“Richard Holmes is a very eminent biographer. He has written biographies of several of the Romantic poets including Shelley and Coleridge. And I was intrigued when I saw this book by him sitting in our bookshop, because I didn’t know that he was particularly interested in science. His book is all about how, even in the age of Romanticism, science was an important part of culture. And it was, as the title suggests, both beautiful and offering much but also terrifying.” Read more...
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