-92

      Aldo Maffey, L'utopia della ragione, presentazione di Luigi Firpo, Serie Studi / Istituto italiano per gli studi filosofici 9 (Naples: Bibliopolis, 1987)

      Franco Venturi, Utopia and Reform in the Enlightenment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971)

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    12. The Family
    13. David Colclough, 'Ethics and politics in the New Atlantis', in Francis Bacon's 'New Atlantis', ed. by Bronwen Price, Texts in culture (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003), pp. 60-81

      Naomi Tadmor, Family and Friends in Eighteenth-Century England: Household, Kinship and Patronage (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001)

      Ralph A. Houlbrooke, The English Family 1450-1700 (London: Longman, 1984)

      Georges Van Den Abbeele, 'Utopian sexuality and its discontents: exoticism and colonialism in Le Suppl�ment au voyage de Bougainville', L'Esprit Cr�ateur, 24 (1984), 43-52

      A. Owen Aldridge, 'Polygamy in early fiction: Henry Neville and Denis Veiras', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 65 (1950), 464-72

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    14. Sex and Gender
    15. Nicole Pohl and Brenda Tooley (eds.), Gender and Utopia in the Eighteenth Century: Essays in English and French Utopian Writing (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007)

      Nicole Pohl, Women, Space and Utopia, 1600-1800 (Women and gender in the early modern world) (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006)

      Qian Ma, Feminist Utopian Discourse in Eighteenth-Century Chinese and English Fiction (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004)

      E. L. Bonin, 'Margaret Cavendish's dramatic utopias and the politics of gender', Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 40 (2000), 339-54

      Christopher Ferns, Narrating Utopia: Ideology, Gender and Form in Utopian Literature (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1999)

      Susan Bruce, 'Virgins of the world and feasts of the family: sex and the social order in two Renaissance utopias', in English Renaissance Prose: History, Language, and Politics, ed. by Neil Rhodes, Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 164 (Tempe, AZ: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1997), pp. 125-46

      Kate Lilley, 'Blazing Worlds: Seventeenth-century womens' utopian writing', in Women, Texts and Histories 1575-1760, ed. by Clare Brant and Diane Purkiss (London: Routledge, 1992), pp. 102-33

      B. B. Schnorrenberg, '"A Paradise like Eves": three eighteenth-century female utopias', Women's Studies, 9 (1982), 263-73

      E. Baruch, '"A Natural and Necessary Monster": Women in Utopia', Alternative Futures, 2 (1979), 29-48

      Judith P. Jones and Sherianne Sellers Seibel, 'Thomas More's feminism: to reform or re-form', in Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More: Selected papers from the Thomas More College Conference, ed. by Michael J. Moore (Boone, NC: Albion, 1978), pp. 67-77

      A. Owen Aldridge, 'Polygamy in early fiction: Henry Neville and Denis Veiras', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 65 (1950), 464-72

      1. Early Modern Feminism
      2. Note: there are a range of works written in the period 1516-1789 that debate the position of women in relation to education and society. Although perhaps not strictly 'utopian' in nature, they might make an interesting comparison with such works. Many are published in translation in the University of Chicago Press series 'The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe'. See especially:

        Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim, The Nobility and Preeminence of the Female Sex [1529], ed. and trans. by Jr. Albert Rabil (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996)

        Theresa M. Kenney, ed. "Women are Not Human": An Anonymous Treatise and Responses (New York: The Crossroad Publishing Company, 1998)

        Moderata Fonte, The Worth of Women: Wherein is clearly revealed their nobility and their superiority to men [c. 1592], ed. and trans. by Virginia Cox (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997)

        Anna Maria van Schurman, Whether a Christian Woman Should be Educated and Other Writings from her Intellectual Circle, ed. by Joyce L. Irwin (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998)

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    16. Genre
    17. [See also the section on Travel Writing.]

      Ingrid A. R. de Smet, Menippean Satire and the Republic of Letters 1581-1655, Travaux du Grand Si�cle 11 (Geneva: Libraire Droz, 1996)

      Christine Rees, Utopian Imagination and eighteenth-century Fiction (Harlow: Longman, 1996)

      Lyman Tower Sargent, 'The Three Faces of Utopianism revisited', Utopian Studies, 5 (1994), 1-37

      J. C. Davis, 'Formal utopia / informal millenium: the struggle between form and substance as a context for seventeenth-century utopianism', in Utopias and the Millennium, ed. by Krishan Kumar and Stephen Bann (London: Reaktion, 1993), pp. 17-32

      J. C. Davis, 'Utopianism', in The Cambridge History of Political Thought 1450-1700, ed. by J. H. Burns and Mark Goldie (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991), pp. 329-44

      Artur Blaim, 'Genre and Change: Evolutionary tendencies in early Utopian fiction', Essays in Poetics, 8 (1983), 74-98

      Luc Racine, 'Paradise, the Golden Age, the Millennium and Utopia. A Note on the Differentiation of Forms of the Ideal Society', Diogenes, 122 (1983), 119-36

      Artur Blaim, 'The Text and Genre Pattern: More's Utopia and the structure of early Utopian fiction', Essays in Poetics, 6 (1981), 18-53

      Darko Suvin, 'Defining the literary genre of Utopia', in Metamorphoses of Science Fiction: On the poetics and history of a literary genre (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1979), pp. 37-62

      Lyman Tower Sargent, 'Utopia - the problem of definition', Extrapolations, 6 (1975), 137-48

      Robert C. Elliott, The Shape of Utopia: Studies in a literary genre (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1970)

      Northrop Frye, 'Varieties of literary utopias', in Utopias and Utopian Thought, ed. by Frank Edward Manuel (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1966), pp. 25-49

      Robert C. Elliott, 'The Shape of Utopia', Studies in Philology, 30 (1963), 317-44

      A. R. Heiserman, 'Satire in the Utopia', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 78 (1963), 163-74

      ^

      1. Science Fiction
      2. Patrick Parrinder, ed. Learning from Other Worlds: Estrangement, cognition and the politics of science fiction and utopia, Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies 17 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000)

        J. Adams, 'Outer Space and the New World in the Imagination of Eighteenth-century Europe', Eighteenth Century Life, 19 (1995), 70-83

        David Seed, Anticipations: Essays on early science fiction and its precursors (Utopianism and Communitarianism) (Syracuse University Press, 1995)

        Karl S. Guthke, The Last Frontier: Imagining other worlds, from the Copernican revolution to modern science fiction, trans. by Helen Atkins (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1990)

        ^

    18. Utopian Geography
    19. Frank Lestringant, Mapping the Renaissance World: The geographical imagination in the age of discovery, trans. by David Fausett (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994)

      G. May, 'One way and in both Directions: considerations on imaginary voyages', Diogenes, 152 (1990), 1-18

      J. C. Caravaglia, 'I Gesuiti del Paraguay: utopia e realtà', Rivista storica italiana, 93 (1981), 269-314

      J. K. Hale, 'A World Elsewhere', in The Age of the Renaissance (London: 1967)

      See also the sections on cartography and on countries and continents.

      ^

    20. History
    21. J. K. Graham, 'History of utopia and the utopianism of history', History of European Ideas, 6 (1985), 189-99

      J. C. Davis, 'The history of utopia: the chronology of nowhere', in Utopias, ed. by Peter Alexander and Roger Gill, Colston Papers 35 (London: Duckworth, 1984)

      ^

    22. The Ideal City
    23. Note: see also the sections on architecture, Alberti, and Patrizi

      Fernando Mar�as, 'From the "ideal city" to real cities: perspectives, chorographies, models, vedute', in The Triumph of the Baroque: Architecture in Europe 1600-1750, ed. by Henry A. Millon (London: Thames & Hudson, 1999), pp. 219-40

      Renato Uglione, ed. La citt� ideale nella tradizione classica e biblico-cristiana: atti del Convegno nazionale di studi (Torino 1985), Regione Piemonte (Turin: Assessorato alla Cultura, 1987)

      Cesare De Seta, Massimo Ferretti and Alberto Tenenti, Imago urbis. Dalla citt� ideale alla citt� reale, pref. by A. Chastel (Milan: Franco Maria Ricci, 1986)

      Leon Battista Alberti, La citt� ideale nel Rinascimento, ed. by Gianni Carlo Sciolla, introd. by Luigi Firpo (Turin: UTET, 1975)

      Helen Rosenau, The Ideal City, its Architectural Evolution (London: Studio Vista, 1974)

      Eugenio Garin, 'The ideal city', trans. by Peter Munz, in Science and Civic Life in the Italian Renaissance (Garden City, NY: Anchor Books, 1969), pp. 21-48

      Luigi Firpo, 'La citt� ideale del Filarete', in Studi in memoria di Gioele Solari (Turin, 1956), pp. 11-59

      S. Lang, 'The Ideal City from Plato to Howard', Architectural Review, 112 (1952), 90-101

      ^

    24. Language
    25. Paul Cornelius, Languages in Seventeenth- and Early Eighteenth-Century Imaginary Voyages (Geneva: Droz, 1965)

      ^

    26. Law
    27. Miguel �ngel Ramiro Avil�s, Utop�a y derecho: El sistema jur�dico en las sociedades ideales, introd. by J. C. Davis (Madrid: Marcial Pons, 2002)

      Miguel �ngel Ramiro Avil�s, 'The law-based utopia', Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (2001), 225-48

      P. Foriers, 'Les Utopies et le droit', in Les Utopies à la Renaissance, Travaux de l'Institut pour l'�tude de la Renaissance et de l'Humanisme 1 (Brussels: Presses Universitaires de Bruxelles, 1963), pp. 233-61

      ^

    28. The Middle Ages
    29. Janet Coleman, 'The continuity of utopian thought in the middle ages: a reassessment', Vivarium, 20 (1982), 1-23

      F. Graus, 'Social Utopias in the Middle Ages', Past and Present, 38 (1967), 5-20

      ^

    30. Moon Travel
      1. Primary
      2. Francis Godwin, 'The Man in the Moon' and 'Nuncius inanimatus', ed. by Grant McColley (Northampton, MA, 1937)

        Johannes Kepler, Kepler's Somnium: The dream, or, posthumous work on lunar astronomy, ed. and trans. by Edward Rosen (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967)

        Francis Godwin, The Man in the Moone, ed. by Andy Johnson and Ron Shoesmith (Little Logaston, Woonton, Almeley, Herefordshire: Logaston Press, 1996)

        John Wilkins, The Discovery of a World in the Moone (1638) (Amsterdam and New York: Theatrvm Orbis Terrarvm, 1972)

        Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac, Other Worlds: The comical history of the states and empires of the moon and sun, ed. by Geoffrey Strachan (London: Oxford University Press, 1965)

        Bernard le Bovier de Fontenelle, Conversations on the Plurality of Worlds, trans. by H. A. Hargreaves (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990)

      3. Secondary
      4. A. G. H. Barhrach, '"Luna mendax": some reflections on moon travel in early-seventeenth century England', in Between Dream and Nature: Essays on utopia and dystopia, ed. by Dominic Baker-Smith and C.C. Barfoot, DQR studies in literature 2 / Costerus n.s. 61 (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987), pp. 70-90

