Literature and Science (Essays and Studies v. 61)
By: Sharon Ruston (editor)Hardback
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In 1959, C. P. Snow memorably described the 'gulf of mutual incomprehension' which existed between 'literary intellectuals' and scientists, referring to them as 'two cultures'. This volume looks at the extent to which this has changed. Ranging from the middle ages to twentieth-century science fiction and literary theory, and using different texts, genres, and methodologies, the essays collected here demonstrate the complexity of literature, science, and the interfaces between them. Texts and authors discussed include Ian McEwan's "Saturday"; "Sheridan le Fanu"; "The Birth of Mankind"; Franco Morretti; Anna Barbauld; Dorothy L. Sayers; "The Cloud of Unknowing"; George Eliot and Mary Wollstonecraft. Dr Sharon Ruston is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Keele. The contributors include: Sharon Ruston, Gillian Rudd, Elaine Hobby, Alice Jenkins, Katy Price, Martin Willis, Brian Baker, David Amigoni.
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