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This chapter provides a detailed argument as to why A sonnet to science considers previous demarcations between science and poetry, such as those proposed by Edgar Allan Poe and Aristotle, to be incorrect. In presenting these arguments, this chapter also reveals the inspiration for researching and writing the book, and outlines the methodology that is adopted throughout, including the rationale for choosing the six scientists on which A sonnet to science is primarily focused. Finally, this chapter discusses how A sonnet to science complements some of the other books that examine the nature of science and poetry.

A sonnet to science

Scientists and their poetry


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