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Volume 5:1 (Autumn 1962)

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J. Keith Melville writes how “Sir Thomas More published his Utopia in 1516. It is one of a series of imaginative portrayals, beginning with Plato’s Republic, suggesting the desirability of, and man’s hope for, an ideal society.” He relates this to our faith in “Brigham Young’s Ideal Society: The Kingdom of God.” Then M. C. Golightly asks “Proper Names in Plays, by Chance or Design?” Also, Kenneth Bernard addresses Henry James’s “The Real Thing.”