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Utopia by Thomas More:
A commentary on society—on what is, as well as what could be—More’s work, whose title translates as, no place,” is an interesting read to say the least. Offering thoughts on both an ideal society and an unrealistic one at that, there are some concepts in this classic that if were to be adopted by specific countries we, as a population, may find ourselves living in greater harmony. Not perfect by any means, and open to any number of interpretations, this book sat on the shelf in my apartment for far too long.

February 5, 2019 2019 reviews books

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