The Natural Man: A Romance of the Golden Age

TitleThe Natural Man: A Romance of the Golden Age
Year for Search1902
AuthorsLloyd, J[ohn] William (1857-1940)
Tertiary AuthorsLloyd, J. William
Date Published1902
PublisherBenedict Prieth
Place PublishedNewark, NJ
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia which begins with an individual living in tune with nature on a farm called Vale Sunrise. The final chapter moves from individual to a community (who call themselves Simplicists). This community, which has “no codes, no laws, no rigid customs, no officers”, can be seen as transitional to 1904 Lloyd. See also 1900 Lloyd.

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Author Note

Lloyd (1857-1940) was the co-publisher with Leonard B. Abbott of the anarchist journal The Free Comrade and established a community of sorts on his land in California.

Full Text

1902 Lloyd, J[ohn] William (1857-1940). The Natural Man: A Romance of the Golden Age. Newark, NJ: Benedict Prieth. MoU-St

Eutopia which begins with an individual living in tune with nature on a farm called Vale Sunrise. The final chapter moves from individual to a community (who call themselves Simplicists). This community, which has “no codes, no laws, no rigid customs, no officers”, can be seen as transitional to 1904 Lloyd. See also 1900 Lloyd. Lloyd was the co-publisher with Leonard B. Abbott of the anarchist journal The Free Comrade and established a community of sorts on his land in California.