May the muse be with you

Geake, Elisabeth
October 1991
New Scientist;10/19/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1791, p55
Argues in favor of including the study of poetry at the end of undergraduate science courses in Great Britain. Advantages of knowing poetry in writing reports and academic papers; Tradition of using indirect speech in academic writing; Conflict between the objectivity of research writing and poetry.


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