Contrasting Utopian Visions in H.G. Wells’ “A Modern Utopia”: Rousseauian Nature vs. Twentieth Century Progress

Introduction H.G. Wells’ novel “A Modern Utopia” delves into the realm of utopian thought, presenting a stark contrast between two distinct perspectives on the nature of society and human progress. In Chapter 4, titled “The Voice of Nature,” Wells juxtaposes the Rousseauian utopian ideology with the viewpoints of the “we of the twentieth century.” This … Read more