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By J. Carroll,J. Gottschall,John A. Johnson,Daniel J. Kruger

This publication is helping to bridge the distance among technological know-how and literary scholarship. development on findings within the evolutionary human sciences, the authors build a version of human nature to be able to remove darkness from the developed psychology that shapes the association of characters in nineteenth-century British novels, from Jane Austen to E. M. Forster.

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