Whitherward? Hell or Eutopia

TitleWhitherward? Hell or Eutopia
Year for Search1921
AuthorsBranford, Victor [Verasis](1863-1930)
Date Published1921
PublisherWilliams and Norgate
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

A collection of essays presenting a eutopia of regionalism and decentralization. The two page “What To Do” summarizes the eutopia. See also 1917 Branford and Geddes.

Additional Publishers

Reprints (1-52) his The Drift to Revolution Being No. 9 of Papers for the Present. London: Cities Committee, 1919; (53-76) his The War-Mind, the Business Mind, and a Third Alternative. No. 12 of Papers for the Present. London: Cities Committee, 1920; and (77-100) his A New Year’s Message: Earth, Hell and the Third Alternative. No. 14 of Papers for the Present. London: Cities Committee, 1921. Added is his “Every Man his Own Sociologist” (101-16), a “Preface” (iii-x), “What To Do” (xiv-xv), and a utopian poem, “The Appeal to the Artist” by Mrs. Rachel Annand Taylor (xi-xiii) reprinted from her Rose and Vine. London: Elkin Mathews, 1910

Info Notes

See also 1917 Branford and Geddes.

Holding Institutions

MoU, NLS, O

Author Note

(1863-1930)

Full Text

1921 Branford, Victor (1863-1930). Whitherward? Hell or Eutopia. London: Williams and Norgate. Reprints (1-52) his The Drift to Revolution Being No. 9 of Papers for the Present. London: Cities Committee, 1919; (53-76) his The War-Mind, the Business Mind, and a Third Alternative. No. 12 of Papers for the Present. London: Cities Committee, 1920; and (77-100) his A New Year’s Message: Earth, Hell and the Third Alternative. No. 14 of Papers for the Present. London: Cities Committee, 1921. Added is his “Every Man his Own Sociologist” (101-16), a “Preface” (iii-x), “What To Do” (xiv-xv), and a utopian poem, “The Appeal to the Artist” by Mrs. Rachel Annand Taylor (xi-xiii) reprinted from her Rose and Vine. London: Elkin Mathews, 1910. MoU, NLS, O

A collection of essays presenting a eutopia of regionalism and decentralization. The two page “What To Do” summarizes the eutopia.