Mirror of Literature,  12 (1828), 415.

[Chemical Analysis of Literature]





Analytical Chemistry

    'It would be a very pleasant thing, if literary productions could be submitted to something like chemical analysis,—if we could separate the merit of a book, as we can the magnesia of Epsom salts, by a simple practical application of the doctrine of affinities.'

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