2 edition of Darwinism in the English novel, 1860-1910 found in the catalog.
Darwinism in the English novel, 1860-1910
Leo Justin Henkin
|Statement||[by] Leo J. Henkin.|
|LC Classifications||PR878.E9 H4 1940a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||41003564|
Henkin L J: Darwinism in the English Novel Russell and Russell London Isaacs Leonard: Darwin to Double Helix – The Biological Theme in Science Fiction Butterworths London Kuhn Thomas: The Copernican Revolution Harvard University Press Nicholls Peter: The Encyclopedia of Science FictionGranada Publishing London For an account of this theme see Leo J. Henkin, Darwinism in the English Novel – (New York, , reprinted ) Chapter 9, ‘The Anthropological Romance’. Google Scholar Author: Peter Knox-Shaw.
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Darwinism in the English novel, the impact of evolution on Victorian fiction. Leo Justin Henkin. Corporate press, inc., - English fiction - pages.
0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. chapter. Evolutionary Thought in the. Darwinism in the English Novel Hardcover – by Leo J. Henkin (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: Leo J. Henkin. Darwinism in the English novel, by Leo Justin Henkin; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: English fiction, History and criticism, Literature and science, Evolution, Social Darwinism in literature, Influence, Evolution (Biology) in literature; Places: Great Britain; People: Charles Darwin (); Times: 19th century, 20th century.
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Henkin is the author of Darwinism in the English Novel, ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and Model Letters For All 5/5(1). About two-thirds of the way through George Du Maurier's Trilby (), a novel that entranced the reading public with its descriptions of Bohemian Paris and mesmerism, there is a seventeen-page digression on The Origin of rumination is sparked by the fact that Little Billee is “reading Mr.
Darwin's immortal book for the third time” while he contemplates proposing to the parson Cited by: 4.
The best known older study is Leo Henkin, Darwinism in the English Novel, (, repr. New York: Russell and Russell, ). New York: Russell and Russell, ).
Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution and the Intellectual Ferment of the Mid- and Late Victorian Periods No book has so profoundly affected the modern view of man than Darwin’s The Origin of the Species (), Darwinism in the English Novel, The Impact of Evolution on Victorian Fiction.
New York: Russell & Russell, Henkin, Leo J. Darwinism in the English Novel, The Impact of Evolution on Victorian Fiction. The main premise of Charles Darwin's still controversial book, Descent of Man, is that.
Henkin, Leo Justin (), Darwinism in the English Novel, The Impact of Evolution on Victorian Fiction (New York: Russell & Russell). First published inthis is the standard treatment, especially for minor fictional works. Major authors like Hardy are treated very sketchily.
only "book" on Darwin in American fiction is Arthur E. Jones Jr.'s twenty-one-page Darwinism and Its Relationship to Realism and Naturalism in American Fiction, (). In the appendix, I trace the discussion of Darwinism in American literary history since Cited by: This book, then, is not the story of two cultures locked [End Page ] in an agon, but rather an argument about the genre of the novel and the discipline of science in a period when both science and novel-writing were in the process of professionalization” (6).
DeWitt’s intention—to “attend to the science that appears on the surface of. Darwinism in the English novel, ; the impact of evolution on Victorian fiction Darwin's bards: British and American poetry in the age of evolution / John Holmes Explore.
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ideas in the novels so that "each succeeding book gives evi. Leo Henkin, Darwinism in the English Novel, The Impact of Evolution on Victorian Fiction (New York, ) Henkin Darwinism in the English Novel, The.
2These quotes are from, respectively, Leo J. Henkin, Darwinism in the English Novel, (New York: Corporate Press, ), p. ; Peter Caws, "Evidence and Testimony: Philip Henry Gosse and the Omphalos Theory," Six Studies in Nineteenth-Century English Literature and Thought.
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