        Marjorie Hope Nicolson, 'A World in the Moon, A Study of the Changing Attitude Toward the Moon in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries', Smith College Studies in Modern Languages, 17 (1936), 1-72

        Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Voyages to the Moon (New York, 1948)

        ^

    31. Politics
    32. David Colclough, 'Ethics and politics in the New Atlantis', in Francis Bacon's 'New Atlantis', ed. by Bronwen Price, Texts in culture (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003), pp. 60-81

      Quentin Skinner, 'Thomas More�s Utopia and the virtue of true nobility', in Visions of Politics, vol. II: Renaissance Virtues (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002)

      J. C. Davis, 'Utopianism', in The Cambridge History of Political Thought 1450-1700, ed. by J. H. Burns and Mark Goldie (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991), pp. 329-44

      Krishan Kumar, Utopianism, Concepts in the Social Sciences (Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1991)

      Mark Goldie, 'Obligations, utopias and their historical context', Historical Journal, 26 (1983), 727-46

      Barbara Goodwin and Keith Taylor, The Politics of Utopia (London: St Martin's Press, 1983)

      Quentin Skinner, The Foundations of Modern Political Thought, 2 vols, vol. I: The Renaissance (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978)

      J. Seguy, 'Une sociologie des soci�t�s imagin�es: monarchisme et utopie', Annales: �conomies, Soci�t�s, Civilisations, 26 (1971), 328-54

      Judith Shklar, 'The political theory of Utopia: from melancholy to nostalgia', in Utopias and Utopian Thought, ed. by Frank Edward Manuel (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1966), pp. 101-115

      Antonia McLean, 'Utopian communism and the state', in Humanism and the Rise of Science in England (London: Heinemann, 1972), pp. 56-63

      1. Early Modern Republicanism
      2. Quentin Skinner and Martin van Gelderen, eds., Republicanism, 2 vols (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002)

        Warren Chernaik, 'Biblical republicanism', Prose Studies, 23 (2001), 147-60

        Eric Nelson, 'Greek nonsense in More's Utopia', Historical Journal, 44 (2001), 889-918

        James Hankins, ed. Renaissance Civic Humanism: Reappraisals and reflections, Ideas in Context 57 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)

        Arihiro Fukuda, Sovereignty and the Sword: Harrington, Hobbes, and mixed government in the English Civil Wars (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997)

        Philip Pettit, Republicanism: A Theory of Freedom and Government (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997)

        Markku Peltonen, Classical Humanism and Republicanism in English Political Thought 1570-1640 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995)

        Jonathan Scott, 'The rapture of motion: James Harrington's republicanism', in Political Discourse in Early Modern Britain, ed. by Nicholas Phillipson and Quentin Skinner (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), pp. 139-63

        Daniel T. Rodgers, 'Republicanism: the Career of a Concept', Journal of American History (1992), 11-38

        Blair Worden, 'English Republicanism', in The Cambridge History of Political Thought 1450-1700, ed. by J. H. Burns and Mark Goldie (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991), pp. 443-75

        Quentin Skinner, The Foundations of Modern Political Thought, 2 vols, vol. I: The Renaissance (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978)

        J. G. A. Pocock, The Machiavellian Moment: Florentine political thought and the Atlantic republican tradition, 2nd edn with new afterward (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2003)

        Franco Venturi, Utopia and Reform in the Enlightenment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971)

        William J. Bouwsma, Venice and the Defence of Republican Liberty (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1968)

        Hans Baron, The Crisis of the Early Italian Renaissance, 2nd edn (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1966)

      ^

    33. Practical Application
    34. Mark Holloway, Heavens on Earth: Utopian Communities in America 1680-1880 (New York: Dover, 1966)

      W. H. G. Armytage, Heavens Below: Utopian experiments in England, 1560-1960 (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1961)

      Athur E. Bestor, Backwoods Utopias: The Sectarian and Owenite Phases of Communitarian Socialism in America 1663-1829 (Philadelphia, 1950)

      ^

    35. Religion
    36. Donald R. Dickson, The Tessera of Antilia: Utopian brotherhoods and secret societies in the early seventeenth century, Brill�s Studies in Intellectual History 88 (Boston: Brill, 1998)

      Krishan Kumar and Stephen Bann, eds., Utopias and the Millennium (London: Reaktion, 1993)

      J. C. Davis, 'Religion and the struggle for freedom in the English Revolution', Historical Journal, 35 (1992), 507-30

      Mark Goldie, 'The civil religion of James Harrington', in The Languages of Political Theory in Early-Modern Europe, ed. by Anthony Pagden (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), pp. 197-222

      James Holstun, A Rational Millennium: Puritan utopias of seventeenth-century England and America (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987)

      Roland Crahay, 'L'Utopie pratiqu�e des anabaptistes', in D'Érasme à Campanella, ed. by Jacques Marx, Probl�mes d'histoire du christianisme 15 (Brussels: �ditions de l'Universit� de Bruxelles, 1985), pp. 119-31

      Krishan Kumar, Religion and Utopia (Canterbury: Centre for the Study of Religion and Society, 1985)

      Theodore Olsen, Millennialism, Utopianism, and Progress (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982)

      Brendan Bradshaw, 'More on Utopia', Historical Journal, 24 (1981), 1-27

      J. C. Caravaglia, 'I Gesuiti del Paraguay: utopia e realtà', Rivista storica italiana, 93 (1981), 269-314

      Nabil Matar, 'Alone in our Eden: a Puritan Utopia in Restoration England', The Seventeenth Century, 2 (1981), 189-98

      Luigi Firpo, L'utopia nell'eta' della controriforma (Turin: G. Giappichelli, 1977)

      Susan Groag Bell, 'Johan Eberlin von G�nzburg's Wolfaria: the first Protestant utopia', Church History, 36 (1967), 3-20 or 122-39

      ^

    37. Science
    38. R. W. Serjeantson, 'Natural knowledge in the New Atlantis', in Francis Bacon's 'New Atlantis', ed. by Bronwen Price (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003), pp. 82-105

      Ayval Ramati, 'Harmony at a distance: Leibniz's scientific academies', Isis, 87 (1996), 430-52

      William Eamon, 'Natural magic and utopia in the cinquecento: Campanella, the della Porta circle, and the revolt of Calabria', Memorie Domenicane, n.s. 26 (1995), 369-402

      Stephen A. McKnight, ed. Science, Pseudo-Science, and Utopianism in Early Modern Thought (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1992)

      Anthony Grafton, 'Humanism, Magic and Science', in The Impact of Humanism on Western Europe, ed. Anthony Goodman and Angus MacKay (London: Longman, 1990), pp. 99-117

      A. O. Lewis, 'Utopian approaches to technology', Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, 7 (1987), 493-506

      Michael Winter, 'The explosion of the circle: science and negative utopia', in Nineteen Eighty-Four: Science between utopia and dystopia, ed. by Everett Mendelsohn and Helga Nowotny, Sociology of the Sciences 8 (Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1984), pp. 73-90

      Everett Mendelsohn and Helga Nowotny, eds., Nineteen Eighty-Four: Science between utopia and dystopia, Sociology of the Sciences 8 (Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1984)

      J. C. Davis, 'Science and utopia: the history of a dilemma', in Nineteen Eighty-Four: Science between utopia and dystopia, ed. by Everett Mendelsohn and Helga Nowotny, Sociology of the Sciences 8 (Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1984), pp. 21-48

      Frank E. Manuel and Fritzie P. Manuel, Utopian Thought in the Western World (Oxford: Blackwell, 1979), pp. 243-260 (ch. 9: 'Bacon, trumpeter of New Atlantis'); pp. 392-410 (ch. 15, 'Leibniz: the swan song of the Christian republic').

      Jerry Weinberger, 'Science and rule in Bacon's utopia: an introduction to the reading of the New Atlantis', American Political Science Review, 70 (1976), 865-85

      Charles Webster, The Great Instauration: Science, Medicine and Reform 1626-1660 (London: Duckworth, 1975), pp. 246-50

      Mulford Q. Sibley, 'Utopian thought and technology', American Journal of Political Science, 17 (1973), 255-81

      Timothy J. Reiss, 'Structure and mind in two seventeenth-century utopias: Campanella and Bacon', Yale French Studies, 49 (1973), 82-95

      A. R. Hall, 'Science, technology and utopia in the seventeenth century', in Science and Society 1600-1900, ed. by Peter Mathias (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1972)

      W. Leiss, 'Utopia and technology: reflections on the conquest of nature', International Social Science Journal, 22 (1970), pages

      Nell Eurich, Science in Utopia: A mighty design (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1967)

      Judah Bierman, 'The New Atlantis, Bacon's utopia of science', Papers on Language and Literature (1967), 99-110

      Judah Bierman, 'Science and society in the New Atlantis and other Renaissance Utopias', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 78 (1963), 492-500

      A. H. Frietzsche, 'The impact of applied science upon the Utopian ideal', Brigham Young University Studies, 3 (1961), 35-42

      Robert P. Adams, 'The social responsibilities of science in the Utopia, New Atlantis and after', Journal of the History of Ideas, 10 (1949), 374-98 (repr. in Renaissance Essays From the Journal of the History of Ideas, ed. by Paul Oskar Kristeller (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 1968), pp. 137-61)

      E. D. Blodgett, 'Bacon's New Atlantis and Campanella's Civitas Solis: a study in relationships', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 46 (1931), 763-80

      ^

    39. Slavery
    40. Shlomo Avineri, 'War and Slavery in More's Utopia', International Review of Social History, 7 (1962), 260-90

    41. Utopian Society
    42. B. J. Christensen, 'The Family in Utopia' Renasence: Essays on Values in Literature, 44 (1991), 31-44

      Vivien Carol Fox, 'Deviance in some English Utopias, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries', Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, 2 (1973), 14

      A. Owen Aldridge, 'Polygamy in early fiction: Henry Neville and Denis Veiras', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 65 (1950), 464-72

      ^

    43. Theatre
    44. E. Munk, 'Exiled from nowhere and how theatre was envisioned in utopias of the past', Theater, 26 (1995), 101-11

      ^

    45. Time
    46. A. London, 'Clock time and utopia's time in novels of the 1790s', Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 40 (2000), 539-60

      Andr� Stegmann, 'Le temps rituel de l'utopie selon cinq utopies des ann�es 1620', Annales de Bretagne et des Pays de l'Ouest, 83 (1976), 337-47

      ^

    47. Travel Writing
    48. Bettina Dietz, Utopien als m�gliche Welten. "Voyages imaginaires" der franz�sichen Fr�haufkl�rung, 1650-1715 (Mainz: Philipp von Zabern Verlag, 2002)

      Joan-Pau Rubi�s, 'Travel writing as a genre: facts, fictions and the invention of a scientific discourse in early modern Europe', Journeys, 1 (1996), 5-35

      Neil Rennie, Far-Fetched Facts: The literature of travel and the idea of the South Seas (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995), esp. ch. 1

      Percy G. Adams, Travellers and Travel Liars 1660-1800 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1962)

      ^

    49. War
    50. Robert Pardee Adams, The Better Part of Valor: More, Erasmus, Colet, and Vives, on humanism, war, and peace, 1496-1535 (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1962)

      Shlomo Avineri, 'War and Slavery in More's Utopia', International Review of Social History, 7 (1962), 260-90

