4 edition of Mizora found in the catalog.
|Statement||written by herself.|
|Series||Wright American fiction -- v. 3 (1876-1900), reel L-1, no. 3203.|
|Contributions||Lane, Mary E. Bradley.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.L2435 M, PS15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 7-312 p.|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||87576817|
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Vera Zarovitch is a Russian noblewoman-heroic, outspoken, and determined. A political exile in Siberia, she escapes and flees north, eventually finding herself, adrift and exhausted, on a strange sea at the North Pole.
Mizora was written as the first-person account of the travels of Vera Zarovitch, its pseudonymous author. Mary Bradley Lane had the story published, serially, as the newly discovered journal of Vera Zarovitch, and penned The Magic Lens under the same pseudonym.
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Mary E. Bradley Lane explores this question in Mizora, the first known feminist utopian novel written by a woman. Vera Zarovitch is a Russian noblewoman - heroic, outspoken, and determined.
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The original popularity of Mizora is also guessed at by some scholars writing on the book or on Lane. According to Segal, despite Halstead's pre-publication hype in the introduction to the edition, "beyond what Commercial editor Murat Halstead called "our limited literary world" of presumably Cincinnati or the Ohio Valley, the novel apparently created no stir once it was.
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The novel follows its heroine Vera Zarovitch, a stalwart, husky woman from the Russian nobility who, after exile to Siberia, withstands the rigors of the Arctic wastelands to become the first woman to reach the North Pole.3/5(1).
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Mizora by Mary E. Bradley Lane () This book is a well-known feminist science fiction novel. In the story, the main character enters into a utopian society populated only by women.
The novel is another addition to stories where a. Read "Mizora: A Prophecy" by Mary Bradley available from Rakuten Kobo. Mizora is an utopian novel by Mary E. Bradley Lane, first published in - 81, when it Brand: Jovian Press. Mizora's structure is comparable to the tripartite jeremiadic form.
At the beginning of the narrative, the narrator defines her aim in the form of a promise: she will describe the "wonderful civilization" found in Mizora so that her contemporaries can imagine "that ideal life that is possible for our remote posterity.
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Get this from a library. Mizora: a prophecy. [Mary E Bradley Lane; Jean Pfaelzer] -- "This new edition of Mizora, about an 's radical feminist utopia, includes a new, extensive introduction that provides a critical apparatus to appropriately place Mizora and author Mary E.
The book's full title is Mizora: A Prophecy: A Mss. Found Among the Private Papers of Princess Vera Zarovitch: Being a True and Faithful Account of her Journey to the Interior of the Earth, with a Careful Description of the Country and its Inhabitants, their Customs, Manners, and Government.
What would happen to our culture if men ceased to exist. Mary E. Bradley Lane. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint, with new introductions, of the ed. published by G.W.
Dillingham, New York. Book Title. A Companion to the American Novel. Additional Information. How to Cite. Pfaelzer, J. () Dreaming of a White Future: Mary E. Bradley Lane, Edward Bellamy, and the Origins of the Utopian Novel in the United States, in A Companion to the American Novel (ed A.
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Books. Paperback fiction, 4 March. An impressive first novel from Francine Stock, plus Horse Latitudes, The Funnies, Mizora Mizora, A World of Women Mary E Bradley Lane University of Nebraska Author: Isobel Montgomery. Mizora: A Prophecy (Writing American Women) by Mary E. Bradley Lane, Jean Pfaelzer, Jean Pfaelzer (Editor) and a great selection of related books, art.
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Wnúng the Female Body: Gender and Race Mizora represents a distinct engagement with the social, economic, and political crises of Lane's time. The latter decades of the s saw tremendous political and economic strife in the U.S., exacerbated by sig. "Herland" and "With Her in Our Land" (this one not in Many Books as of August ), are more realistic than "Mizora" or most other gynotopias.
Three men exploring the Amazon fall prey of the legendary women. One man scientifically studies their unique feminine culture, another is mystically enraptured by their goddess-like "perfection", and 3/5(3).