Utopia and education in the seventeenth century: Bacon’s 'Salomon’s House' and its influence
Houston, C. (2010) Utopia and education in the seventeenth century: Bacon’s 'Salomon’s House' and its influence. In: Houston, C. (ed.) New Worlds Reflected: Travel and Utopia in the Early Modern Period. Ashgate Publishing, pp. 161-178. ISBN 9780754666479
New Worlds Reflected provides a significant contribution both to the history of utopian literature and travel, and to the wider cultural and intellectual history of the time, assembling original essays from scholars interested in representations of the globe and new and ideal worlds in the period from the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries, and in the imaginative reciprocal responsiveness of utopian and travel writing. Chapter 7 looks at the influence of Salomon’s House in Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis (1627) on later seventeenth-century educational utopias.
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