Darwin and Literature (Hardcover)
Evolutionary theory has provoked intense controversy. Darwin and Literature reconciles adversarial viewpoints by demonstrating the relevance of Darwin's key concepts in The Origin of Species to writings of the Bible, Shakespeare, and other literary works. This book examines how authors transform biological paradoxes into cultural issues.
Leonard Moss has written books on Arthur Miller, Joseph Conrad, literature and evolution, and tragedy and philosophy. He edited the journal of the Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association in Providence from 1998 to 2004.