      ^

  5. Countries and Continents
  6. See also the section on utopian geography

    1. Africa
      1. Primary
      2. Samuel Johnson, The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia, ed. by D. J. Enright (London: Penguin, 1976)

        ^

    2. Asia
      1. Primary
      2. Tommaso Campanella, La Città del sole: dialogo poetico / The City of the Sun: A poetical dialogue [1623], ed. and trans. by Daniel J. Donno (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981)

        Denis Diderot, 'Supplement to Bougainville�s Voyage', in Political Writings, ed. by John Hope Mason and Robert Wokler (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992)

        ^

    3. England
    4. Robert Appelbaum, Literature and Utopian Politics in Seventeenth-Century England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002)

      Amy Boesky, Founding Fictions: Utopias in Early Modern England (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996)

      Jean-Michel Racault, L'Utopie narrative en France et en Angleterre, 1675-1761, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century 280 (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1991)

      Keith Thomas, 'The Utopian impulse in seventeenth century England', Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters, 15 (1985), 162-88

      Timothy Kenyon, Utopian Communism and Political Thought in Early Modern England (London: Pinter, 1989)

      J. C. Davis, Utopia and the Ideal Society: A Study of English Utopian Writing, 1516-1700 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981)

      Temple Maynard, 'Utopia and Dystopia in the Oriental Genre in England in the Eighteenth Century', Studies in Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 191 (1980), 706-11

      Vivien Carol Fox, 'Deviance in some English Utopias, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries', Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, 2 (1973), 14

      ^

    5. France
    6. Peter Sharratt, 'The imaginary city of Bernard Salomon', in Intellectual Life in Renaissance Lyon, ed. by Philip Ford and Gillian Jondorf (Cambridge: Cambridge French Colloquia, 1993), pp. 33-48

      Jean-Michel Racault, L'Utopie narrative en France et en Angleterre, 1675-1761, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century 280 (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1991)

      ^

    7. Italy
    8. Thomas Renna, 'Campanella's City of the Sun and late Renaissance Italy', Utopian Studies, 10 (1999), 13-25

      Luigi Firpo, 'Renaissance Utopianism', in The Late Italian Renaissance, 1525-1630, ed. by Eric Cochrane (London: Macmillan, 1970), 149-67

      Rosario Romeo, ‘Jesuit Sources and the Italian Political Utopia in the Second Half of the Sixteenth Century’, in First Images of America: The impact of the new world on the old, 2 vols, ed. by Michael J. B. Allen and Robert L. Benson (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976), vol. I, pp. 165–84

      J. C. Davis, Utopia and the Ideal Society: A Study of English Utopian Writing, 1516-1700 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981), ch. 3

      1. Venice
      2. Marion Leathers Kuntz, Venice, Myth and Utopian Thought in the Sixteenteenth Century: Bodin, Postel and the virgin of Venice, Variorum Collected Studies CS668 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999)

        Mich�le Le Doeuff, 'Introduction', to Francis Bacon, La Nouvelle Atlantide (Paris: GF-Flammarion, 1995), pp. 7-71

        ^

    9. Spain
    10. Note: see also the section on the New World.

      1. Primary
      2. Stelio Cro, ed. Descripcion de la Sinapia, peninsula en la tierra austral: a classical Utopia of Spain (Hamilton, Ontario: McMaster University, 1975). Reviewed by Sylvia Wynter, in Science Fiction Studies, 6 (1979). [Cro dates this text to 1682 in his 1980 article listed below.]

      3. Secondary
      4. Stelio Cro, 'La utop�a en Espa�a; Sinapia', Cuadernos para la Investigaci�n de la Literatura Hisp�nica, 2-3 (1980)

        Stelio Cro, 'The new world in Spanish utopianism', Alternative Futures, 2 (1979), 39-53

        Stelio Cro, 'Il pensiero utopico in Spagna: �Sinapia�', in Studi sull'Utopia, ed. by Luigi Firpo (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1977), pp. 223-32

        Monroe Z. Hafter, 'Towards a history of Spanish imaginary voyages', Eighteenth-Century Studies, 8 (1975), 265-82

        ^

    11. The New World
    12. Note: see also the section on Vasco de Quiroga.

      Andrew Fitzmaurice, Humanism and America: An Intellectual History of English Colonisation, 1500-1625 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003)

      Benjamin Schmidt, Innocence Abroad: The Dutch Imagination and the New World, 1570-1670 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002)

      Romuald I. Lakowski, 'Geography and the More Circle: John Rastell, Thomas More and the "New World"', Renaissance Forum, 4 (1999)

      Andrew Fitzmaurice, 'Classical rhetoric and the promotion of the New World', Journal of the History of Ideas, 58 (1997), 221-44

      Walter D. Mignolo, The Darker Side of the Renaissance: Literacy, territoriality, and colonization (University of Michigan Press, 1997)

      J. Adams, 'Outer Space and the New World in the Imagination of Eighteenth-century Europe', Eighteenth Century Life, 19 (1995), 70-83

      David Faussett, Writing the New World: Imaginary Voyages and Utopias of the Great Southern Land (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1993)

      Stephen Greenblatt, ed. New World Encounters, Representations Books 6 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993)

      Anthony Pagden, European Encounters with the New World: From Renaissance to Romanticism (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993)

      Joan-Pau Rubi�s, 'New worlds and Renaissance ethnology', History and Anthropology, 6 (1993), 157-97

      J. H. Elliott, The Old World and the New 1492-1650 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992)

      Anthony Grafton, A. Shelford and N. G. Siraisi, New Worlds, Ancient Texts: The power of tradition and the shock of discovery (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992)

      Alfred A. Cave, 'Thomas More and the New World', Albion, 23 (1991), 209-29

      Stephen Greenblatt, Marvellous Possessions: The Wonder of the New World (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991)

      William Brandon, New Worlds for Old: Reports from the New World and their Effect on the Development of Social Thought in Europe, 1500-1800 (Athens: Ohio University Press, 1986)

      Patrick Dooley, 'More's Utopia and the new world utopias: is the good life an easy life?' Thought, 60 (1985), 31-48

      Lyman Tower Sargent, 'Utopianism in colonial America', History of Political Thought, 4 (1983), 483-522

      Stelio Cro, 'The new world in Spanish utopianism', Alternative Futures, 2 (1979), 39-53

      Margaret T. Hodgen, Early Anthropology in the 16th and 17th Centuries (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1964)

      ^

    13. Terra Australis Incognita
      1. Primary
      2. Joseph Hall, Another World and Yet the Same, trans. by J. M. Wands, Yale Studies in English 190 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1981)

        Johann Valentin Andreae, Christianopolis [1619], ed. and trans. by Edward H. Thompson, Archives internationales d'histoire des id�es 162 (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999)

        Henry Neville, 'The Isle of Pines', in Three Renaissance Utopias: Utopia, New Atlantis, The Isle of Pines, ed. by Susan Bruce (Oxford: World's Classics, 1999)

        Gabriel de Foigny, The Southern Land, Known, ed. and trans. by David Fausett (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1993)

        Denis Vairasse d' Allais, Histoire des S�verambes (Paris, 1677-79)

        [Ambrose Phillips], 'A Description of New Athens (1720)', in Utopias of the British Enlightenment, ed. by Gregory Claeys, CTHPT (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)

        Additional:

        Peter Heylyn, 'An Appendix to the Former Work, endeavouring a Discovery of the Unknown Parts of the World, especially of Terra Australis Incognita, or the Southern Continent', in Cosmographie (London: Henry Seile, 1657)

        Tyssot de Patot, Voyages et Avantures de Jacques Mass� (Cologne: Kainkus, 1710)

        [Anon.], Relation d'un Voyage du Pole Arctique, au Pole Antarctique, par le Centre du Monde (Amsterdam, 1721)

        Zaccaria Seriman, Viaggi di Enrico Wanton alle Terre Incognite Australi, ed ai Regni delle Scimie, e de' Cinocefali (Berne, 1764)

        [Anon.], Voyage de Robertson, aux Terres Australes, traduit sur le Manuscrit Anglois (Amsterdam, 1767)

      3. Secondary
      4. Marina Leslie, 'Antipodal Anxieties: Joseph Hall, Richard Brome, Margaret Cavendish and the Cartographies of Gender', Genre, 30 (1997), 51-78

        Robert Clancy, The Mapping of Terra Australis (Sydney: Universal Press, 1995)

        William Eisler, The Furthest Shore: Images of Terra Australia from the Middle Ages to Captain Cook (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995)

        David Faussett, Writing the New World: Imaginary Voyages and Utopias of the Great Southern Land (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1993)

        W. A. R. Richardson, 'Mercator's Southern Continent: Its Origins, Influence and Gradual Demise', Terrae Incognitae, 25 (1993), 67-98

        Terra Australis: The Furthest Shore, ed. by William Eisler and Bernard Smith (Sydney, 1988)

        A. Rainaud, Le continent austral (Paris, 1893)

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  7. Individual Authors
    1. Alberti, Leon Battista
      1. Primary
      2. Leon Battista Alberti, On the Art of Building in Ten Books, trans. by Joseph Rykwert, Neil Leach and Robert Tavernor (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1988)

        Leon Battista Alberti, La citt� ideale nel Rinascimento, ed. by Gianni Carlo Sciolla, introd. by Luigi Firpo (Turin: UTET, 1975)

      3. Secondary
      4. Anthony Grafton, Bring Out Your Dead: The Past as Revelation (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002), chs. 1, 2

        Anthony Grafton, Leon Battista Alberti: Master Builder of the Italian Renaissance (New York: Hill & Wang, 2000)

        Christine Smith, Architecture in the Culture of Early Humanism: Ethics, aesthetics, and eloquence 1400-1470 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1992)

        Michael Baxendall, Painting and Experience in Fifteenth-Century Italy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988)

        D. R. Edward Wright, 'Alberti's De Pictura: Its literary structure and purpose', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 47 (1984), 52-71

        Dorothy Koenigsberger, Renaissance Man and Creative Thinking: A History of Concepts of Harmony 1400-1700, Harvester Studies in Philosophy 9 (Hassocks, Sussex: Harvester, 1979)

        Michael Baxendall, Giotto and the Orators: Humanist observers of painting in Italy and the discovery of pictorial composition 1350-1450, Oxford-Warburg Studies (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971)

    2. Agostini, Ludovico
    3. Note: as far as we are aware, there is no English translation of Agostini's Repubblica imaginaria.

