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100 1  Sullivan, John Jeremiah. 
245 14 The prime minister of paradise|h[electronic resource] :
       |bThe true story of a lost american history.|cJohn 
       Jeremiah Sullivan. 
250    Unabridged. 
260    New York :|bRandom House Audio,|c2021. 
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500    Unabridged. 
520    The forgotten history of a colonial-era Utopia resonates 
       to the present day in this epic of narrative nonfiction in
       the tradition of David Grann's  The Lost City of Z  and 
       Rinker Buck's  The Oregon Trail   In 1735, charismatic 
       German lawyer and accused atheist Christian Gottlieb 
       Priber fled Germany, under threat of arrest, bound for 
       colonial South Carolina. When he arrived, he sold his 
       possessions and hiked 400 miles west, into the woods of 
       what is now Tennessee. There, in the Cherokee village of 
       Grand Tellico, Priber created a utopian society that he 
       named Paradise.  For six years, Paradise was governed by a
       set of revolutionary ideas that included racial equality, 
       sexual freedom, and a lack of private property. Most 
       troublingly for the English, Priber spoke against 
       colonialism itself. Many of his ideas - which he 
       chronicled in a mysterious manuscript he called Paradise -
       went on to inform the American and French Revolutions, as 
       well socialist theory.  Priber's ideas were so subversive 
       that he was hunted for half a decade and eventually 
       captured by the British - making headlines in London - and
       was imprisoned until his death. At that point, the only 
       copy of his book was apparently burned.  John Jeremiah 
       Sullivan brings this lost history to vivid life, immersing
       readers in the world of the colonies, 18th-century Native 
       American life, and Enlightenment-era Europe with a vast 
       body of research and his singular narrative gifts. 
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