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Charles Darwin, the origin of species : new interdisciplinary essays

Author: David Amigoni; Jeff Wallace
Publisher: Manchester : Manchester University Press, ©1995.
Series: Texts in culture.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Several new readings, crossing the fields of history, literature, sociology, anthropology and history of science, demonstrate the complex position of the text within cultural debates past and  Read more...

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Named Person: Charles Darwin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Amigoni; Jeff Wallace
ISBN: 0719040248 9780719040245 0719040256 9780719040252
OCLC Number: 1082512978
Description: xii, 211 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Chronology1. Introduction: Difficulty and defamiliarisation - language and process in The Origin of Species - Jeff Wallace2. Classification and continuity in The Origin of Species - Harriet Ritvo3. Science, ideology and culture: Malthus and The Origin of Species - Ted Benton4. The Origin of Species and the science of female inferiority - Fiona Erskine5. Proliferation and its discontents: Max Muller, Leslie Stephen, George Eliot and The Origin of Species as representation - David Amigoni6. Origins, species and Great Expectations - Kate Flint7. Hinduism, Darwinism and evolution in late nineteenth-century India - Dermot KillingleySelect bibliographyIndex -- .
Series Title: Texts in culture.
Responsibility: edited by David Amigoni and Jeff Wallace.

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