Saturday, May 1, 2010

Question #5 in the Imprints $50 Giveaway

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It's time for the 5th Imprints question for a chance to enter the drawing for a $50 gift certificate to the bookstore of your choice. Enter your response in the comments, which are being moderated so no one can peek. You don't have to have answered any other question to answer this one.

Question #5
In Imprints what is the name of the cult/commune that Autumn pretends to join in order to find two missing women. (And a bonus entry for anyone who does a little tiny little search on the Internet to find out what true event inspired that name.)

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24 comments:

  1. Harmony Farms or is that what they change it to?

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  2. Laura Lyon @ kristeenlyon29@yahoo.com

    The name of the commune is Harmony Farms. It is named after Founder Gabe's wife, Harmony.

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  3. Harmony Farms

    Shary Linfor

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  4. Amanda

    Answer: Harmony Farms

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  5. Holly Bates

    answer--- Harmony Farm


    Sent by: facebook/email

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  6. Harmony Farm

    My search could only find one called "The Farm", that may have inspired your name. But I'm probably wrong.

    Loving the book BTW. I don't get much time to read, but I'm at least past the 6th chapter!

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  7. Stephanie Skidmore

    The name of the cult/commune is Harmony Farm.

    I did some searching on the internet to find the true event that inspired the name and I'm not sure if it is right, but I found information about an idealist named Robert Owen who bought the village of Harmony, Indiana, and used it to test his theories of property, education, co-operative manufacture, and higher culture. It went from 1825 to 1827.

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  8. Autumn joins Harmony Farm in an effort to find 2 missing women.

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  9. harmony farms
    i found several references to the Harmony Society but did not find anything regarding an "Event"

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  10. Jessica Skidmore
    It is called Harmony Farm. Stephanie Skidmore sent me to the blog.

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  11. Brad Skidmore
    It is called Harmony Farm. Stephanie Skidmore sent me to the blog.

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  12. Harmony Farms.

    And was it based on a cult in Tennessee called "The Farm"

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  13. It is Harmony Farm. Was it based on this experimental commune in New Harmony, Indiana? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090425093629AAjDa5y

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  14. Christine Foster #5. The commune is Harmony Farm, after the founder Harmony.

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  15. (Stephanie Skidmore sent me to the blog)

    It is called harmony farm.

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  16. The answer is....it is called Harmony Farm.

    Kristen Skidmore sent by Stephanie Skidmore

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  17. Oh, man, I missed it. I did do a brief search but didn't come up with much. There was some incident with a guy who was accused of leading a cult in a place called Harmony Farm, I think, but I didn't have time to post right then and now I can't find that same link again. I don't remember what I searched for the first time to come up with it. Oh, well. :o)

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  18. Great answers everyone! A few of you even got the bonus point about the name of my commune being inspired by the real life New Harmony commune in Indiana. Congrats!

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