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Literature and science in the nineteenth century : an anthology

Author: Laura Otis
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009.
Series: Oxford world's classics (Oxford University Press)
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ISBN: 9780199554652 019955465X
OCLC Number: 318424430
Notes: Originally published: 2002.
Description: xlii, 575 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: LITERATURE AND SCIENCE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. PROLOGUE: LITERATURE AND SCIENCE. Sonnet---To Science (1829) / Edgar Allan Poe --
The Belfast Address (1874) / John Tyndall --
From Science and Culture (1880) / Thomas Henry Huxley --
Literature and Science (1882) / Matthew Arnold --
MATHEMATICS, PHYSICAL SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY. Mathematics. Sketch of the Analytical Engine (1843) / Ada Lovelace --
From Formal Logic (1847) / Augustus De Morgan --
From An Investigation of the Laws of Thought (1854) / George Boole --
From The Logic of Chance (1866) / John Venn --
From Through the Looking-Glass (1871) --
From The Game of Logic (1886) / Lewis Carroll --
From Daniel Deronda (1876) / George Eliot --
From The Time Machine (1895) / H.G. Wells --
Physical Science. From On the Power of Penetrating into Space by Telescopes (1800) / Sir William Herschel --
From Past and Present (1843) / Thomas Carayle --
From Outlines of Astronomy (1849) / Sir John Herschell --
From Experimental Researches in Electricity (1839-55) (1852) / Michael Faraday --
On the Age of the Sun's Heat (1862) / William Thomson, Lord Kelvin --
On Chemical Rays, and the Light of the Sky (1869) --
On the Scientific Use of the Imagination (1870) / John Tyndall --
From Theory of Heat (1871) --
To the Chief Musician upon Nabla: A Tyndallic Ode (1874) --
Professor Tait, Loquitur (1877) --
Answer to Tait --
To Hermann Stoffkraft (1878) / James Clerk Maxwell --
The Sorting Demon of Maxwell (1879) / William Thomson, Lord Kelvin --
From Two on a Tower (1882) / Thomas Hardy --
The Photographic Eyes of Science (1883) / Richard A. Proctor --
On a New Kind of Rays (1895) / Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen --
Telcommunications. Letter to Hon. Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the US Treasury, 27 September 1837 / Samuel F.B. Morse --
The Telephone from Westminster Review (1878) / Anonymous --
Mental Telegraphy (1891) / Mark Twain --
The Deep-Sea Cables (1896) / Rudyard Kipling --
In the Cage (1898) / Henry James --
Bodies and Machines. From On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures (1832) / Charles Babbage --
From Dombey and Son (1847-8) / Charles Dickens --
On the Conservation of Force (1847) / Hermann Von Helmholtz --
From Erewhon (1872) / Samuel Butler --
To a Locomotive in Winter (1876) / Walt Whitman. SCIENCES OF THE BODY. Animal Electricity. From De Viribus Electricitatis (1791) / Luigi Galvani --
From Discourse, Introductory to a Course of Lectures on Chemistry (1802) / Sir Humphrey Davy --
From Frankenstein (1818) / Mary Shelley --
I Sing the Body Electric [1855] (1867) / Walt Whitman --
Cells and Tissues and Their Relation to the Body. From General Anatomy (1801) / Xavier Bichat --
From Cellular Pathology (1858) / Rudolf Virchow --
From Middlemarch (1871-2) / George Eliot --From the Physical Basis of Mind (1877) / George Henry Lewes --
Hygiene, Germ Theory, and Infectious Diseases. From The Last Man (1826) / Mary Shelley --
An Inquiry into the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain (1842) / Sir Edwin Chadwick --
The Mask of the Red Death (1842) / Edgar Allan Poe --
The Contagiousness of Puerperal Fever (1843) / Oliver Wendall Holmes --
On the Organized Bodies Which Exist in the Atmosphere (1861) / Louis Pasteur --
Illustrations of the Antiseptic System (1867) / Sir Joseph Lister --
Dr Koch on the Cholera (1884) / Anonymous --
The Stolen Bacillus (1895) / H.G. Wells --
Experimental Medicine and Vivisection. From An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine (1865) / Claude Bernard --
Vivisection: Its Pains and Its Uses (1881) / Sir James Paget --
Vivisection and Its Two-Faced Advocates (1882) / Frances Power Cobbe --
From Heart and Science (1883) / Wilkie Collins --
From The Island of Dr Moreau (1896) / H.G. Wells. EVOLUTION. The Present and the Past. From Zoological Philosophy (1809) / Jean Baptiste De Lamarck --
From Principles of Geology (1830-3) / Sir Charles Lyell --
From Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences (1840) / William Whewell --
From The Princess (1847) / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
From The Origin of Species (1859) / Charles Darwin --
From The Mill on the Floss (1860) / George Eliot --
