Frankenstein's children : electricity, exhibition, and experiment in early-nineteenth-century London /
During the second quarter of the nineteenth century, Londoners were enthralled by a strange fluid called electricity. In examining this period, Iwan Morus moves beyond the conventional focus on the celebrated Michael Faraday to discuss other electrical experimenters, who aspired to spectacular publi...
Princeton, N.J. :
Princeton University Press,
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