Coming Race, The

Coming Race, The

depicts a classless society of highly civilized people living deep under the earth’s surface. [Br. Lit.: Barnhart, 268]
See: Utopia
References in classic literature ?
And the conversation passed to forecasts of the coming race, the only thing Vronsky could think of just now.
Throughout The Coming Race, the narrator's Gulliveresque innocence and perspective allows Bulwer-Lytton to satirically engage his reader with the strange and sometimes ambiguous qualities patterned within the imagined utopian society.