On the Physical Basis of Life (1869) / Thomas Henry Huxley --
From The Story of an African Farm (1883) / Olive Schreiner --
From Mental Evolution in Man (1888) / George John Romanes --
The Individual and the Species. From In Memoriam, LIII-LV, CXVIII (1850) / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
From Principles of Biology (1864-7) / Herbert Spencer --
Hap (1866) --
From A Pair of Blue Eyes (1873) / Thomas Hardy --
From The Evolution of Man (1874) / Ernst Haeckel --From Unconscious Memory (1880) / Samuel Butler --
Evolution (1880) --
To Nature / Emily Pfeiffer --
From Essays on Heredity (1881-5) / August Weismann --
Lay of the Trilobite (1885) / May Kendall --
Nature is a Heraclitean Fire (1888) / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Sexual Selection. From Pride and Prejudice (1813) / Jane Austen --
From The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex (1871) / Charles Darwin --
From She (1887) / Henry Rider Haggard --
Natural Selection (1887) / Constance Naden --
From Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1891) / Thomas Hardy. SCIENCES OF THE MIND. The Relationship between Mind and Body. From Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (1822) / Thomas De Quincey --
On the Reflex Function (1833) / Marshall Hall --
From A Treatise on Insanity (1835) / James Cowles Prichard --
The Birthmark (1846) / Nathaniel Hawthorne --
From bartleby the Scrivener (1856) / Herman Melville --
From Mind and Brain (1860) / Thomas Laycock --
From Lady Audley's Secret (1862) / Mary Elizabeth Braddon --
The Case of George Dedlow (1866) / S. Weir Mitchell --
From Body and Mind (1870) / Henry Maudsley --
From Principles of Mental Physiology (1874) / William B. Carpenter --
From Principles of Psychology (1890) / William James --
Physiognomy and Phrenology. From Elements of Phrenology (1824) / George Combe --
From Phrenology in Connection with the Study of Physiognomy (1826) / Johann Gaspar Spurzheim --
From Jane Eyre (1847) / Charlotte Brontë --
From The Lifted Veil (1859) / Geroge Eliot --
Mesmerism and Magnetism. From Facts in Mesmerism (1840) / Chauncey Hare Townsend --
From Surgical Operations without Pain in the Mesmeric State (1843) / John Elliotson --
Mesmeric Revelation (1844) / Edgar Allan Poe --
From Letters on Mesmerism (1845) / Harriet Martineau --
From Mesmerism in India (1847) / James Esdaile --
Mesmerism (1855) / Robert Browning --
From The Moonstone (1868) / Wilkie Collins --
Dreams and the Unconscious. When Thou Sleepest (1837) / Charlotte Brontë --
Unconscious Cerebration: A Psychological Study (1871) / Frances Power Cobbe --
From The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1886) / Robert Louis Stevenson --
Address to the German Chemical Society (1890) / August Kenkule --
Nervous Exhaustion. From Elsie Venner (1861) / Oliver Wendell Holmes --
From Wear and Tear, or Hints for the Overworked (1872) / S. Weir Mitchell --
The Yellow Wall-Paper (1892) / Charlotte Perkins Gilman. SOCIAL SCIENCES. Creating the Social Sciences. From Panopticon (1791) --
From Manual of Political Economy (1793) / Jeremy Bentham --
From An Essay on the Principle of Population (1798) / Thomas Malthus --
From A Dictionary, Practical, Theoretical, and Historical of Commerce and Commercial Navigation (1832) / J.R. M'Culloch --
From Bleak House (1852-3) / Charles Dickens --
From Positive Philosophy (1853) / Auguste Comte --
From Hard Times (1854) / Charles Dickens --
From Utilitarianism (1861) / John Stuart Mill --
From Jude the Obscure (1895) / Thomas Hardy --
Race Science. From The Races of Men (1850) / Robert Knox --
From Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development (1883) / Sir Francis Galton --
The Yellow Face (1894) / Arthur Conan Doyle --
Urban Poverty. From The Condition of the Working Class in England (1845) / Friedrich Engels --
From London Labour and the London Poor (1851) / Henry Mayhew --
From North and South (1855) / Elizabeth Gaskell --
East London (1867) --
West London / Matthew Arnold --
Autobiography of a Thief in Thieves' Language (1879) / J.W. Horsley --
From Mrs Warren's Profession (1898) / George Bernard Shaw --
From East London (1899) / Walter Besant --
Degeneration. From The Criminal Man (1876) / Cesare Lombroso --
From The Nether World (1889) / George Gissing --
From The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) / Oscar Wilde --
From Degeneration (1892) / Max Nordau --
From The Heavenly Twins (1893) / Sarah Grand --
From Dracula (1897) / Bram Stoker --
EPILOGUE: SCIENCE AND LITERATURE. Prose and Verse (1857) / Sir John Herschel.
Series Title: Oxford world's classics (Oxford University Press)
Responsibility: edited with an introduction and notes by Laura Otis.

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