Science and American Literature in the 20th and 21st Centuries : From Henry Adams to John Adams.
Since its origin, American literature has always had an uneasy relationship with science: born at a time when science was becoming a profession, it repeatedly referred to it, implicitly or explicitly, in order to assert its difference or, on the contrary, to gain a certain form of legitimacy. The pu...
Newcastle upon Tyne :
Cambridge Scholars Pub.,
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