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Uncommon contexts : encounters between science and literature, 1800-1914 / edited by Ben Marsden, Hazel Hutchison and Ralph O'Connor.

Contributor(s): Marsden, Ben [editor.] | Hutchison, Hazel [editor.] | O'Connor, Ralph [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Science and culture in the nineteenth century: no. 23.Publisher: Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press, [2016]Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780822981879; 0822981874.Subject(s): Science in literatureDDC classification: 820.936 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
I. Literary Genres of Science Writing -- 1. The Experimental Novel and the Literature of Physiology / Paul White -- 2. An Active Nature: Robert Hunt and the Genres of Science Writing / Melanie Keene -- 3. Hyena-Hunting and Byron-Bashing in the Old North: William Buckland, Geological Verse and the Radical Threat / Ralph O'Connor -- II. Pushing the Boundaries of `Literature and Science' -- 4. Re-reading Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Engineering Literature in the Early Nineteenth Century / Ben Marsden -- 5. Genre and Geometry: Victorian Mathematics and the Study of Literature and Science / Alice Jenkins -- III. Science and Technology in Fiction -- 6. Elizabeth Gaskell's Social Vision: The Natural Histories of Mary Barton / Anne Secord -- 7.`I Have in Mind a Study of a Scotch Seaman': Witnessing Power in Joseph Conrad's Early Literature of the Sea / Crosbie Smith -- 8.`The Telegraph has Other Work to Do': Reading and Consciousness in Henry James's In the Cage / Hazel Hutchison.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-230) and index.

I. Literary Genres of Science Writing -- 1. The Experimental Novel and the Literature of Physiology / Paul White -- 2. An Active Nature: Robert Hunt and the Genres of Science Writing / Melanie Keene -- 3. Hyena-Hunting and Byron-Bashing in the Old North: William Buckland, Geological Verse and the Radical Threat / Ralph O'Connor -- II. Pushing the Boundaries of `Literature and Science' -- 4. Re-reading Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Engineering Literature in the Early Nineteenth Century / Ben Marsden -- 5. Genre and Geometry: Victorian Mathematics and the Study of Literature and Science / Alice Jenkins -- III. Science and Technology in Fiction -- 6. Elizabeth Gaskell's Social Vision: The Natural Histories of Mary Barton / Anne Secord -- 7.`I Have in Mind a Study of a Scotch Seaman': Witnessing Power in Joseph Conrad's Early Literature of the Sea / Crosbie Smith -- 8.`The Telegraph has Other Work to Do': Reading and Consciousness in Henry James's In the Cage / Hazel Hutchison.

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