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“All Danaë to the stars”: Nineteenth-century representations of women in the cosmos (1996)


Description “How did 19th-century narratives by Alfred Tennyson and Thomas Hardy retell the Danaë story further to circumscribe social and intellectual spheres for Victorian women under natural and universal laws of the cosmos?”

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Authors & Contributors
MacLeod, Roy M.
Turner, Frank M.
Heward, Christine M.
Kitteringham, Guy
Hall, Marie Boas
Brock, William H.
Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
British Journal for the History of Science
Studies in Science Education
Proceedings of the ... International Congress of the History of Science
Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society
Centennial Review
Cambridge University Press
Johns Hopkins University Press
Yale Univ. Press for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art
Primary and secondary education
Invisible colleges; clubs
Huxley, Thomas Henry
Darwin, Charles Robert
Robinson, George Canby
Wordsworth, William
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Time Periods
19th century
British Isles
Royal Society of London
Elliott Brothers (firm)
Geological Society of London
Astronomical Society of London
London School Board

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