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SAMUEL BUTLER, 1835 – 1902
'The Book of the Machines'. In Erewhon, and expanded by a further two chapters in the 1901 revised edition.
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Erewhon: The Book of the Machines
Erewhon. Samuel Butler 1872. The Book of the Machines.
Erewhon: The Book of the Machines (continued)
Jan 13, 2009 But other questions come upon us. What is a man's eye but a machine for the little creature that sits behind in his brain to look through? Erewhon (Penguin Classics) (9780140430578
I have just reread Samuel Butler's Erewhon, a book described by Lewis Mumford to be a classic text from the College of Unreason, 'The Book of the Machines'.
“The Book of the Machines” (from Samuel Butler's EREWHON
“The Book of the Machines” (from Samuel Butler's EREWHON). April 19, 2011. From EREWHON (1872) by Samuel Butler .

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