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Brinsmade, Herman Hine

(1876-1968) US author whose Utopia, Utopia Achieved: A Novel of the Future (1912), depicts a vastly enlarged Near Future New York full of mechanical and cultural marvels, a self-regulating obedient workforce, and free health care. Brinsmade's romantic vew of twentieth-century Transportation – monorails, vast aerial structures that resemble Albert Robida's more exuberant fancies – is perhaps typical of his period, but is unusually inventive. [JC]

Herman Hine Brinsmade

born Connecticut: 17 September 1876

died Monroe, Louisiana: 11 April 1968

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Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
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