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Darwin's Plots: Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot and Nineteenth-Century Fiction Hardcover – February 28, 2000

ISBN-13: 978-0521780087 ISBN-10: 052178008X Edition: 2nd

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"The only problem with this book is deciding what to praise first. It draws on a breadth of knowledge in many fields, its literary readings are alert and original, it has a profound grasp of idea and form. It must be read by the scientist, the student of Victorian thought and art and the educated person in the street." Barbara Hardy, New Statesman

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This revised edition of Professor Dame Gillian Beer's highly acclaimed book incorporates a new preface by the author and foreword by the distinguished American scholar George Levine.'The only problem with this book is deciding what to praise first. It draws on a breadth of knowledge in many fields, its literary readings are alert and original, it has a profound grasp of idea and for m. It must be read by the scientist, the student of Victorian thought and art and the educated person in the street. ' Barbara Hardy, New Statesman

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