Mizora: A Prophecy.

Mary E Bradley LANE (1844 - 1930)

After being exiled from her home and family, Vera Zarovich finds herself in Mizora, a civilization at the center of the Earth made up entirely of women. This text recounts her experiences there and what she learns during in time in this "utopian" civilization. - Summary by casmith512

Genre(s): Science Fiction, Published 1800 -1900

Language: English

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Play 00 Preface mjgreene
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Play 01 P1. Chapter I mjgreene
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Play 02 P1. Chapter II mjgreene
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Play 03 P1. Chapter III mjgreene
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Play 04 P1. Chapter IV mjgreene
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Play 05 P1. Chapter V Ellen Murphy
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Play 06 P1. Chapter VI mjgreene
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Play 07 P1. Chapter VII mjgreene
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Play 08 P1. Chapter VIII bookworm18
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Play 09 P1. Chapter IX bookworm18
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Play 10 P1. Chapter X bookworm18
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Play 11 P1. Chapter XI Marta A
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Play 12 P1. Chapter XII Marta A
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Play 13 P1. Chapter XIII mjgreene
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Play 14 P2. Chapter I mjgreene
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Play 15 P2. Chapter II Miranda Johnson
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Play 16 P2. Chapter III Eva Staes
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Play 17 P2. Chapter IV Marta A
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Play 18 P2. Chapter V Marta A
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Play 19 P2. Chapter VI Marta A
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Play 20 P2. Chapter VII Marta A
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Play 21 P2. Chapter VIII Jeff Burke
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Play 22 P2. Chapter IX Jeff Burke
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Play 23 P2. Chapter X Sonia
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Play 24 P2. Chapter XI Jeff Burke
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