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[Perspectives] Charles Dickens’ scientific network

Writer and critic George Henry Lewes has a lot to answer for. In 1839, Lewes visited the up-and-coming author Charles Dickens at his home in Doughty Street, London, UK, and, after a swift glance at his bookcases, declared that Dickens was “completely outside philosophy, science, and the higher literature”.