      1. Primary
      2. Lodovico Agostini, 'La repubblica imaginaria', in Utopisti e riformatori sociali del Cinquecento: A. F. Doni - U. Foglietta - F. Patrizi da Cherso - L. Agostini, ed. by Carlo Curcio (Bologna, 1941)

        Lodovico Agostini, La repubblica immaginaria, ed. by Luigi Firpo, Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto di Scienze Politiche dell'Università di Torino 4 (Turin: Ramella, 1957)

      3. Secondary
      4. Luigi Firpo, 'La "Repubblica immaginaria"', in Lo stato ideale della controriforma: Ludovico Agostini (Bari: Editori Laterza, 1957), pp. 272-306

        Luigi Firpo, 'Renaissance Utopianism', in The Late Italian Renaissance, 1525-1630, ed. by Eric Cochrane (London: Macmillan, 1970), pp. 149-67

        Luigi Firpo, L'utopia nell'eta' della controriforma (Turin: G. Giappichelli, 1977)

        ^

    4. Allais, Denis Vairasse d'
      1. Primary
        1. Original French
        2. Denis Vairasse d' Allais, Histoire des Séverambes (Paris, 1677-79) [on Gallica, no. N084443 (volume 1), N084444 (volume 2); N084445 (volume 3); N084446 (volume 4)]

          Denis Vairasse d' Allais, Histoire des Sévarambes, Utopie 1 (Amiens: Encrage, 1994)

        3. English Translation
        4. Denis Vairaisse d' Allais, The History of the Sevarites or Sevarambi (London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1675) [on EEBO]

          Denis Vairasse d' Allais, The History of the Sevarites or Sevarambi: a nation inhabiting part of the third continent, commonly called Terrae australes incognitae. With a further account of their admirable government, religion, customs, and language. Written by one Captain Siden, a worthy person, who, together with many others, was cast upon those coasts, and lived many years in that country. The second part more wonderful and delightful than the first (London: printed by J.M. for Henry Brome, 1679)

          Denis Vairasse d' Allais, 'The Economy and Education of the Sevarambians', in French Utopias: An anthology of ideal societies, ed. and trans. by F. Edward Manuel and Fritzie P. Manuel (New York: Free Press, 1966), pp. 49-57

        5. Other Translations
        6. Denis Vairasse d' Allais, Eine Historie der neu-gefundenen Voelcker Sevarambes genannt/ Denis Veiras; mit einem Nachwort, Bibliographie und Dokumenten zur Rezeptionsgeschichte [Facsimile reprint of Sulzbach, Lichtenthaler, 1689 ed.], ed. by Wolfgang Braungart and Jutta Golawski-Braungart, Deutsche Neudrucke, Reihe Barock 39 (T�bingen: Niemeyer, 1990)

          ^

    5. Andreae, J. V.
      1. Primary
        1. Christianopolis
          1. Recommended Translation
          2. Johann Valentin Andreae, Christianopolis [1619], ed. and trans. by Edward H. Thompson, Archives internationales d'histoire des id�es 162 (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999)

          3. Other Editions
          4. Johann Valentin Andreae, Christianopolis (1619), ed. by Richard van D�lmen, trans. by D. S. Georgi [1741], Quellen und Forschungen zur w�rttembergischen Kirchengeschichte 4 (Stuttgart: Calwer, 1972)

            Johann Valentin Andreae, Christianopolis [1619], trans. by Felix E. Held (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1916)

        2. Societas Christiana
        3. Johann Valentin Andreae, Societas Christiana: A modell of a Christian society, ed. by G. H. Turnbull, trans. by John Hall [1647] (Berlin, 1955)

      2. Secondary
      3. Donald R. Dickson, The Tessera of Antilia: Utopian brotherhoods and secret societies in the early seventeenth century, Brill's Studies in Intellectual History 88 (Boston: Brill, 1998)

        H. Powell, 'Johann Valentin Andrae: A practising idealist of the 17th century', German Life and Letters, 41 (1988), 363-70

        John Warwick Montgomery, Cross and Crucible: Johann Valentin Andreae (1586-1654), Phoenix of the Theologians, 2 vols (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1973)

        G. S. Turnbull, 'Johann Valentin Andreae's Societas Christiana', Zeitschrift f�r Deutsche Philologie, 74 (1955), 151-85

        Patrick Abercrombie, 'Ideal Cities No. 1: Christianopolis', Town Planning Review, 8 (1920)

        ^

    6. Aristotle
    7. Note: see especially Book VII of Aristotle's Politics for his account the best form of a state.

      1. Recommended Edition
      2. Aristotle, The Politics, ed. by Stephen Everson, Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988)

      3. Secondary
      4. M. Jackson, 'Designed by theorists: Aristotle on utopia', Utopian Studies, 12 (2001), 1-12

        ^

    8. Astell, Mary
      1. Primary
      2. Astell, Mary, A Serious Proposal to the Ladies, ed. Patricia Springborg (London: Pickering and Chatto, 1997)

      3. Secondary
      4. Alessa Johns, 'Mary Astell's "Excited Needles": Theorizing Feminist Utopia in Seventeenth-Century England', Utopian Studies, 7 (1996), 60-74

        ^

    9. Bacon, Francis
      1. Primary
      2. Francis Bacon, 'New Atlantis', in Three Renaissance Utopias: Utopia, New Atlantis, The Isle of Pines, ed. by Susan Bruce (Oxford: World's Classics, 1999)

        Francis Bacon, 'New Atlantis', in The Oxford Authors: Francis Bacon, ed. by Brian Vickers (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996), pp. 457-89

      3. Secondary
      4. Bronwen Price, ed. Francis Bacon's The New Atlantis: New interdisciplinary essays (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003)

        Amy Boesky, 'Bacon's New Atlantis and the laboratory of prose', in The Project of Prose in Early Modern Europe and the New World, ed. by Elizabeth Fowler and Roland Greene (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 138-53 = Boesky, Founding Fictions: Utopias in Early Modern England (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996), ch. 2

        Francis Bacon, La Nouvelle Atlantide, ed. by Mich�le Le Doeuff, trans. by Mich�le Le Doeuff and Margaret Llasera (Paris: GF-Flammarion, 1995)

        Denise Albanese, 'The New Atlantis and the uses of utopia', English Literary History, 57 (1990), 503-28

        I. F. Clarke, 'From space to time: the future is another place', Futures, 22 (1990), 752-60

        David Renaker, 'A miracle of engineering: the conversion of Bensalem in Francis Bacon's New Atlantis', Studies in Philology, 87 (1990), 181-93

        Lewis S. Feuer, 'Francis Bacon and the Jews', Jewish Historical Studies, 29 (1982-86), 1-25

        J. Peter Zetterberg, 'Echoes of nature in Salomon's House', Journal of the History of Ideas, 43 (1982), 179-93

        J. C. Davis, Utopia and the Ideal Society: A Study of English Utopian Writing, 1516-1700 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981), ch. 5

        David Spitz, 'Bacon's New Atlantis: a reinterpretation', Midwest Journal of Political Science, 4 (1960), 52-61

        E. D. Blodgett, 'Bacon's New Atlantis and Campanella's Civitas Solis: a study in relationships', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 46 (1931), 763-80

        Rosalie L. Colie, 'Cornelis Drebbel and Salomon de Caus: two Jacobean models for Salomon's House', Huntington Library Quarterly, 18 (1954-55), 245-69

        ^

    10. Burgh, James
      1. Primary
      2. James Burgh, 'An Account of the . . . Cessares (1764)', in Utopias of the British Enlightenment, ed. by Gregory Claeys, Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)

      3. Secondary
      4. Carla Hay, James Burgh: Spokesman for Reform in Hanoverian England (Washington, DC, 1982)

        ^

    11. Burton, Robert
      1. Recommended Edition
      2. Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, ed. by Thomas C. Faulkner, Nicholas K. Kiessling and Rhonda L. Blair, vol. I: Text (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989)

      3. Secondary
      4. Jean Starobinski, '"D�mocrite parle": L'utopie m�lancolique de Robert Burton'', Le D�bat, 29 (1984), 49-72

        J. C. Davis, Utopia and the Ideal Society: A Study of English Utopian Writing, 1516-1700 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981), ch. 4

        Andr� Stegmann, 'Le temps rituel de l'utopie selon cinq utopies des ann�es 1620', Annales de Bretagne et des Pays de l'Ouest, 83 (1976), 337-47

        J. Max Patrick, 'Robert Burton's utopianism', Philological Quarterly, 27 (1948), 345-58

        ^

    12. Campanella, Tomasso
      1. Primary
        1. Recommended Edition
        2. Tommaso Campanella, La città del sole: dialogo poetico / The City of the Sun: A poetical dialogue [1623], ed. and trans. by Daniel J. Donno (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981)

        3. Other Acceptable Translations
        4. Tommaso Campanella, The City of the Sun, trans. by A. M. Elliott and R. Millner, introd. by A. L. Morton (London: Journeyman, 1981)

          Note: there are also a number of older translations of Campanella's work. None of these are entirely satisfactory. In particular, the 1885 translation by T. W. Halliday, which is fairly widely available (not least on the internet) is not reliable, particularly in respect of its laconic treatment of Campanella's passages about sex and reproduction.

        5. Editions of the Original Text
        6. Thomas Campanella, La città del Sole, ed. by Luigi Firpo (Rome: Laterza, 1997)

          Tommaso Campanella, La città del sole [1602, 1623], ed. by Norberto Bobbio (Turin, 1941)

      2. Secondary
      3. Thomas Renna, 'Campanella's City of the Sun and late Renaissance Italy', Utopian Studies, 10 (1999), 13-25

        Lina Bolzoni, 'Una pretesa di libertà: poesia, magia, profezia in Tommaso Campanella', in Storia della letteratura italiana, ed. by Enrico Malato, vol. V (Rome: Salerno editrice, 1997), pp. 869-902

        John M. Headley, Tommaso Campanella and the Transformation of the World (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1997)

        William Eamon, 'Natural magic and utopia in the cinquecento: Campanella, the della Porta circle, and the revolt of Calabria', Memorie Domenicane, n.s. 26 (1995), 369-402

        J. Dougherty, 'Geometries of Perfection: Atlantis, Utopia and the City of the Sun', Soundings, 69 (1986), 310-25

        Anthony Grafton, 'Humanism, magic and science', in The Impact of Humanism on Western Europe, ed. by Anthony Goodman and Angus MacKay (London: Longman, 1990), pp. 99-117

        Marziano Guglielminetti, 'Tommaso Campanella: Profezia, utopia e poesia filosofica', in Storia della civilt� letteraria italiana, ed. by G. Barberi Squarotti, vol. III: Manierismo e Barocco (Turin: UTET, 1990), pp. 269-97

        Renato Uglione, ed. La citt� ideale nella tradizione classica e biblico-cristiana: atti del Convegno nazionale di studi (Torino 1985), Regione Piemonte (Turin: Assessorato alla Cultura, 1987)

        Roland Crahay, 'L'Utopie religieuse de Campanella', in D'�rasme à Campanella, ed. by Jacques Marx, Probl�mes d'histoire du christianisme 15 (Brussels: �ditions de l'Université de Bruxelles, 1985), pp. 119-31

        Luigi Firpo, L'utopia nell'eta' della controriforma (Turin: G. Giappichelli, 1977)

        Rosario Romeo, ‘Jesuit Sources and the Italian Political Utopia in the Second Half of the Sixteenth Century’, in First Images of America: The impact of the new world on the old, 2 vols, vol. I, ed. by Michael J. B. Allen and Robert L. Benson (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976), pp. 165–84

        Gianni Carlo Sciolla, ed. La citt� ideale nel Rinascimento, introd. by Luigi Firpo (Turin: UTET, 1975)

        L. M. Batkin, 'The paradox of Campanella', Diogenes: International Review of the Humane Sciences (1973), 77-97

        B. M. Bonansea, Tommaso Campanella: Renaisance pioneer of modern thought (Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 1969)

