Coral Jewellery

@article{Anderson2015CoralJ,
  title={Coral Jewellery},
  author={Katharine Anderson},
  journal={Victorian Review},
  year={2015},
  volume={34},
  pages={47 - 52}
}
end of the Victorian period, the cemetery had lost its nobler purposes. The borough engineer was generally called in to add grid-like extensions to the original undulating designs, usually with the remit of maximizing grave space. The landscape became subsumed under a riot of grave furniture that proved impossible to maintain, and the graves of the poor—which were rarely more than unmarked pits, in the less salubrious corners of the sites—consumed vast acres that offered little consolation. The… Expand
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Reading and writing the scientific voyage: FitzRoy, Darwin and John Clunies Ross
  • K. Anderson
  • Medicine, History
  • The British Journal for the History of Science
  • 2018
TLDR
An unpublished satirical work, written c.1848–1854, provides fresh insight into the most famous scientific voyage of the nineteenth century and is intriguing not only for its glimpse of the Beagle voyage, but also as a self-portrait of an imperial scientific reader. Expand