This introductory chapter describes how this book aims to explain how twentieth and twenty-first century poets incorporated ideas from physics, chemistry, medicine and other scientific disciplines into their works. It includes a summary of the chapteres that explore how these contemporary poets viewed scientific advances in the hope of providing scholars and students a better understanding of the place and function of science in poetry as well as offering new lines of inquiry for further research into the interplay between the two interdisciplinary fields.
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