Miss Worden's Hero. A Novel

TitleMiss Worden's Hero. A Novel
Year for Search1890
AuthorsSalisbury, H[enry] B[arnard]
Tertiary AuthorsSalisbury, H. B.
Date Published1890
PublisherG.W. Dillingham
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Standard socialist eutopia with stress on the revolution. The eutopia is described as similar to 1888 Bellamy. Money is in the form of a card which indicates the amount in units of hours, and change is given in coins that represent minutes and seconds. Machinery replaces most menial labor. Everyone is polite. Lots of gardens. It is said that there is no government, but that is not explained.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. under the author’s original and preferred title as The Birth of Freedom; A Socialist Novel. New York: Humboldt Pub. Co., 1890. 3rd. ed. New York: Humboldt Pub. Co., 1890. Also published as “The Birth of Freedom.” The Nationalist 3.4 - 8/9 (November 1890 - March/April 1891): 217-42, 296-324, 380-97, 439-61, 511-57.

Title Note

Rpt. under the author’s original and preferred title as The Birth of Freedom; A Socialist Novel. New York: Humboldt Pub. Co., 1890

Holding Institutions

L, MoU-St, W3,4742

Full Text

1890 Salisbury, H[enry] B[arnard]. Miss Worden’s Hero. A Novel. New York: G. W. Dillingham. Rpt. under the author’s original and preferred title as The Birth of Freedom; A Socialist Novel. New York: Humboldt Pub. Co., 1890. 3rd. ed. New York: Humboldt Pub. Co., 1890. Also published as “The Birth of Freedom.” The Nationalist 3.4 - 8/9 (November 1890 - March/April 1891): 217-42, 296-324, 380-97, 439-61, 511-57. L, MoU-St, W3,4742

Standard socialist eutopia with stress on the revolution. The eutopia is described as similar to 1888 Bellamy. Money is in the form of a card which indicates the amount in units of hours, and change is given in coins that represent minutes and seconds. Machinery replaces most menial labor. Everyone is polite. Lots of gardens. It is said that there is no government, but that is not explained.