The Harbinger

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The Harbinger was an American socialist paper, published at Brook Farm.

Major translations in "The Harbinger"

  • Charles Fourier, "Cosmogony." Translated by John S. Dwight. [Serial: II, 1, 23, 33, 52]
  • Charles Fourier, "New Industrial World." Translated by John S. Dwight. [Serial: II, 99, 113, 129, 145, 161, 177, 289, 305, 329, 343, 406.; III, 34, 57, 87, 117, 133, 182, 217, 260, 280, 297, 314, 330, 390.]
  • Charles Fourier, An Unpublished Fragment of Fourier. Translated by Charles A. Dana. III,
  • George Sand, "Consuelo." Translated by Francis G. Shaw. [Serial: II; III, 1, 18 235.] IN BOOK FORM
  • George Sand, "Countess of Rudolstadt." Translated by Francis G. Shaw. [Serial: III; IV.] IN BOOK FORM
  • Victor Considerant, Industrial Organization. Translated by Marx Edgeworth Lazarus. [Serial: IV, 323, 353, 373; V, 1, 17, 53, 145, 165, 187.]
  • Victor Considerant, "Passion—the Word Defined." Translated by G. R. IV, 193.
  • Victor Considerant, Doctrine of the Redemption. Translated by Marx Edgeworth Lazarus. [Serial: IV, 193, 228, 245, 264.]
  • Victor Considerant, Harmony. Translated by John S. Dwight. [Serial: V, 209, 227, 241, 260, 273, 292, 310, 323.]
  • "Property" [from The Phalange] Translated by John S. Dwight. [Serial: IV, 209, 231, 241.]
  • Henri Gorsse, "Elements of Social Science." Translated by J. M. P. [Serial: V.]