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In the first comprehensive examination of the famous utopian community in West Roxbury, Massachusetts, Sterling Delano reveals a surprisingly grim side to paradise as the Brook Farmers faced relentless financial pressures, a declining faith in their leaders, and smoldering class antagonisms.
Delano weaves through this remarkable story the voices of the Brook Farmers themselves, including their founder, George Ripley. Ripley founded Brook Farm in as an agrarian and pastoral society that would "insure a more natural union between intellectual and manual labor," yet he was surprisingly unprepared to lead it.
Three years after its founding, Brook Farm was transformed into an industrial Phalanx. Longtime members departed, and key supporters withdrew. Despite its failure, however, the Brook Farmers recalled only its positive aspects, including the opportunities there for women and its progressive educational program.
In his wonderfully evocative account, Delano gives us a more complete picture than ever before of Brook Farm, and vividly chronicles the spirit of the Transcendental age. Reviews of this book: Days of laboring in the fields began with classical music and ended with dramatic plays.
Despite enthusiasm for the project, it failed after six years, primarily due to financial stress Drawing on correspondence, documents, journals, and newspaper accounts, Delano also highlights the personal and class tensions that doomed the experiment.
This is a compelling look at the history of progressive social movements in America and the failure of one of the best-known experiments. This engaging history restores the full texture of this fascinating incarnation of American idealism.
Newman Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Culture, University of North Carolina There is a clear need for a study of Brook Farm that offers a humanistic perspective on the utopian experiment.
This book fills that gap.
In this comprehensive history, Sterling Delano sheds fascinating light on the values and attitudes of leading Transcendentalists. At long last, Sterling Delano has filled that gap very ably indeed.Brook Farm, –47, an experimental farm at West Roxbury, Mass., based on cooperative living. Founded by George Ripley, a Unitarian minister, the farm was initially financed by a joint-stock company with 24 shares of stock at $ per share.
Each member was to take part in the manual labor in an. In , Brook Farm was renamed The Brook Farm Phalanx, turning it into a fouriest experiment. The center of fourierism was propagandism, a center based on the justice of work.
A proper definition of fourerism is a society organized into small self-sustaining communal groups. Brook Farm (known officially as the Brook Farm Institute of Agriculture and Education) was founded in the s.
It was designed as a Transcendental experiment in communal living with an eye toward sharing a workload so everyone could spend time doing what they truly craved: the pursuit of knowledge. Life at Brook Farm resembled an Arcadian adventure, in which the days began with the choir singing Mozart and Haydn and ended with drama and dancing.
But how accurate is this image? In the first comprehensive examination of the famous utopian community in West Roxbury, Massachusetts, Sterling Delano reveals a surprisingly grim side to . Brook Farm removes the mist and moonshine that hitherto has obscured America's most famous utopian experiment.
This engaging history restores the full texture of this fascinating incarnation of American idealism. Examination of brook trout for presence of gill lice at Ottawa Trout farms and recommendations for eliminating this parasite.
it is evident that it is not safe to recommend the Ottawa Trout Farm as a source of brook trout for planting private waters. Many wild brook trout in this stream probably carry gill lice and could re-establish.