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S serve as comparative texts for an examination of the literary inheritance that Edmund received from his father Philip. Uncertainity over whether Philip was a Puritan ogre or rival artist is carried over into a blurring of identity between father, son, biography and auto-biography.
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THE second son of Thomas and Hannah Gosse, Philip Henry, was born in Worcester on April 6, , A couple of years afterwards his parents went to reside at Poole, where Philip Henry's love for natural history appears to have been very early awakened.
From his Aunt Bell he learned of the metamorphosis of insects, the name of our common red sea anemone, and she even suggested to the boy that he should try to keep sea anemones alive in vessels of fresh sea-water; this Aunt Bell was the mother of the well-known Prof. Thomas Bell, the the latter of whom was some eighteen years Gosse's senior. Thomas and Hannah Gosse belonged to two different orders of being. From a physical standpoint, we read of the father that he was a grey and withered man, who never smiled, who had no push in him, no ambition, and no energy; while the mother was a very handsome and powerfully built woman, with a pastoral richness of nature, like a Sicilian shepherdess of the olden times.
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Father and Son is a memoir by poet and critic Edmund Gosse , which he subtitled "a study of two temperaments. The book describes Edmund's early years in an exceptionally devout Plymouth Brethren home. His mother, who died early and painfully of breast cancer, was a writer of Christian tracts. His father, Philip Henry Gosse , was an influential, though largely self-taught, invertebrate zoologist and student of marine biology who, after his wife's death, took Edmund to live in Devon. The book focuses on the relationship between a sternly religious father who rejects the new evolutionary theories of his scientific colleague Charles Darwin and the son's gradual coming of age and rejection of his father's fundamentalist religion.
Access options available:. By the time Gosse was born in , Dickens was already a figure of national importance, with a growing international reputation. Young Gosse would not, like many of his contemporaries, have grown up hearing adults discussing the latest installment of Little Dorrit —57 or A Tale of Two Cities , because in his Plymouth Brethren home all fiction was prohibited.
Да. Шестнадцать. - Уберите пробелы, - твердо сказал Дэвид. - Дэвид? - сказала Сьюзан. - Ты, наверное, не понял. Эти группы из четырех знаков… - Уберите пробелы, - повторил. Сьюзан колебалась недолго, потом кивнула Соши.
- Вы его убили. Вы же сказали… - Мы к нему пальцем не притронулись, - успокоил ее Стратмор. - Он умер от разрыва сердца.
Сьюзан, я хочу кое о чем тебя спросить.
- Она тебе все равно не поверит. - Да уж конечно, - огрызнулся Хейл. - Лживый негодяй. Вы промыли ей мозги. Вы рассказываете ей только то, что считаете нужным.
Дэвид Беккер исчез, но это ненадолго.
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