The Paradise within Reach of All Men, without Labour, by Powers of Nature and Machinery. An Address To All Intelligent Men. In Two Parts

TitleThe Paradise within Reach of All Men, without Labour, by Powers of Nature and Machinery. An Address To All Intelligent Men. In Two Parts
Year for Search1833
AuthorsEtzler, J[ohn] A[dolphus](1791?-1846?)
Tertiary AuthorsEtzler, J. A.
Date Published1833
PublisherEtzler and Reinhold
Place PublishedPittsburgh, PA
KeywordsGerman author, Male author, US author
Annotation

The basic work of Etzler’s many depicting eutopia through technology but which includes descriptions of the better life that will be achieved through the use of the technology. There is considerable description of the technology involved, which includes wind, tidal, wave, and solar power. On the technology, see also his The New World or Mechanical System, To Perform the Labours of Man and Beast by Inanimate Powers, That Cost Nothing, for Producing and Preparing the Substance of Life. With Plates. Philadelphia, PA: C. F. Stollmeyer, 1841. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adophus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977; and Description of the Naval Automation, Invented by J. A. Etzler and Patented in American and Europe. Philadelphia, PA: Ptd. by Gihon and Fairchild, [1841/42?]. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adophus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977. See also 1843 and 1844 (2) Etzler.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adolphus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977. Items separately paged.

U. K. ed. London: J. Brooks, 1836. 2nd English ed. London: Ptd. by and pub. by J. Cleave, 1842.

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Author Note

The author (1791?-1846?) was born in Germany and emigrated to the U. S. in 1831.

Full Text

1833 Etzler, J[ohn] A[dolphus] (1791?-1846?). The Paradise within Reach of All Men, without Labour, by Powers of Nature and Machinery. An Address To All Intelligent Men. In Two Parts [separately paged]. Pittsburgh, PA: Etzler and Reinhold. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adolphus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977. Items separately paged. U. K. ed. London: J. Brooks, 1836. 2nd English ed. London: Ptd. by and pub. by J. Cleave, 1842. This ed. was negatively reviewed by Henry David Thoreau in the United States Magazine and Democratic Review 13.65 (November 1843): 451-64. DLC, L, MoU-St, PSt

The basic work of Etzler’s many depicting eutopia through technology but which includes descriptions of the better life that will be achieved through the use of the technology. There is considerable description of the technology involved, which includes wind, tidal, wave, and solar power. On the technology, see also his The New World or Mechanical System, To Perform the Labours of Man and Beast by Inanimate Powers, That Cost Nothing, for Producing and Preparing the Substance of Life. With Plates. Philadelphia, PA: C. F. Stollmeyer, 1841. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adophus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977; and Description of the Naval Automation, Invented by J. A. Etzler and Patented in American and Europe. Philadelphia, PA: Ptd. by Gihon and Fairchild, [1841/42?]. Rpt. in The Collected Works of John Adophus Etzler. Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles & Reprints, 1977. See also 1843 and 1844 (2) Etzler. The author was born in Germany and emigrated to the U. S. in 1831.