Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine,  7 (1858–59), 212–18.

The Story of a Pin  [6/9]



Short Fiction, Serial


Progress, Evolution, Natural Law, Natural Theology, Eschatology

    Insists that 'Everything in Nature, according to God's law, follows a course of progress or decay' and illustrates the point with such examples as the rising and setting of the sun and the growth and decay of plants (214). Argues that a similar path of progress and decay happens in human feelings.

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