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ancient book about future world

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Hi All

I'm new here so apologies if this is a bit obscure.

Some twenty plus years ago I read an e-book, of an old text that had been written, I think, in England, before the industrial revolution. It was about a man who fell asleep, and believed he had woken again in a world of the far distant future. This future world had no currency, and everyone worked at whatever craft they loved to do, and swapped goods with others as reward. It read a bit like a long list as I remember, and at the end it all turned out to be a dream.

Does anyone know what this book might have been called or who wrote it?

It's not much to go on, I know, but I hope it sounds familiar to someone.




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