ARTICLES: Science, Literature, and the Darwin Legacy

In 2010, the journal 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century devoted an issue to Darwin and literature, and the articles are available for free online:


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Introduction: Science, Literature, and the Darwin Legacy ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Paul White
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Losing the Plot: the Geological Anti-Narrative ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Adelene Buckland
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‘By a Comparison of Incidents and Dialogue’: Richard Owen, Comparative Anatomy and Victorian Serial Fiction ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Gowan Dawson
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Narrating Darwinian Inheritances: Fields, Life Stories and the Literature-Science Relation ABSTRACT PDF HTML
David Amigoni
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After Darwin’s Plots ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Gillian Beer
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Field Studies: Novels as Darwinian Niches, Poetry for Physicists and Mathematicians ABSTRACT PDF HTMLGALLERY
Daniel Walter Brown
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‘The Lay of the Trilobite’: Rereading May Kendall ABSTRACT PDF HTML
John Robert Holmes
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Darwin as Metaphor ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Emily Ballou
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The Curatorial Turn in the Darwin Year 2009 ABSTRACT PDF HTMLGALLERY
Julia Voss
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Darwin and Reductionisms: Victorian, Neo-Darwinian and Postgenomic Biologies ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Angelique Richardson
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Darwin and Genomics: Regenia Gagnier interviews John Dupré ABSTRACT INTERVIEW
John Dupré, Regenia Gagnier

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