        B. M. Bonansea, 'The political thought of Tommaso Campanella', in Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy, ed. by John K. Ryan, vol. 2 (Washington, DC: 1963), pp. 211-48

        E. D. Blodgett, 'Bacon's New Atlantis and Campanella's Civitas Solis: a study in relationships', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 46 (1931), 763-80

        ^

    13. Cardano, Girolamo
    14. A. Corsano, 'Jérôme Cardan et l�utopie', in Les utopies à la Renaissance, ed. by W. Lameere (Brussels: Presses Universitaire Belges, 1963)

      ^

    15. Cavendish, Margaret
    16. Note: see further James Fitzmaurice's Margaret Cavendish Bibliography.

      1. Primary
      2. Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, The Description of a New World called the Blazing World: And other writings, ed. by Kate Lilley, Pickering Women's Classics (London: Pickering & Chatto, 1992)

      3. Secondary
      4. Deborah Boyle, 'Fame, Virtue, and Government: Margaret Cavendish on Ethics and Politics', Journal of the History of Ideas, 67 (2006), 251-90

        Nicole Pohl, '"Of mixt natures": questions of genre in Margaret Cavendish's The Blazing World', in A Princely Brave Woman: Collected Essays on Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, ed. by Stephen Clucas (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003)

        Stephen Clucas, ed. A Princely Brave Woman: Collected Essays on Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003)

        Line Cottegnies and Nancy S. Weitz, eds., Worlds of My Own: Essays on Genre and Poetics in the Writings of Margaret Cavendish, 2001)

        E. L. Bonin, 'Margaret Cavendish's dramatic utopias and the politics of gender', Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 40 (2000), 339-54

        O. Holmesland, 'Margaret Cavendish's Blazing World: Natural art and the body politic', Studies in Philology, 96 (1999), 457-79

        Anna Battigelli, Margaret Cavendish and the Exiles of the Mind (Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1998)

        Anna Battigelli, 'Between the glass and the hand: the eye in Margaret Cavendish's Blazing World', 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 2 (1996), 25-38

        Amy Boesky, Founding Fictions: Utopias in Early Modern England (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996), ch. 4

        Ellayne Fowler, 'Margaret Cavendish and the ideal commonwealth', Utopian Studies, 7 (1996), 38-48

        Carrie Hintz, '"But one Opinion": Fear of Dissent in Cavendish's New Blazing World', Utopian Studies, 7 (1996), 25-37

        Hilda Smith, Reason's Disciples: Seventeenth Century English Feminists (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1982)

        ^

    17. Comenius, Jan Amos
      1. Primary
      2. Jan Amos Comenius, Panorthosia or Universal Reform, Chapters 1-18 and 27, trans. by A. M. O. Dobbie (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995)

        Jan Amos Comenius, Panorthosia or Universal Reform, Chapters 19-26, trans. by A. M. O. Dobbie (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1993)

      3. Secondary
      4. Dagmar Capkov�, 'The educational plans of J. A. Comenius in 1646: from a diary sent to English colleagues', History of Education, 7 (1978), 95-103

        ^

    18. Bergerac, Savinien Cyrano de
      1. Primary
      2. Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac, Other Worlds: The comical history of the states and empires of the moon and sun, ed. by Geoffrey Strachan (London: Oxford University Press, 1965)

        ^

    19. Defoe, Daniel
      1. Primary
      2. Daniel Defoe, The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner [1719], ed. by J. Donald Crowley (London: Oxford University Press, 1965)

      3. Secondary
      4. Louis James, 'From Robinson to Robina, and beyond: Robinson Crusoe as utopian concept', in Utopias and the Millennium, ed. by Krishan Kumar and Stephen Bann (London: Reaktion, 1993), pp. 33-45

        ^

    20. Diderot, Denis
      1. Primary
      2. Denis Diderot, 'Supplement to Bougainville�s Voyage', in Political Writings, ed. by John Hope Mason and Robert Wokler, CTHPT (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992)

        Online text of an English translation of Diderot's Supplément.

      3. Secondary
      4. Kathleen Wellman, 'Physicians and philosophes: physiology and sexual morality in the French Enlightenment', Eighteenth-Century Studies, 35 (2002), 267-77

        Georges Van Den Abbeele, 'Utopian sexuality and its discontents: exoticism and colonialism in Le Supplé�ment au voyage de Bougainville', L'Esprit Créateur, 24 (1984), 43-52

        Dena Goodman, 'The structure of political argument in Diderot's Le Supplé�ment au voyage de Bougainville', Diderot Studies (1983), 123-39

        Christie V. McDonald, 'The Reading and Writing of Utopia in Denis Diderot's Supplément au voyage de Bougainville', Science Fiction Studies, 3 (1976)


        See further the sample bibliography for Le Supplément au voyage de Bougainville at the Bronx-Upper Manhattan Foreign Language Consortium at CUNY.

        ^

    21. Doni, Francesco
    22. Note: as far as we are aware, there is no English translation of Doni's I Mondi.

      1. Primary
      2. Anton Francesco Doni, I Mondi (Venice: F. Marcolini, 1552) [Gallica no. N072373]

        Anton Francesco Doni, I mondi e Gli inferni, ed. by Patrizia Pellizzari, introd. by Marziano Guglielminetti (Turin: Einaudi, 1994)

        Carlo Curcio, ed. Utopisti e riformatori sociali del Cinquecento: A. F. Doni - U. Foglietta - F. Patrizi da Cherso - L. Agostini (Bologna, 1941)

      3. Secondary
      4. Paul F. Grendler, 'Utopia in Renaissance Italy: Doni's "New World"', Journal of the History of Ideas, 26 (1965), 479-94

        Luigi Firpo, L'utopia nell'eta' della controriforma (Turin: G. Giappichelli, 1977)

        ^

    23. Eberlin von Günzberg, Johann
      1. Primary
      2. Note: as far as we are aware, there is no English translation of Wolfaria.

        Johan Eberlin von G�nzburg, 'Wolfaria', in Ausgew�hlte Schriften, vol. I, Neudrucke deutscher Litteraturwerke des XVI und XVII Jahrhunderts, nos. 138-41 (Halle, 1896), pp. 107-31

      3. Secondary
      4. Susan Groag Bell, 'Johan Eberlin von G�nzburg's Wolfaria: the first Protestant utopia', Church History, 36 (1967), 3-20 or 122-39

        Miriam Eliav-Feldon, Realistic Utopias: The ideal imaginary societies of the Renaissance, 1516-1630 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982)

        ^

    24. Eliot, John
      1. Primary
      2. John Eliot, The Indian Grammar (Cambridge, Mass.: Marmaduke Johnson, 1666)

      3. Secondary
      4. N. E. Tanis, 'Education in John Eliot's Indian utopias 1645-1675', History of Education Quarterly, 10 (1970), 308-28

        ^

    25. Fénelon, François
      1. Recommended Edition
      2. Fran�ois de F�nelon, Telemachus, Son of Ulysses [1699], ed. and trans. by Patrick Riley, Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)

      3. Secondary
      4. E. Bury, 'F�nelon as a pedagogue', Dix-Septi�me Si�cle, 206 (2000)

        ^

    26. Filarate
    27. Luigi Firpo, 'La città ideale del Filarete', in Studi in memoria di Gioele Solari (Turin: 1956), pp. 11-59

      ^

    28. Foigny, Gabriel de
      1. Primary
      2. Foigny, Gabriel de, The Southern Land, Known, ed. and trans. by David Fausett (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1993)

        Gabriel de Foigny, La Terre Australe connue (1676), ed. by Pierre Ronzeaud, Soci�t� des textes fran�ais modernes 191 (Paris: Soci�t� des textes fran�ais modernes, 1990)

      3. Secondary
      4. M. T. Bovetti Pichetto, 'Gabriel de Foigny, utopista e libertino', in Studi sull'Utopia, ed. by Luigi Firpo (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1977), pp. 189-222

        ^

    29. Glanvill, Joseph
      1. Primary
      2. Jackson I. Cope, '"The Curpi-Cosmits": Glanvill on latitudinarian anti-enthusiasm', Huntington Library Quarterly, 17 (1954), 269-86 [transcribes from MS an earlier version of the work below]

        Joseph Glanvill, 'Anti-Fanatical Religion and Free Philosophy. In a Continuation of the New Atlantis', in Essays on Several Important Subjects in Philosophy and Religion (London, 1676; repr. Stuttgart, 1976)

      3. Secondary
      4. Jackson I. Cope, Joseph Glanvill, Anglican Apologist (St Louis: Washington University Press, 1956)

        Sacha Talmor, Glanvill: The Uses and Abuses of Scepticism (Oxford: Pergamon, 1981)

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    30. Godwin, Francis
      1. Primary
        1. Recommended Edition
        2. Francis Godwin, 'The Man in the Moon' and 'Nuncius inanimatus', ed. by Grant McColley (Northampton, MA, 1937)

        3. Other Editions
        4. Francis Godwin, The Man in the Moon, ed. by John A Butler, Publications of the Barnabe Riche Society 3 (Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions, 1995). To be read in conjunction with R. M. Philmus's damaging review in Science Fiction Studies 23:2 (1996).

          Francis Godwin, The Man in the Moone, ed. by Andy Johnson and Ron Shoesmith (Little Logaston, Woonton, Almeley, Herefordshire: Logaston Press, 1996)

      2. Secondary
      3. H. Neville Davis, 'Bishop Godwin's "Lunatique Language"', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 30 (1967), 296-316

        ^

    31. Gott, Samuel
      1. Primary
      2. Samuel Gott, Nova Solyma, the Ideal City; or, Jerusalem Regained. An anonymous romance written in the time of Charles I, ed. and trans. by W. Begley, 2 vols (London: John Murray, 1902)

        Samuel Gott, Novae Solymae libri sex. Sive institutio Christiani (London: John Legat, 1649)

      3. Secondary
      4. J. C. Davis, Utopia and the Ideal Society: A Study of English Utopian Writing, 1516-1700 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981), ch. 6

        ^

    32. Hall, Joseph
      1. Primary
      2. Joseph Hall, Another World and Yet the Same, trans. by J. M. Wands, Yale Studies in English 190 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1981)

      3. Secondary
      4. Elizabeth McCutcheon, 'Joseph Hall's Mundus alter et idem: utopian dream turned comic nightmare', in Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Abulensis: Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies, Avila, 4-9 August 1997, Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 207 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2000), pp. 431-38

        G. Zucchini, 'Utopia e satira nel Mundus alter et idem di Joseph Hall', in Studi sull'Utopia, ed. by Luigi Firpo (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1977), pp. 71-98

        ^

    33. Harrington, James
      1. Primary
      2. James Harrington, 'The Commonwealth of Oceana' [1656], in The Commonwealth of Oceana and A System of Politics, ed. by J. G. A. Pocock (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992), pp. 1-266

      3. Secondary
      4. Alan Cromartie, 'Harringtonian virtue: Harrington, Machiavelli, and the method of the Moment', Historical Journal, 41 (1998), 987-1009

        Colin Davis, 'Equality in an unequal commonwealth: James Harrington's republicanism and the meaning of equality', in Soldiers, Writers and Statesmen of the English Revolution, ed. by Ian Gentles, John Morrill and Blair Worden (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), pp. 229-42

