Call not them poets, who, like me, compose in verse, so very near allied to prose
|Creator||Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864|
|Title||Call not them poets, who, like me, compose in verse, so very near allied to prose|
|Abstract||A 317-line poem in verse by Edward Hitchcock on the subject of the study and humility of science. The poem also deals with the concept of the relationship between religion and science. Hitchcock wrote two other versions of this poem, titled "The humility of true science" and "Humility of science."|
Title from head of poem.
The item is undated. The date provided is estimated from the date Hitchcock presented a longer version of this poem at Amherst College.
|Physical Description||1 item (10 pages)|
|Subject||Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 – Archives|
|Subject||Religion and science – Poetry|
|Part of||Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers|
|Finding Aid||View the finding aid for this item's collection|
|Repository||Amherst College Archives & Special Collections|
|Shelf Location||Box 22 Folder 31|
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