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Incommensurability and interconnection in Blake's anti-Newtonian text (1977)

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Authors & Contributors
Goldstein, Amanda Jo
Peterfreund, Stuart
Viscomi, Joseph
Butler, Judith
Largier, Niklaus
Francois, Anne-Lise
Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture
Science, Technology, and the Humanities
Bulletin of the New York Public Library
Studies in the Literary Imagination
History of European Ideas
Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies
University of Chicago Press
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of Oklahoma Press
Cambridge University Press
Yale University Press
Science and literature
Poetry and poetics
Senses and sensation; perception
Blake, William
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Darwin, Erasmus
Keats, John
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
Wordsworth, William
Time Periods
18th century
19th century
Great Britain
British Isles

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