        Arihiro Fukuda, Sovereignty and the Sword: Harrington, Hobbes, and mixed government in the English Civil Wars (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997)

        G. Remer, 'James Harrington's new deliberative rhetoric: reflection of an anticlassical republicanism', History of Political Thought, 16 (1995), 552-57

        Jonathan Scott, 'The rapture of motion: James Harrington's republicanism', in Political Discourse in Early Modern Britain, ed. by Nicholas Phillipson and Quentin Skinner (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), pp. 139-63

        Mark Goldie, 'The civil religion of James Harrington', in The Languages of Political Theory in Early-Modern Europe, ed. by Anthony Pagden (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), pp. 197-222

        J. C. Davis, Utopia and the Ideal Society: A Study of English Utopian Writing, 1516-1700 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981), ch. 8, 9

        W. Craig Diamond, 'Natural philosophy in Harrington's political thought', Journal of the History of Philosophy, 16 (1978), 387-98

        J. G. A. Pocock, 'Introduction', in The Political Works of James Harrington (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1977), pp. 1-152

        J. G. A. Pocock, The Machiavellian Moment: Florentine political thought and the Atlantic republican tradition (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1975)

        J. G. A. Pocock, 'James Harrington and the Good Old Cause: a study of the ideological context of his writings', Journal of British Studies, 10 (1970)

        S. B. Liljegren, Studies on the Origin and Early Tradition of English Utopian Fiction, Uppsala Univ. Engelska Seminariet: Essays & Studies on English Language & Literature, 23 (Upsala and Copenhagen, 1961)

        ^

    34. Hume, David
      1. Primary
      2. David Hume, 'Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth (1752)', in Utopias of the British Enlightenment, ed. by Gregory Claeys, CTHPT (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), pp. 55-69

        David Hume, 'Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth', in Essays: Moral, Political, and Literary, ed. by Eugene F. Miller (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1985), pp. 512-29

        ^

      3. Secondary
      4. Douglass Adair, ‘"That Politics May Be Reduced to a Science": David Hume, James Madison, and the Tenth Federalist’, Huntington Library Quarterly, 20 (1956–57), 343–60

        Duncan Forbes, Hume's Philosophical Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975)

        James Moore, 'Hume's Political Science and the Classical Republican Tradition', Canadian Journal of Political Science, 10 (1977), 809–39

        Nicholas Phillipson, 'The Scottish Enlightenment', in The Enlightenment in National Context, ed. Roy Porter and Mikulás Teich (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981), pp. 19–40

        J. C. Robertson, 'Universal monarchy and the liberties of Europe: David Hume's critique of an English Whig doctrine', in Political Discourse in Early Modern Britain, ed. Nicholas Phillipson and Quentin Skinner (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), pp. 349–73

        Robert A. Manzer, 'Hume's Constitutionalism and the Identity of Constitutional Democracy', The American Political Science Review, 90 (1996), 488–96

        Mark G. Spencer, David Hume and Eighteenth-Century America (Rochester, NY, 2005)

        Gilles Robel, ‘"Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth" ou le réalisme utopique de David Hume’, Études Écossaises, 11 (2008), 9–30

    35. Johnson, Samuel
      1. Primary
      2. Samuel Johnson, The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia, ed. by D. J. Enright (London: Penguin, 1976)

      3. Secondary
      4. E. L. Tomarken, 'Travels into the unknown: Rasselas and A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland', in The Unknown Samuel Johnson, ed. by John J. Burke, Jr and Donald Kay (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1983), pp. 150-67

        ^

    36. Ledoux, Claude Nicholas.
      1. Primary
      2. C. N. Ledoux, L'architecture consid�r�e sous le rapport de l'art, des moeurs et de la l�gislation, facs. edn (London: Architectural Press, 1983)

        C. N. Ledoux Architecture de Ledoux : in�dits pour un tome III, ed. by Michel Gallet (Paris: Les Editions du Demi-Cercle, 1991)

      3. Secondary
      4. Anthony Vidler, Claude-Nicolas Ledoux: Architecture and social reform at the end of the Ancien R�gime (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1990)

        ^

    37. Leibniz, G. W.
    38. Ayval Ramati, 'Harmony at a distance: Leibniz's scientific academies', Isis, 87 (1996), 430-52

      Frank Edward Manuel, ed. Utopias and Utopian Thought (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1966)

      ^

    39. Lodwick, Francis
      1. Primary
      2. Francis Lodwick, A Country Not Named, ed. by William Poole (Tempe, AZ: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 2007)

      3. Secondary
      4. William Poole, 'A Rare Early-Modern Utopia: Francis Lodwick's A Country Not Named (c. 1675)', Utopian Studies, 15 (2004), 117–40

        William Poole, 'Francis Lodwick's Creation: Theology and Natural Philosophy in the Early Royal Society', Journal of the History of Ideas, 66 (2005), 245–64

        William Poole, 'Francis Lodwick, Hans Sloane, and the Bodleian Library', The Library, 7 (2006), 377–418

        William Poole, 'The Genesis Narrative in the Circle of Robert Hooke and Francis Lodwick', in Scripture and Scholarship in Early Modern England, ed. by Ariel Hessayon and Nicholas Keene (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006), pp. 41–57

        ^

    40. 'I. D. M.'
    41. Note: as far as we are aware, there is no English translation of Antangil.

      1. Primary
      2. I. D. M., Histoire du grand et admirable royaume d'Antangil ([Saumur]: T. Maire, 1616) [Available on Gallica]]

        ^

    42. Mercier, L. S.
      1. Primary
      2. Louis-S�bastien Mercier, L'An deux mille quatre cent quarante: r�ve s'il en f�t jamais (London: [s.n.], 1774) [available on Gallica, no. N089043]

        Louis-Sebastien Mercier, Memoirs of the Year Two Thousand Five Hundred (New York: Garland, 1974)

        Louis-Sebastien Mercier, Memoirs of the Year 2500, ed. by Mary Elizabeth Bown (Boston: Gregg, 1977)

        Louis S�bastien Mercier, 'In the Year 2500', in French Utopias: An anthology of ideal societies, ed. and trans. by Frank E. Manuel and Fritzie P. Manuel (New York: Free Press, 1966), pp. 131-48 [Excerpts]

      3. Secondary
      4. H. Chisick, 'Utopia, Reform and Revolution: The Political Assumptions of L.S. Mercier's L'An 2440', History of Political Thought, 22 (2001), 648-68

        ^

    43. More, Thomas
    44. Note: see further R. I. Lakowski, 'A bibliography of Thomas More's Utopia', Early Modern Literary Studies, 1 (1995), 6.1-10

      1. Editions
        1. Recommended Edition
        2. Thomas More, Utopia [1516], ed. by George M. Logan and Robert M. Adams, trans. by R. M. Adams, revised student edn, Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002)

        3. Original Latin
        4. Thomas More, Utopia: Latin Text and English Translation, ed. and trans. by George M. Logan, Robert M. Adams and Clarence Miller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995)

        5. Other Editions
        6. Thomas More, Utopia: With Erasmus's The Sileni of Alcibiades, ed. and trans. by David Wootton (Indianapolis: Hackett, 1999) [a good translation with valuable introduction]

          Thomas More, Francis Bacon and Henry Neville, Three Renaissance Utopias: Utopia, New Atlantis, The Isle of Pines, ed. by Susan Bruce (Oxford: World's Classics, 1999) [Ralph Robinson translation of Utopia into sixteenth-century English; probably best avoided.]

          Thomas More, Utopia [1516] (Leeds: Scolar Press, 1966)

          Thomas More, Utopia: London 1551 (Amsterdam: Theatrvm Orbis Terrarvm, 1968)

          Thomas More, Utopia, ed. by Edward Surtz and J. H. Hexter, The Yale Edition of the Complete Works of St. Thomas More, vol. IV (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1965)

          ^

      2. Secondary
        1. Biography
        2. J. A. Guy, Thomas More (London: Arnold, 2000)

          Richard Marius, Thomas More (London: Phoenix, 1999)

          Anthony Kenny, Thomas More, Past Masters (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983)

          Alistair Fox, Thomas More: History and Providence (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1982)

          ^

        3. General Studies
          1. Books
          2. Dominic Baker-Smith, More's Utopia, Renaissance Society of America Reprint Texts 11 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2000; first publ. 1991)

            George M. Logan, The Meaning of More's 'Utopia' (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983)

            Robbin S. Johnson, More's Utopia: Ideal and illusion, Yale College Series 9 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1969)

            J. H. Hexter, More's 'Utopia': The Biography of an Idea (New York, 1965)

            Edward L. Surtz, S.J., The Praise of Wisdom: A Commentary on the Religious and Moral Problems and Backgrounds of St Thomas More's 'Utopia' (Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1957)

            Edward L. Surtz, S.J., The Praise of Pleasure: Philosophy, education, and communism in More's 'Utopia' (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1957)

            Russell Ames, Citizen Thomas More and his Utopia (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1949)

            ^

          3. Articles
          4. Carlo Ginzburg, No Island is an Island: Four glances at English literature in a world perspective, trans. by John Tedeschi, Italian Academy Lectures (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000), ch. 1

            David Wootton, 'Friendship portrayed: a new account of Utopia', History Workshop Journal, 45 (1998), 29-47

            Joseph M. Levine, 'Thomas More and the English Renaissance: history and fiction in Utopia', in The Historical Imagination in Early Modern Britain: History, rhetoric and fiction, 1500-1800, ed. by Donald R. Kelley and David Harris Sacks (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 69-92

            Amy Boesky, Founding Fictions: Utopias in Early Modern England (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996), ch. 1

            J. Dougherty, 'Geometries of perfection: Atlantis, Utopia and the City of the Sun', Soundings, 69 (1986), 310-25

            Alistair Fox, 'The Morean synthesis: Utopia', in Thomas More: History and Providence (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1982), pp. 50-74

            J. C. Davis, Utopia and the Ideal Society: A Study of English Utopian Writing, 1516-1700 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981), ch. 2

            R. S. Sylvester and G. P. Marc'hadour, eds. Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More (Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977), pp. 262

            ^

          5. Collections of Articles
          6. A. D. Cousins and Damian Grace, eds., More's Utopia and the Utopian Inheritance (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995)

            John C. Olin, ed. Interpreting Thomas More's 'Utopia' (New York: Fordham University Press, 1989)

            Michael J. Moore, ed. Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More: Selected papers from the Thomas More College Conference (Boone, NC: Albion, 1978)

            ^

        4. Bibliography
        5. A. J. Geritz, Thomas More: An annotated bibliography of criticism, 1935-1997 (London: Greenwood Press, 1998)

          R. I. Lakowski, 'A Bibliography of Thomas More's Utopia', Early Modern Literary Studies, 1:2 (1995), 6.1-10

          R. W. Gibson, St Thomas More: A Preliminary Bibliography of his Works and of Moreana to the Year 1750. With a bibliography of Utopiana compiled by R. W. Gibson and J. Max Patrick (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1961)

          ^

        6. Topics
          1. Geography
          2. Sarah Rees Jones, 'Thomas More's Utopia and medieval London', in Pragmatic Utopias: Ideals and Communities, 1200-1630, ed. by Rosemary Horrox and Sarah Rees Jones (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001)

