Ecotopia: The Notebooks and Reports of William Weston Setting & Symbolism

Ernest Callenbach
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Ecotopia

Ecotopia is a North American nation to the Northwest of the United States. It is composed of what used to be Washington, Oregon, and most of Northern California after they seceded from the United States. The people of Ecotopia are environmentally aware. Their laws and practices reflect a deep respect for nature.

Reno

Reno is a small city in Nevada that relies heavily on tourism and gambling. After the secession of Ecotopia, and the resulting decline in business from California, Reno has become a poor and run down version of its former great self.

San Francisco

San Francisco is a large city in California and the capital of Ecotopia in this novel.

New York City

New York City is Weston's home and the home of the Times-Post.

Alviso

Alviso, once a small village, is now one of the new minicities that are being developed to replace the...

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