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Welcome to the collaborative course blog for Literature and Science from the Romantics to the Present (a Fall 2013 course taught by John Savarese, in the English Department at Berkeley). Now that the term is over, this site serves primarily … Continue reading
Asimov’s “Nightfall” (as the epigraph suggests, and the anecdote goes), arose from an argument he had with his editor John W. Campbell about Emerson’s essay “Nature.” It’s always worth stopping to think about moments, like this one, when fictions pointedly … Continue reading