            Simon Morgan-Russell, 'St. Thomas More's Utopia and the Description of Britain', Cahiers �lisab�thains, 61 (2002), 1-11

            Romuald I. Lakowski, 'Geography and the More Circle: John Rastell, Thomas More and the 'New World'', Renaissance Forum, 4 (1999)

            Romuald I. Lakowski, 'Utopia and the 'Pacific Rim': the cartographical evidence', Early Modern Literary Studies, 5 (1999), 1-19

            Neil Rennie, Far-Fetched Facts: The literature of travel and the idea of the South Seas (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995), ch. 1

            Alfred A. Cave, 'Thomas More and the New World', Albion, 23 (1991), 209-29

            ^

          3. Humanism
          4. R. P. Adams, 'Designs by More and Erasmus for a new social order', Studies in Philology, 42 (1945), 131-45

            Alistair Fox, 'English humanism and the body politic', in Reassing the Henrician Age: Humanism, Politics and Reform 1500-1550, ed. by Alistair Fox and John Guy (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986), pp. 37-41

            Quentin Skinner, 'Sir Thomas More's Utopia and the language of Renaissance humanism', in The Languages of Political Theory in Early-Modern Europe, ed. by Anthony Pagden (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), pp. 123-57

            ^

          5. Iconography
          6. Hubertus Schulte Herbr�ggen, 'Utopiae insulae figura: the title woodcut in Thomas More's Utopia, 1516', in Ut granum sinapis: Essays on Neo-Latin literature in honour of Jozef Ijsewijn, ed. by Gilbert Tournoy and Dirk Sacre, Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia XII (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1997)

            ^

          7. Intellectual Life
          8. Matthew Zilko, 'The influence of Sir Thomas More's career as a lawyer and judge on the writing of Utopia', Parergon (1999), 45-62

            Aleksander Pavkovic, 'Prosperity and Intellectual Needs: The Credibility and Coherence of More's Utopia', Utopian Studies, 4 (1993), 26-37

            ^

          9. Language, Rhetoric, Names
          10. Eric Nelson, 'Greek nonsense in More's Utopia', Historical Journal, 44 (2001), 889-918

            George M. Logan, 'Utopia and deliberative rhetoric', Moreana, 31 (1994), 103-20

            Nigel Wilson, 'The name Hythlodaeus', Moreana, 29 (1992), 33

            James S. Romm, 'More's Strategy of Naming in the Utopia', Sixteenth Century Journal, 22 (1991), 173-83

            John F. Tinkler, 'Praise and advice: rhetorical approaches in More's Utopia and Machiavelli's The Prince', Sixteenth Century Journal, 19 (1988), 187-207

            Walter R. Davis, 'Thomas More's Utopia as Fiction', Centennial Review, 24 (1980), 249-68

            Arthur F. Kinney, Rhetoric and Poetic in Thomas More's Utopia (Malibu, CA: Undena Publications, 1979)

            Elizabeth McCutcheon, 'Denying the Contrary: More's use of litotes in the Utopia', in Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More, ed. by R. S. Sylvester and G. P. Marc'hadour (Hamden, CT: Archon, 1977), pp. 263-74

            J. H. Hexter, 'The loom of language and the fabric of imperatives: the case of Il Principe and Utopia', American Historical Review, 69 (1964), 945-68

            James Simmonds, 'More's Use of Names in Book II of Utopia', Neueren Sprachen, n.f. 10 (1961), 282-84

            D. M. Bevington, 'The Dialogue in Utopia: Two sides to the question', Studies in Philology, 58 (1961), 496-509

            Richard J. Schoeck, 'Levels of Word-Play and Figurative Significations in More's Utopia', Notes and Queries, n.s. 1 (1954), 512

            ^

          11. New World
          12. Alfred A. Cave, 'Thomas More and the New World', Albion, 23 (1991), 209-29

            Victor N. Baptiste, Bartolome de las Casas & Thomas More's 'Utopia' (Labyrinthos, 1990)

            Patrick Dooley, 'More's Utopia and the new world utopias: is the good life an easy life?' Thought, 60 (1985), 31-48

            ^

          13. Politics
          14. H. B. Norland, 'More's and Elyot's Political Perspectives and their Classical Precedents', Moreana, 40 (2003), 121-42

            Eric Nelson, 'Greek nonsense in More's Utopia', Historical Journal, 44 (2001), 889-918

            Romuald I. Lakowski, 'Utopia and the 'Pacific Rim': the cartographical evidence', Early Modern Literary Studies, 5 (1999), 1-19

            David Weil Baker, Divulging Utopia: Radical humanism in sixteenth-century England (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1999)

            A. Moulakis, 'Pride and the meaning of Utopia', History of Political Thought, 11 (1990), 241-56

            Timothy Kenyon, Utopian Communism and Political Thought in Early Modern England (London: Pinter, 1989)

            Quentin Skinner, 'Sir Thomas More's Utopia and the language of Renaissance humanism', in The Languages of Political Theory in Early-Modern Europe, ed. by Anthony Pagden (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), pp. 123-57

            Timothy Kenyon, 'The Problem of Freedom and Moral Behaviour in Thomas More's Utopia', Journal of the History of Philosophy, 21 (1983), 349-73

            Brendan Bradshaw, 'More on Utopia', Historical Journal, 24 (1981), 1-27

            J. H. Hexter, 'Thomas More and the problem of counsel', in Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More: Selected papers from the Thomas More College Conference, ed. by Michael J. Moore (Boone, NC: Albion, 1978), pp. 55-66

            D. B. Fenlon, 'England and Europe: Utopia and its aftermath', Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 25 (1975), 115-35

            R. J. Schoeck, 'Bodin's opposition to the mixed state and to Thomas More', in Jean Bodin: Verhandlungen der internationalen Bodin-Tagung in M�nchen 1970, ed. by Horst Denzer, M�nchener Studien zur Politik18 (Munich: Beck, 1973), pp. 399-412

            J. R. Major, 'The Renaissance monarchy as seen by Erasmus, More, Seyssel and Machiavelli', in Action and Conviction in Early Modern Europe, ed. by T. K. Rabb and J. E. Seigel (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1969), pp. 17-31

            ^

          15. Reception
          16. Lakowski's bibliography of Thomas More has a very full section on works on the reception of Utopia.

            Luigi Firpo, 'Thomas More e la sua fortuna in Italia', in Studi sull'Utopia, ed. by Luigi Firpo (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1977), pp. 31-58

            ^

          17. Sources
          18. John Michael Parrish, 'A New Source for More's Utopia', Historical Journal, 40 (1997), 493-98

            Arthur J. Slavin, 'Platonism and the problem of counsel in Utopia', in Reformation, Humanism and "Revolution": Papers presented at the Folger Institute seminar "Political thought in the Henrician age, 1500-1550", ed. by Gordon J. Schochet, Patricia E. Tatspaugh and Carol Brobeck, Proceedings of the Folger Institute Center for the History of British Political Thought 1 (Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 1990), pp. 207-34

            Warren W. Wooden, 'Thomas More and Lucian: A study in satiric influence and technique', University of Mississipi Studies in English, 13 (1985), 43-57

            Elizabeth McCutcheon, 'More's Utopia and Cicero's Paradoxa Stoicorum', Moreana, 86 (1985), 3-22

            Bracht Branham, 'Utopian Laughter: Lucian and Thomas More', Moreana, 86 (1985), 23-53

            Elizabeth McCutcheon, My Dear Peter: The 'Ars Poetica' and hermeneutics for More's 'Utopia' (Angers, 1983)

            Thomas White, 'Pride and the public good: Thomas More's use of Plato in Utopia', Journal of the History of Philosophy, 20 (1982), 329-54

            John A. Gueguen, 'Reading More's Utopia as a criticism of Plato', in Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More: Selected papers from the Thomas More College Conference, ed. by Michael J. Moore (Boone, NC: Albion, 1978), pp. 43-54

            Thomas White, 'Aristotle and Utopia', Renaissance Quarterly, 29 (1976), 635-75

            Wayne A. Rebhorn, 'Thomas More's enclosed garden: Utopia and Renaissance humanism', English Literary Renaissance, 6 (1976), 140-55

            Martin N. Raitiere, 'More's Utopia and the City of God', Studies in the Renaissance, 20 (1973), 144-68

            T. S. Dorsch, 'Sir Thomas More and Lucian: An interpretation of Utopia', Neueren Sprachen, 203 (1967), 352-5

            Richard J. Schoeck, 'More, Plutarch, and King Agis: Spartan history and the meaning of Utopia', Philological Quarterly, 35 (1956), 366-75

            W. G. L. Randles, 'The sources of Sir Thomas More's Utopia', Revista da Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa, 21 (1955)

            ^

          19. Religion
          20. Jeremy P. Goldberg, 'Coventry's "Lollard" programme of 1492 and the making of Utopia', in Pragmatic Utopias: Ideals and Communities, 1200-1630, ed. by Rosemary Horrox and Sarah Rees Jones (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001)

            Germain Marc'haudour, 'Utopia and Martyrdom', in Interpreting Thomas More's 'Utopia', ed. by John C. Olin (New York: Fordham University Press, 1989), pp. 63-65

            Dominic Baker-Smith, 'Utopia and the Franciscans', in More's Utopia and the Utopian Inheritance, ed. by A. D. Cousins and Damian Grace (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995), pp. 37-52

            Richard J. Schoeck, 'The ironic and the prophetic: towards reading More's Utopia as a multidisciplinary work', in Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More: Selected papers from the Thomas More College Conference, ed. by Michael J. Moore (Boone, NC: Albion, 1978), pp. 124-34

            P. Albert Duhamel, 'Medievalism of More's Utopia', Studies in Philology, 52 (1955), 99-126

            ^

          21. Interpretations of Specific Sections
            1. Book I
            2. Emrys Jones, 'Commoners and kings: Book I of More's Utopia', in Medieval Studies for J. A. W. Bennett: aetatis suae LXX, ed. by P. L. Heyworth (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981), pp. 255-72

            3. The End of Book II
            4. Thomas I. White, 'Festivitas, utilitas, et Opes: the concluding irony and philosophical purpose of More's Utopia', in Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More: Selected papers from the Thomas More College Conference, ed. by Michael J. Moore (Boone, NC: Albion, 1978), pp. 135-50

              W. S. Allen, 'The tone of More's farewell to Utopia: a reply to J. H. Hexter', Moreana, 13 (1976), 108-18

            5. The Liminary Epistles
            6. Warren W. Wooden, 'A reconsideration of the parerga of Thomas More's Utopia', in Quincentennial Essays on St. Thomas More: Selected papers from the Thomas More College Conference, ed. by Michael J. Moore (Boone, NC: Albion, 1978), pp. 151-60

              Peter R. Allen, 'Utopia and European Humanism: The function of the prefatory letters and verses', Studies in the Renaissance, 10 (1963), 91-107

              ^

    45. Neville, Henry
      1. Primary
      2. Note: there is no satisfactory modern edition of Neville's Isle of Pines. The most easily available one is as follows:

        Henry Neville, 'The Isle of Pines', in Three Renaissance Utopias: Utopia, New Atlantis, The Isle of Pines, ed. by Susan Bruce (Oxford: World's Classics, 1999), pp. 187-212

        Unfortunately there are a number of serious failings with this edition. In the first place, the editor takes her copy-text not from original printed editions but from an earlier twentieth-century edition. Secondly, the text is not reliable. In particular, note the absurd reading 'irrelevantly' (recte 'irreverently') at p. 202. Finally, the edition nowhere draws attention to the related text A New and Further Discovery of the Islle of Pines (London, 1668). If you would like to consult the best original text of the Isle of Pines, it is available on EEBO; search under Bibliographic Number 'N506'. Note that the the other text published in the same year, with the same title (Wing number N505) is also deficient.

