Victorian science in context /
Victorians were fascinated by the flood of strange new worlds that science was opening to them. Exotic plants and animals poured into London from all corners of the empire, while revolutionary theories such as the idea that humans might be descended from apes drew crowds to heated debates. Victorian...
|Published:||Chicago, Ill. : University of Chicago Press, 1997.|
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