The groundbreaking 1915 utopian feminist novel by the author of "The Yellow Wallpaper" is wonderfully witty, insightful, and addresses issues still relevant today "But they look—why, this is a CIVILIZED country!” I protested. “There must be men." When three friends, Vandyck Jennings (the narrator), Terry Nicholson, and Jeff Margrave, set off on a scientific expedition to one of the last uncharted parts of the globe, little do they suspect what they will unearth. Hidden up high in the mountains they discover Herland—a country the size of Holland made up exclusively of around three million women—strong, intelligent, confident women. Within their rich land, the inhabitants of Herland have created their perfect society and have been able to eradicate crime, poverty, disease, and war. Forced to face their prejudices and beliefs, the three men each come to their own conclusions as they are kept in gentle captivity. But the end of the tale will bring very different destinies to all three men—and Herland risks being changed forever.