Palgrave Handbooks of Literature and Science

Marchitello, H. (Ed)

This series of handbooks is devoted to the study of the rich and complex history of the relationship between literature and science, from medieval times to the present moment. While this is a topic not unknown to literary criticism (especially in the middle years of the 20th century), the work assembled in these five volumes represents a fundamentally new approach to the vital story of the interconnectedness of literature and science, an approach that is grounded firmly upon an understanding of the status of both literature and science as discourses dedicated to the production of knowledge. 

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