內容簡介 The king of Utopia tries to turn his small nation into a more civilized society by implementing six pillars of change led by six Englishmen. Unfortunately, his new and improved rules cause more harm than good. King Paramount plans to make noticeable changes to his South Pacific nation. When his eldest daughter, Princess Zara, returns from studying abroad, she brings six Englishmen of distinction. Called the Flowers of Progress, they help aid the king in his efforts to transform the government. The Utopian citizens adapt to their new way of life eliminating crime, sickness and poverty. Without these societal ills, the people suddenly encounter different problems that require a better solution. Utopia, Limited is a satire of British colonization and its impact on smaller countries. It debuted in 1893 and produced more than 240 performances. Gilbert and Sullivan deliver a grand story with a vibrant locale and captivating characters. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Utopia, Limited is both modern and readable.