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  1. The islandian world of Austin Wright by Lawrence Clark Powell, 1927

21. Austin Wright - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Katharine, Joanna, Margaret Relative(s) John Kirtland Wright, Austin Tappan Wright, John Henry Wright, Arthur Cushman McGiffert, Mary Tappan Wright
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Austin Wright
Austin M. Wright Born September 6, 1922
Yonkers
New York Died April 23, 2003
Cincinnati
Ohio Occupation Novelist literary critic Professor Author Genres Fiction Criticism Notable work(s) Tony and Susan Camden's Eyes Recalcitrance, Faulkner and the Professors The Morely Mythology Telling Time After Gregory Disciples First Persons The Formal Principle in the Novel Notable award(s) Whiting Writers' Award Spouse(s) Sara Hull Wright Children Katharine, Joanna, Margaret Relative(s) John Kirtland Wright Austin Tappan Wright John Henry Wright Arthur Cushman McGiffert ... Mary Tappan Wright Austin McGiffert Wright Yonkers, New York – April 23, 2003 Cincinnati ) was a novelist , literary critic and professor emeritus of English at the University of Cincinnati
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22. Werfel, Franz (Harper's Magazine)
SEE ALSO A little lower than the angels; Werth, Alexander; Wright, Austin Tappan; Crockett, Chris; Weston, Christine; Werfel, Franz; Islandia; Hindus, Maurice Gerschon; Moscow war
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23. Utopia/dystopia
Wright, Austin Tappan Islandia; Wyndham, John The Day of the Triffids; Yevgeny Zamyatin We; Back to Top Reading Lists Booktalks main page
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Utopia/dystopia
  • Aldiss, Brian Enemies of the System Atwood, Margaret The Handmaid's Tale Ballard, J. G. Running Wild Baum, L. Frank The Wonderful World of Oz Bellamy, Edward Looking Backward Bradbury Ray Fahrenheit 451 Brin, David Glory Season Broderick, Damien Transcension Brooks, Bruce No Kidding Brunner, John The Sheep Look Up Burdekin, Katharine Swastika Night Burgess, Anthony A Clockwork Orange Callenbach, Ernest Ecotopia Charnas, Suzy McKee Motherlines Clarke, Arthur C. Imperial Earth Disch, Thomas M.334 Egan, Greg Distress Elgin, Suzette Haden Yonder Comes The Other End Of Time Frayn, Michael A Very Private Life Gilman, Charlotte Perkins Herland Gilman, Charlotte Perkins Moving the Mountain Golding, William Lord of the Flies Graves, Robert Watch The North Wind Rise Haddix, Margaret Peterson Among the Hidden Haddix, Margaret Peterson Among the Impostors Haddix, Tim Running Out of Time Harrison, Harry Make Room! Make Room! Hartley, L. P. Facial Justice

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Wright, Austin Tappan 72.00 USD Add to Shopping Cart Silent Thunder In the Presence of Elephants Payne, Katy 6.00 USD Add to Shopping Cart Gibbon's The Decline Fall of the Roman Empire
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25. SFFRD Browse Records Texas A M University Libraries
Englewood Cliffs, NJ Salem Press, 1979. pp. 10841088. Subjects WRIGHT, AUSTIN TAPPAN Options Download this record Email this record
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26. Islandia (novel): Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
Utopia is a name for an ideal community or society, which is taken from Of the Best State of a Republic, and of the New Island Utopia, a book written in 1516 by Sir Thomas More
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Discussion Ask a question about ' Islandia (novel) Start a new discussion about ' Islandia (novel) Answer questions from other users Full Discussion Forum Encyclopedia Islandia is a classic novel of utopia Utopia Utopia is a name for an ideal community or society, which is taken from Of the Best State of a Republic, and of the New Island Utopia, a book written in 1516 by Sir Thomas More describing a fictional island in the Atlantic Ocean, possessing a seemingly perfect socio-politico-legal system...
n fiction by Austin Tappan Wright Austin Tappan Wright Austin Tappan Wright was an American legal scholar and author, best remembered for his major work of Utopian fiction, Islandia...
, a U. C. Berkeley University of California, Berkeley The University of California, Berkeley , is a public research university located in Berkeley, California, United States...
Law School Professor. Written as a hobby over a long period of time, it was posthumously edited down by a third by his wife and daughter, and first published in hardcover Hardcover A hardcover, hardback or hardbound is a book bound with rigid protective covers...

27. Wright A.T.
Arts/Literature/Authors/W/Wright, Austin Tappan; Wilson, Rhys; Arts/Literature/Authors/W/Wright, Sydney Fowler; Windling, Terri; Arts/Literature/Authors/W/Wurts, Janny
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28. UCSB Special Collections: Research: Santa Barbara Authors & Publishers
Wright, Austin Tappan (18831931). Lived in Santa Barbara part of each year while writing Islandia (1942) Main PS3545.R947 I8 1958. See also Gilbar, Literary, 61, 271-272.
http://www.library.ucsb.edu/speccoll/research/sbauthors_w.html

