The Island of Dr. Moreau

The Island of Dr. Moreau Sources and ClassicNote Author

  • Wells, H.G. The Island of Doctor Moreau. New York: Penguin, 2005.
  • Beuchamp, Gorman. "The Island of Dr. Moreau as Theological Grotesque." Papers on Language & Literature 15.4 (Fall 1979): 408-417.

  • Bowen, Roger. "Science, Myth, and Fiction in H.G. Wells's Island of Dr. Moreau." Studies in the Novel 8.3 (Fall 1976): 318-335.

  • Christensen, Timothy. "The 'Bestial Mark' of Race in The Island of Dr. Moreau." Criticism 46.4 (2004): 575-595.

  • Connor, J.T. "Cruel Knives? Vivisection and Biomedical Research in Victorian English Canada." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 14.1 (1997): 37-64.

  • Glendening, John. "'Green Confusion': Evolution and Entanglement in H.G. Wells's The Island of Doctor Moreau." Victorian Literature and Culture (2002): 571-597.

  • Gomel, Elana. "From Dr. Moreau to Dr. Mengele: The Biological Sublime." Poetics Today 21.2 (Summer 2000): 393-421.

  • Graff, Ann-Barbara. "'Administrative Nihilism': Evolution, Ethics and Victorian Utopian Satire." Utopian Studies 12.2 (2001): 33-52.

  • MacDonald, Alex. "'Passionate Intensity' in Wells's The Island of Doctor Moreau and Yeats's 'The Second Coming': Constructing an Echo." ANQ 9.4 (Fall 1996): 40-43.

  • Montgomery, Brooke. "'Those candid and ingenuous vivisectors': Frances Power Cobbe and the anti-vivisection controversy in Victorian Britain, 1870--1904." M.A. diss., University of Calgary, 2000, 17-55.

  • Preece, Rod. "Darwinisim, Christianity, and the Great Vivisection Debate." Journal of the History of Ideas 64.3 (2003): 399-419.

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