The Miracle of the Maid of Orleans; or, The Evidence of the Supernatural in History
Travelogue, Essay, Polemic
Miracle, Supernaturalism, Rationalism, Scientific Naturalism, Instruments, Microscopy, Spectroscopy
Complains that 'so-called supernatural or miraculous phenomena' are 'hateful to the narrower scientists' who consistently refuse to 'recognize the birth of the Infinite Invisible, of the nature of which we know about as much by our microscopes and spectroscopes and other meteyards of science as the dwellers on the European coastline knew in Jeanne's time of the American continent' (72).
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