29. AUTHORS
WRIGHT, AUSTIN TAPPAN (18831931) Austin Tappan Wright - The Man Who Envisioned Islandia Source Andrew F
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    Boondock's Robert A. Heinlein Tribute Page Source: Boondock Web Design The Robert A. Heinlein Home Page Source: James Gifford , Sacramento, CA, USA
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    VONNEGUT, KURT
    Welcome To The Monkey House! - Or How Kurt Vonnegut Changed our Lives Source: Brian Rodriguez , Raleigh, NC, USA
    WRIGHT, AUSTIN TAPPAN (1883-1931)
    Austin Tappan Wright - The Man Who Envisioned Islandia Source: Andrew F. Wood Ohio University , Athens, OH, USA
    Web page dedicated to the author of a well-known modern "non-industrial" utopia.
    ZELAZNY, ROGER (1937-1995)

    30. Utopian Literature - Alphabetical List
    Wright, Austin Tappan Islandia Wright, Ronald A Scientific Romance Wyndham, John Day of the Triffids Wyndham, John The Chrysalids Zamyatin, Yevgeny We
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    31. Wright, Mary Tappan, 1851-1916. Correspondence And Compositions: Guide.
    The letters are variously addressed to Benjamin Tappan, Lydia (McDowell) Tappan, John Henry Wright, Elizabeth Tappan Wright, Austin Tappan Wright, John Kirtland Wright, Mary
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    MS Am 1701
    Wright, Mary Tappan, 1851-1916. Correspondence and compositions: Guide.
    Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
    Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138
    Descriptive Summary
    Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University
    Location: b
    Call No.: MS Am 1701
    Creator: Wright, Mary Tappan, 1851-1916.
    Title: Correspondence and compositions,
    Date(s):
    Quantity: 6 boxes (3 linear ft.)
    Abstract: Correspondence of American novelist Mary Tappan Wright and her family as well as drafts of literary compositions.
    Acquisition Information:
    Gift of John K. Wright, Lyme, New Hampshire; received: 1963.
    Historical Note
    Mary Tappan Wright was an American novelist and short story writer. Her husband, John Henry Wright, was a professor of Greek and a Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University.
    Arrangement
    Organized into the following series:
    • I. Correspondence II. Compositions III. Notes and drafts

    32. 000243 - Allegory
    Saramago, Jos Death with Interruptions; Saramago, Jos The Stone Raft; Saramago, Jos The Tale of the Unknown Island; Wiesel, Elie The Judges; Wright, Austin Tappan Islandia
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    Allegory Stories with more than one meaning, most often moral or religious.
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    33. Open Site - Arts: Literature: Authors: W
    Wright, Austin Tappan Wright, Charles Wright, James Wright, L. R. Wright, Richard Wright, Sydney Fowler Wroth, Mary Wu Tsao Wurts, Janny
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    34. Violet Books: Lost Race Checklist VII
    Wright, Austin Tappan. ISLANDIA. NY Farrar Rinehart, 1942. Utopian island kingdom. Wright, Austin Tappan Davenport, Basil AN INTRODUCTION TO ISLANDIA.
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    Lost Race Checklist
    The Lost Race Theme in Adventure Fiction
    Authors T thru Z:
  • Taine, John [pseud of Eric Temple Bell] . THE GOLD TOOTH. NY: Dutton, 1927. Unknown white race intermixed with Asian found in remote area of Korea.
  • Taine, John . THE GREATEST ADVENTURE. NY: Dutton, 1929. Super-ancient technology; hollow earth under Antarctica; prehistoric survival.
  • Taine, John . THE PURPLE SAPPHIRE. NY: Dutton, 1924. Decaying civilization discovered in Tibet.
  • Taine, John . THE TIME STREAM, THE GREAT ADVENTURE, THE PURPLE SAPPHIRE: Three Novels. NY: Dover, 1964. Omnibus includes two lost race novels.
  • Tall, Stephen . THE PEOPLE BEYOND THE WALL. NY: Daw, 1980. Wraps.
  • Tannen, Mary
  • . FROM DUSK TILL DAWN. NY: Miramax Books, 1996 wraps. Marginal. Screenplay for a Tex-Mex vampire film. In the end, it turns out the vampire club is the peak of a buried Mayan pyramid, implying they're Mayans I guess.
  • Tarnacre, Robert [pseud of Robert Cartmell] . BEYOND THE SWAMPS. Ln: John Lane, 1929. Unchanged Roman city discovered in Africa. Rare.
  • Taylor, Edward C.
  • 35. The Fay Family: Books And Original Sources
    Wright, Austin Tappan, 18831931. Wright, Margaret Garrad Stone, 1886-1937. Women's Philharmonic Society of New York.
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    Search billions of records on Ancestry.com THE FAY FAMILY PAGE
    ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIALS VARIOUS FAY MANUSCRIPTS Contributed by Laura Greene
    June 23, 2000
    The following Library of Congress site shows where a number of manuscripts written by various FAYS are being held. I will post a few of these for those who may be interested.
    National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections

    Laura Greene
    Carlsbad, CA
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    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/g/r/e/Laura-Greene/ Table of Contents Fay, Maria Fay Brothers (John, Patrick, Logan, David) Fay Family (John, Patrick, Logan) Fay, Charles Melville ... Fay, Ernest Wilber Author Fay, Maria. Title : Diary, 1835 May 19-June 18. Description Notes Purchased from Larry Miller, 2000. Unpublished finding aid. Maria Fay Diary. Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University. Subjects : Fay, Maria. Auburn Prison. Htel-Dieu de Montral. Voyages and travels. Canada, Eastern Description and travel. Massachusetts Description and travel. New York (State) Description and travel. Diaries. aat Location : Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University Cambridge, MA 02138.

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