Herland nfn

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  • Impossibly idealistic
    • Introduction:
      • Definiton of Utopia
    • Paragraph one: Work
      • NFN: Childish ideal of everything being free and people actually working for nothing. Seriously impossible without a lot of work
        • Different motives but similar attitudes. Working for a better life, neither is for hedonistic pleasure of having money but is substituted for enjoyment and ease of access to good quality products
          • Herland: Working for the future of sustainability and for their future generations of children to come. They are selfless. A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.
      • Herland: Working for the future of sustainability and for their future generations of children to come. They are selfless. A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.
    • Paragraph two: Education
      • Herland: Educated for the prospect of raising future generations. Always including a foreboding sense of motherhood
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