Cosslett, Tess. The "Scientific Movement" and Victorian Literature. New York: The Harvester Press, 1982, 188 p.
Considers the "values of science" presented in the works of such writers as Alfred, Lord Tennyson, George Eliot, George Meredith, and Thomas Hardy.
Demastes, William W. "Re-Inspecting the Crack in the Chimney: Chaos Theory from Ibsen to Stoppard." New Theatre Quarterly X, No. 39 (August 1994): 242-54.
Applies the scientific paradigm of chaos theory to an analysis of Henrik Ibsen's The Master Builder and to the works of later absurdist and postmodern dramatists.
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