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    Cosslett
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    Cambridge University Press (January 27, 1984)
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Cambridge English Prose Texts consists of volumes devoted to substantial selections from non-fictional English prose of the late sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries

Cambridge English Prose Texts consists of volumes devoted to substantial selections from non-fictional English prose of the late sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries. The series provides students with the opportunity of reading significant prose writers who, for a variety of reasons are rarely studied, but whose influence on their times was very considerable. Series: Cambridge English Prose Texts. Paperback: 256 pages.

Cambridge Core - English Literature 1830-1900 - Science and Religion in the 19th . Cambridge English Prose Texts consists of volumes devoted to substantial selections from non-fictional English prose of th. .

Cambridge Core - English Literature 1830-1900 - Science and Religion in the 19th Century - by Cosslett. Science and Religion in the 19th Century. Online ISBN: 9780511553615. Cambridge English Prose Texts consists of volumes devoted to substantial selections from non-fictional English prose of the late sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries.

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Cambridge English Prose Texts. A text is not a text unless it coheres. Pp. vi + 249. Cambridge University Press, 1984. Volume 35 Issue 4 - Roy Porter. But different text types do not cohere in the same way. In this paper, we focus on one type of cohesive tie, conjuction, and compare its use in four different American English genres - fiction, journalism, religion, and science. Our results show that methods of conjunction in these genres vary in a statistically. significant way and that conjunctions, although few in number of types and tokens, play a major role in structuring these different text types.

The 19th century in science saw the birth of science as a profession; the term scientist was coined in 1833 by William Whewell, which soon replaced the older term of (natural) philosopher.

Linguistics - Linguistics - The 19th century: It is generally agreed that the most outstanding achievement of linguistic scholarship in the . Other 19th-century theories and development. Inner and outer form. Phonetics and dialectology.

Other 19th-century theories and development. Structural linguistics in Europe.

English 76-231 Section A 19th Century British Lit: Science . Course Description For most of the 19th century, the humanities and the sciences were not clearly distinct.

Otis, Laura, e. Literature and Science in the Nineteenth Century: An Anthology, (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2002).

Cambridge English Prose Texts consists of volumes devoted to substantial selections from non-fictional English prose of the late sixteenth to the mid nineteenth centuries. Science and religion in the nineteenth century (9780521286688). European Studies in Social Psychology. Cambridge University Press. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything.

Cambridge English Prose Texts consists of volumes devoted to substantial selections from non-fictional English prose of the late sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries. The series provides students, primarily though not exclusively those of English literature, with the opportunity of reading significant prose writers who, for a variety of reasons (not least their generally being unavailable in suitable editions) are rarely studied, but whose influence on their times was very considerable. This volume contains selections from nineteenth-century writers involved in the debate about the relation of science and religion. It centres on the Darwinian controversy, with extracts from The Origin Of Species and The Descent of Man, and from opponents and supporters of Darwin. This controversy is placed in the wider context of the earlier debates on geology and evolution; the relation of science to Natural Theology; the effect of Biblical Criticism on the interpretation of Genesis; and the professionalisation of science by aggressively agnostic scientists.