By: Margaret Welch
289 pages, B/w illus
Explores the interactions between natural history literature - especially illustrated botanical and zoological monographs - and its readers, relating the importance of these works in the transmission of natural history's practice and discourse. This book offers fresh insights into both the roots of today's conservation movement and unexplored areas of our cultural history.
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