The Nationality of Utopia: H. G. Wells, England, and the World State by Maxim Shadurski

Utopian Studies 32 (1):127-132 (2021)
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In The Nationality of Utopia, Maxim Shadurski considers the utopian writings of H. G. Wells within the context of cultural Englishness and the British liberal tradition. Shadurski, an associate professor of literary theory and comparative studies at Siedlce University, has edited The Wellsian, the journal of the H. G. Wells Society, since 2016 and published Utopiia kak model mira: granitsy i pogranichiia literaturnogo iavleniia in 2016. Curiously, given Shadurski's multinational heritage—a Belorussian by birthright who has published in Russian and English and teaches at a Polish university—his secondary sources are overwhelmingly...



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