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THE VOICE OF SCIENCE IN

NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE

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ATLANTIC CLASSICS, First Series....

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ATLANTIC CLASSICS, Second Series.

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Both volumes collected and edited by ELLERY SEDGWICK, Editor of the Atlantic Monthly.

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ESSAYS AND ESSAY-WRITING..

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Collected and edited by WILLIAM M. TANNER, University of
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ATLANTIC NARRATIVES, First Series.

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Both volumes collected and edited by CHARLES SWAIN THOMAS, Editorial department of the Atlantic Monthly Press, and Lecturer in Harvard University.

ATLANTIC PROSE AND POETRY.

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Collected and edited by CHARLES SWAIN THOMAS and HARRY G.
PAUL of the University of Illinois.

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THE PROFESSION OF JOURNALISM...

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Significant Atlantic articles on journalism collected and edited by
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THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY AND ITS MAKERS.

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Biographical and literary matter for the English class. WRITING THROUGH READING.

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A short course in English Composition for colleges and schools. THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: The Principle and the Practice.. Edited by STEPHEN P. DUGGAN, College of the City of New York. A basic text on international relations.

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THE LIGHT: An Educational Pageant..
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PATRONS OF DEMOCRACY.

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By DALLAS LORE SHARP, Boston University.

For classes interested in discussing democracy in our public schools. AMERICANS BY ADOPTION...

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By JOSEPH HUSBAND.

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THE VOICE OF SCIENCE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY
LITERATURE.

An anthology of prose and poetry.

Collected and edited by ROBERT E. ROGERS, Assistant Professor
of English at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
With an Introduction by HENRY G. PEARSON, Head of the
English Department at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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THE VOICE OF SCIENCE

IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY
LITERATURE

Representative Prose and Verse

SELECTED AND ARRANGED BY

ROBERT EMMONS ROGERS
Assistant Professor of English in
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY

HENRY GREENLEAF PEARSON

Head of the Department of English and History in
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Atlantic Monthly Press

BOSTON

Copyright, 1921, by

THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY PRESS

First Impression, March, 1921
Second Impression, April, 1922

Printed in the United States of America

PUBLISHER'S NOTE

The nucleus of this collection was a privately printed volume for the use of the students in the sophomore course in English and History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The volume was edited by Professor DeWitt C. Croissant, visiting professor of English at the Institute from George Washington University, Washington, D.C. The present volume, which contains some changes and additions, is edited by Robert E. Rogers, assistant professor of English at the Institute, who is, therefore, responsible for its present form.

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