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Updated for the anniversary year, Gillian Beer's classic Darwin's Plots continues to open up new approaches to Darwin's thinking and to its effects in the culture of his contemporaries. This 2009 third edition includes an updated bibliography and a new essay about his concern with consciousness across all forms of life.

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'Gillian Beer's superb study [is] a work of criticism that takes its modest place among the other 'cloudy triumphs' of English genius.' Michael Neve, Sunday Times

'Offers fresh insights into familiar themes in the history of science by dealing with them in quite a new way.' John Durant, The Times Literary Supplement

'The only problem with this book is deciding what to praise first. It draws on a breadth of knowledge in many fields, its literary readings are alert and original, it has a profound grasp of idea and form. It must be read by the scientist, the student of Victorian thought and art and the educated person in the street. … The book is so exciting as a work of literary criticism - among much else - that it must provoke and disturb old interpretations and judgements.' Barbara Hardy, New Statesman

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Gillian Beer is Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University of Cambridge.

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