In 1891, Thomas Hardy's "Tess of the D'Urbervilles," George Gissing's "New Grub Street," and Oscar Wilde's "Picture of Dorian Gray" were published. That same year, another Englishman -- poet, artist, social reformer, designer -- published this utopian story, a page from which is pictured here. Fill in the title and author.
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Correction: The answer to Book Bag #606 will appear next Sunday.
Answer to Book Bag #605: Here are the movie titles and the books they were based on: (1) "All the Way Home" (A Death in the Family, by James Agee); (2) "Island of Lost Souls" (Island of Dr. Moreau, by H.G. Wells); (3) "Last of the Redskins" (Last of the Mohicans, by James Fenimore Cooper; (4) "Unholy Love" (Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert); (5) "Wolf Larsen" (The Sea Wolf, by Jack London); (6) "I Married a Doctor" (Main Street, by Sinclair Lewis); (7) "Strange Incident" (The Ox-Bow Incident, by W. Van Tilburg Clark); (8) "The Fugitive" (The Power and the Glory, by Graham Greene; (9) "The Innocents" (The Turn of the Screw, by Henry James); and (10) "Never Give an Inch" (Sometimes a Great Notion, by Ken Kesey.
The winner is: Calista Moon, Falls Church.