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by R. A. Streatfeild,Samuel Butler

Author: R. A. Streatfeild,Samuel Butler
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Dodo Press (February 29, 2008)
Pages: 108 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.5
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Samuel Butler (1835-1902) was a British writer strongly influenced by his New Zealand experiences. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

Samuel Butler (1835-1902) was a British writer strongly influenced by his New Zealand experiences. He wrote about his arrival and his life as a sheep farmer on Mesopotamia Station in A First Year in Canterbury Settlement (1863). He is best known for his utopian satire Erewhon; or, Over the Range (1872) and his posthumous novel The Way of All Flesh (1903). He went up to his father's. Erewhon; or, Over the Range revealed Butler's long interest in Darwin's theories of biological evolution, and in fact Darwin had, like him, visited New Zealand.

by. Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902; Streatfeild, Richard Alexander, 1866

by. Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902; Streatfeild, Richard Alexander, 1866-. - Description and travel.

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Samuel Butler (1835–1902) became famous with his satirical Utopian novel Erewhon, based on his experiences as a.This earlier book, published in London in 1863 while he was still abroad, is a compilation of his letters home.

Samuel Butler (1835–1902) became famous with his satirical Utopian novel Erewhon, based on his experiences as a sheep farmer in New Zealand and published, initially anonymously, in 1872. Having obtained a degree in Classics from Cambridge, Butler had left England in 1859 with generous funding from his father, who hoped that making his fortune in the colonies would cure his son's ambition to become an artist.

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Samuel Butler (1835-1902) was a British writer strongly influenced by his New Zealand experiences. He is best known for his utopian satire Erewhon; or, Over the Range (1872) and his posthumous novel The Way of All Flesh (1903). He went up to his father's alma mater, St. John's College, Cambridge, in 1854. Following graduation from Cambridge, Butler lived in a low-income parish in London. In September 1859 he emigrated to New Zealand. He wrote about his arrival and his life as a sheep farmer on Mesopotamia Station in A First Year in Canterbury Settlement (1863). Erewhon; or, Over the Range revealed Butler's long interest in Darwin's theories of biological evolution, and in fact Darwin had, like him, visited New Zealand. His close interest in the art of the Sacri Monti is reflected in Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino (1881) and Ex Voto: An Account of the Sacro Monte or New Jerusalem at Varallo-Sesia (1888).