Mildred Carver, U.S.A.

TitleMildred Carver, U.S.A.
Year for Search1918
AuthorsBruère, Martha Bensley(1879-1953)
Secondary TitleLadies Home Journal (Des Moines, IA)
Volume / Edition35-36
Pagination14-15, 56, 58; 21, 48, 51-52, 54; 21, 49, 51, 53; 25, 83-84; 21, 106, 108, 110; 15, 92, 94; 29, 82, 84; 13, 32, 34; 24, 92-93
Date PublishedJune 1918- February 1919
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia. Universal service produces an egalitarian system. Each person must serve a period of time in some labor for the country, which turns them into patriots as well as producing public works. The focus is on two very wealthy people and the way they become truly useful citizens by serving their required time, interacting with people from varied backgrounds, and doing useful work.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as Mildred Carver, U. S. A. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1919. Selections rpt. in Daring To Dream: Utopian Stories by United States Women, 1836-1919. Ed. Carol Farley Kessler (London: Pandora Press, 1984), 218-32 with an editor’s note on 216-17; and different selections rpt. in Daring To Dream: Utopian Stories By United States Women Before 1950. Ed. Carol Farley Kessler. 2nd ed. (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1995), 195-211

Holding Institutions

DLC, PSt

Author Note

The female author (1879-1953) was an artist as well as a writer.

Full Text

1918-19 Bruère, Martha Bensley (1879-1953). “Mildred Carver, U. S.A.: A Romance of the American Girl of To-Morrow.” Ladies Home Journal (Des Moines, IA) 35 - 36 (June 1918 - February 1919): 14-15, 56, 58; 21, 48, 51-52, 54; 21, 49, 51, 53; 25, 83-84; 21, 106, 108, 110; 15, 92, 94; 29, 82, 84; 13, 32, 34; 24, 92-93. Rpt. as Mildred Carver, U. S. A. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1919. Selections rpt. in Daring To Dream: Utopian Stories by United States Women, 1836-1919. Ed. Carol Farley Kessler (London: Pandora Press, 1984), 218-32 with an editor’s note on 216-17; and different selections rpt. in Daring To Dream: Utopian Stories By United States Women Before 1950. Ed. Carol Farley Kessler. 2nd ed. (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1995), 195-211. DLC, PSt

Eutopia. Universal service produces an egalitarian system. Each person must serve a period of time in some labor for the country, which turns them into patriots as well as producing public works. The focus is on two very wealthy people and the way they become truly useful citizens by serving their required time, interacting with people from varied backgrounds, and doing useful work. The female author was an artist as well as a writer.