      3. Secondary
      4. Amy Boesky, Founding Fictions: Utopias in Early Modern England (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996), ch. 5

        Daniel Carey, 'Henry Neville's Isle of Pines: Travel, Forgery, and the Problem of Genre', Angelaki, 1 (1993), 23-39

        Susan Wiseman, '"Adam, the father of all flesh": porno-political rhetoric and political theory in and after the Civil War', in Pamphlet Wars: Prose in the English Revolution, ed. by James Holstun (London: Frank Cass, 1992), pp. 134-57

        A. Owen Aldridge, 'Polygamy in early fiction: Henry Neville and Denis Veiras', Publications of the Modern Language Association, 65 (1950), 464-72

        ^

    46. Patrizi, Francesco
    47. Note: See also the bibliography on Patrizi maintained by Eugene E. Ryan

      1. Primary
      2. Carlo Curcio, ed. Utopisti e riformatori sociali del Cinquecento: A. F. Doni - U. Foglietta - F. Patrizi da Cherso - L. Agostini (Bologna, 1941)

        Francesco Patrizi, La città felice, trans. by Eugene E. Ryan (1998) (http://www.ecu.edu/medieval/cittafel.htm). [Alas, Professor Ryan! This seems no longer to be available (March 2003)]

      3. Secondary
      4. Luigi Firpo, 'Renaissance Utopianism', in The Late Italian Renaissance, 1525-1630, ed. by Eric Cochrane (London: Macmillan, 1970), pp. 149-67

        Luigi Firpo, L'utopia nell'eta' della controriforma (Turin: G. Giappichelli, 1977)

        ^

    48. Phillips, Ambrose
      1. Primary
      2. [Ambrose Phillips], 'A Description of New Athens (1720)', in Utopias of the British Enlightenment, ed. by Gregory Claeys, CTHPT (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)

        ^

    49. Plato
      1. Primary
      2. Plato, The Republic, ed. by G. R. F. Ferrari, trans. by Tom Griffith, Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)

      3. Secondary
      4. M. F. Burnyeat, 'Utopia and Fantasy: the practicability of Plato's ideally just city', in Psychoanalysis, Mind and Art: Perspectives on Richard Wollheim, ed. by Jim Hopkins and Anthony Savile (Oxford: Blackwell, 1992)

        J. Dougherty, 'Geometries of perfection: Atlantis, Utopia and the City of the Sun', Soundings, 69 (1986), 310-25

        ^

    50. Plattes, Gabriel (Hartlib, Samuel)
      1. Primary
      2. [Gabriel Plattes], 'A Description of the Famous Kingdome of Macaria', in Utopian planning and the puritan revolution: Gabriel Plattes, Samuel Hartlib and 'Macaria', ed. by Charles Webster (Oxford: Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, 1979)

        'Samuel Hartlib' [sic], A Description of the Famous Kingdome of Macaria [1641], ed. by R. H. Dillon (San Salito: Elan, 1961)

        'Samuel Hartlib' [sic], 'A Description of the Famous Kingdome of Macaria (1641)', in Samuel Hartlib and the Advancement of Learning, ed. by Charles Webster (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970), pp. 79-90

      3. Secondary
      4. Donald R. Dickson, The Tessera of Antilia: Utopian brotherhoods and secret societies in the early seventeenth century, Brill�s Studies in Intellectual History 88 (Boston: Brill, 1998)

        Amy Boesky, Founding Fictions: Utopias in Early Modern England (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996), ch. 3

        Charles Webster, 'The Authorship and Significance of Macaria', Past and Present, 56 (1972), 34-48

        Charles Webster, Utopian planning and the puritan revolution: Gabriel Plattes, Samuel Hartlib and 'Macaria' (Oxford: Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, 1979)

        Enrico De Mas, 'Antilia e Macaria. Due progetti di società cristiana nel Seicento', in Studi sull'Utopia, ed. by Luigi Firpo (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 1977), pp. 163-88

        Charles Webster, The Great Instauration: Science, Medicine and Reform 1626-1660 (London: Duckworth, 1975)

        ^

    51. Quiroga, Vasco de
    52. Paz Serrano Gassent, Vasco de Quiroga: utop�a y derecho en la conquista de Am�rica, Secci�n de obras de pol�tica y derecho (Madrid: Universidad Nacional de Educaci�n a Distancia, 2001)

      Silvio Zavala, Ideario de Vasco de Quiroga [first publ. 1941], 2nd edn (M�xico, D.F.: Colegio de M�xico, Centro de Etudios Hist�ricos, 1995)

      Silvio Zavala, 'Sir Thomas More in New Spain', in Recuerdos de Vasco de Quiroga (Mexico City: Editorial Porr�a, 1965), pp. 99-116

      Silvio Zavala, 'The American Utopia of the Sixteenth Century', Huntington Library Quarterly, 4 (1947), 341

      ^

    53. Rabelais
      1. Primary
      2. Fran�ois Rabelais, Gargantua and Pantagruel, trans. by Sir Henry Urquhart and Peter le Motteux (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1934)

        Fran�ois Rabelais, 'The Abbey of Theleme', in French Utopias: An anthology of ideal societies, ed. and trans. by F. Edward Manuel and Fritzie P. Manuel (New York: Free Press, 1966), pp. 25-33 [Excerpt]

      3. Secondary
      4. I. F. Clarke, 'From space to time: the future is another place', Futures, 22 (1990), 752-60

        V. L. Saulnier, 'Mythologies Pantagrueliques. L'Utopie en France: Morus et Rabelais', in Les Utopies à la Renaissance (Brussels, 1963), pp. 137-62

        ^

    54. Salomon, Bernard
    55. Peter Sharratt, 'The imaginary city of Bernard Salomon', in Intellectual Life in Renaissance Lyon, ed. by Philip Ford and Gillian Jondorf (Cambridge: Cambridge French Colloquia, 1993), pp. 33-48

      ^

    56. Scott, Sarah
      1. Primary
      2. Sarah Scott, 'Millennium Hall' [1778], in Modern British Utopias, 1700-1850, ed. by Gregory Claeys, 8 vols, vol. II (London: Pickering & Chatto, 1997)

      3. Secondary
      4. Nicole Pohl, '"Sweet place, where virtue then did rest": The Appropriation of the Country-house ethos in Sarah Scott's Millennium Hall', Utopian Studies, 7 (1996), 49-59

        James Cruise, 'A House Divided: Sarah Scott's Millenium Hall', Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 35 (1995), 555-73

        D. W. Hall, 'Sarah Scott, Millennium Hall and female philanthropy', Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 35 (1995), 535-53

        Vincet Caretta, 'Utopia Limited: Sarah Scott's Millenium Hall and The History of Sir George Ellison', The Age of Johnson, 5 (1992), 303-25

        ^

    57. Shakespeare, William
      1. Primary
      2. The Tempest, II. i. 1-195

      3. Secondary
      4. David Norbrook, '"What care these roarers for the name of a king?": language and utopia in The Tempest', in The Politics of Tragicomedy: Shakespeare and after, ed. by Gordon McMullan and Jonathan Hope (London: Routledge, 1992)

        ^

    58. Stiblin, Kaspar
      1. Primary
      2. Kaspar Stiblin, Commentariolus de Eudaemonensium Republica (Basel 1555), ed. and trans. by Isabel-Dorothea Jahn, Theorie und Forschung 304/21 (Regensburg: S. Roderer, 1994)

        Kaspar Stiblin, De Eudaemonensium Republica, ed. by Luigi Firpo (Turin, 1959)

      3. Secondary
      4. Luigi Firpo, 'Kaspar Stiblin, utopiste', in Utopies à la Renaissance, ed. by J. Lameere (Brussels: Universit� libre de Bruxelles, 1963)

        Miriam Eliav-Feldon, Realistic Utopias: The ideal imaginary societies of the Renaissance, 1516-1630 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982)

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    59. Swift, Jonathan
      1. Primary
      2. Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels [1726], ed. by Paul Turner, Oxford World's Classics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986)

      3. Secondary
      4. Kate Loveman, '"Full of improbable lies": Gulliver's Travels and jest books', British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies, 26 (2003), 15-26

        Hermann J. Real, 'Voyages to nowhere: More's Utopia and Swift's Gulliver's Travels', in Eighteenth-century contexts : historical inquiries in honor of Phillip Harth, ed. by Howard D. Weinbrot, Peter J. Schakel and Stephen E. Karian (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2001), pp. 96-113

        John B. Radner, 'Gulliver's Travels and the Failure of Utopia', Utopian Studies, 3 (1992), 50-73

        J. Mezciems, 'The unity of Swift's 'Voyage to Laputa': structure as meaning in utopian fiction', Modern Language Review, 72 (1977), 1-21

        G. Beauchamp, 'Gulliver's Return to the Cave: Plato's Republic and Book IV of Gulliver's Travels', Michigan Academician, 7 (1974), 201-09

        Brian Vickers, 'The satiric structure of Gulliver's Travels and More's Utopia', in The World of Jonathan Swift, ed. by Brian Vickers (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1968), pp. 233-57

        See also the section on More and Swift in Lakowski's bibliography.

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    60. Voltaire
    61. Note: the episode of El Dorado in Candide certainly has a number of utopian elements, although it would be a shame to read it in isolation from the rest of the book.

      1. Primary
        1. Original French Edition
        2. [Voltaire], Candide, ou l'Optimisme, traduit de l'allemand de M. le docteur Ralph ([Geneva], 1759) [Gallica N070445]

        3. Suggested English Translation
        4. Voltaire, Candide and Other Stories, ed. and trans. by Roger Pearson, World's Classics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990)

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    62. Winstanley, Gerrard
      1. Primary
      2. Gerrard Winstanley, The Law of Freedom and Other Writings, ed. Christopher Hill, Past and Present Publications (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983; first publ. London: Pelican, 1973)

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    63. Zuccolo, Lodovico
    64. Note: as far as we are aware, there is no English translation of the works below by Zuccolo.

      1. Primary
      2. Lodovico Zuccolo, La Repubblica d'Evandria e altri dialoghi politici [1625], ed. by R. de Mattei (Rome, 1944)

        Lodovico Zuccolo, Il Belluzzi ovvero La Città Felice, ed. by Amy A. Bernardy (Bologna, 1929)

      3. Secondary
      4. Luigi Firpo, 'Renaissance Utopianism', in The Late Italian Renaissance, 1525-1630, ed. by Eric Cochrane (London: Macmillan, 1970), pp. 149-67

        Luigi Firpo, L'utopia nell'eta' della controriforma (Turin: G. Giappichelli, 1977)

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