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Noun1.Erewhon - a satirical novel written by Samuel Butler (1872) describing a fictitious land
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Restormel, Erewhon, Cupani and Romeo are all varieties of which garden flower?
Only a few pages in, however, I realized that Markovits' novel is no Erewhon.
4) The importance of the watch is yet another classical Utopian theme, originating in Samuel Butler's Erewhon (1872), whose title is a (mis)transposition of "nowhere.
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Attune makes cereal brands including Peace Cereal, Erewhon and Uncle Sam, as well as granola under the Golden Temple, Sweet Home Farm and Willamette Valley Granola Co.
Attune Foods recently made a commitment to make all of its brands--which includes Attune, Erewhon Organic, Uncle Sam, Peace Cereal, Sweet Home Farm, Willamette Valley Organic Granola Company and Golden Temple--USDA Organic Certified and/or Non-GMO Project Verified by the end of 2016.
I want to begin by recalling Samuel Butler's 1872 Victorian satire Erewhon (Butler, 1872, 1974).
In "Brave New Worlds: Samuel Butler's Erewhon, Settler Colonialism and New Zealand Mean Time," Jenny McDonnell argues that Macaulay's New Zealander, who visits a ruined London, reveals that pre-industrial time may well be the future, and a comfortable one at that.
For example, Armstrong reads the destabilising satiric structure of Erewhon in terms of Samuel Butler's interests in apprehending 'various kinds of "mind" (consciousness, knowledge, desire, volition, choice, memory) and activity (poisoning, trapping, manufacturing, deceiving, hiding, showing off) at work amongst animals and plants' (pp.
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The trend to seek out "good grains" has benefited challenger brands such as Grain Berry and Post Foods-owned Erewhon.
They are Tom Arnold's Antipodistic romance; May Taylor's Miss Miles or A Tale of Yorkshire Life 60 Years Ago (1890); Robert Browning, Alfred Domett, and Ranolf and Amohia: a South-Sea Day-Dream (1872); Samuel Butler's Erewhon, or Over the Range (1872); and Anthony Trollop's The Fixed Period (1882) and Australia and New Zealand (1873).