||Cambridge studies in Nineteenth-century literature and culture ; 84
||The religion of science from natural theology to scientific naturalism -- Moral uses, narrative effects: natural history in the novels of George Eliot and Elizabeth Gaskell -- "The actual sky is a horror": Thomas Hardy and the problems of scientific thinking -- "The moral influence of those cruelties": the vivisection debate, antivivisection fiction, and the status of Victorian science -- Science, aestheticism, and the literary career of H. G. Wells.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 246-266) and index.|
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|ISBN||9781107036178 (hardback : alk. paper)|