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245 00 Nature and the Victorian imagination /|cedited by U.C. 
       Knoepflmacher and G.B. Tennyson. 
260    Berkeley :|bUniversity of California Press,|cc1977. 
300    xxiii, 519 p. :|bill. ;|c26 cm. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |g[1.]|tThe mind's eye:|tImages of nature: a photo-essay /
       |rCharles Millard --|g[2.]|tThe taming of space:
       |tFelicitous space: the cottage controversy /|rGeorge H. 
       Ford --|tImagination in the suburb /|rWalter L. Creese --
       |tThe domestication of nature: five houses in the Lake 
       District /|rEllen E. Frank --|g[3.]|tExplorations:|tThe 
       Arctic sublime /|rChauncey C. Loomis --|tMid-Victorians 
       amongst the Alps /|rDavid Robertson --|tHigh and low: 
       Ruskin and the novelists /|rGeorge Levine --|t"A 
       surprising transformation": Dickens and the hearth /
       |rRobert L. Patten --|tThe interior garden and John Stuart
       Mill /|rAndrew Griffin --|g[4.]|tSystems of knowledge:
       |tThe rich economy of nature: chemistry in the nineteenth 
       century /|rTrevor H. Levere --|tConcepts of physical 
       nature: John Herschel to Karl Pearson /|rDavid B. Wilson -
       -|tThe human significance of biology: Carpenter, Darwin, 
       and the vera causa /|rRoger Smith --|tThe humanist at bay:
       the Arnold-Huxley debate /|rR.H. Super --|tA science 
       against sciences: Ruskin's floral mythology /|rFrederick 
       Kirchhoff --|t"The perfection of species" and Hardy's Tess
       /|rBruce Johnson --|g[5.]|tRedefinitions:|tVictorian 
       landscape painting: a change in outlook /|rW.F. Axton --
       |t"Half sick of shadows": the aesthetic dialogue in pre-
       Raphaelite painting /|rMartin Meisel --|tThe rainbow: a 
       problematic image /|rGeorge P. Landow --|tThe sacramental 
       imagination /|rG.B. Tennyson --|tMutations of the 
       Wordsworthian child of nature /|rU.C. Knoepflmacher --
       |tBrowning and the altered romantic landscape /|rLawrence 
       Poston III --|tNature and the linguistic moment /|rJ. 
       Hillis Miller --|g[6.]|tToward the twentieth century:
       |tLawrence's vital source: nature and character in Thomas 
       Hardy /|rJohn Paterson --|t"That strange abstraction, 
       nature": T.S. Eliot's Victorian inheritance /|rA. Walton 
       Litz --|tAfterglow and aftermath /|rthe editors. 
650  0 Aesthetics, British|y19th century. 
650  0 Nature (Aesthetics)|xHistory|y19th century. 
650  0 English literature|y19th century|xHistory and criticism. 
650  0 Science|zGreat Britain|xHistory|y19th century. 
650  0 Nature photography|xHistory|y19th century. 
650  0 Painting, Victorian|zGreat Britain. 
700 1  Knoepflmacher, U. C. 
700 1  Tennyson, G. B. 
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