Academy, 1 (1869–70), 234–35.
[Review of Forms of Animal Life, by George Rolleston]
Education, Universities, Textbooks, Science Communication, Zoology, Dissection, Comparative Anatomy, Taxonomy
Carl Gegenbaur , Thomas H Huxley
University of Oxford
Regrets that the usefulness of George Rolleston's book is 'limited in large measure to Oxford students' (234), and that it does not supply 'the great want of the present day [...] a book which will teach students how to dissect animals, how to study zoology practically' (235).
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