Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
Send mail

Name Search
(Comparative) study (in structure/mode/ways of pronunciation, articulation, phonetics, or whatever; that is, in differences of speaking mouth postures and resultant speaking weight/force center points) between English/foreign languages and mother tongue, for better (more practical/effective/smooth) hearing/speaking of English/foreign languages.       Copyright.   Young-Won Kim,   yw@voicespec.com
open : home | brd2 | Kor | book | FUN member : main II | Kor II


::: Comparative phonetics, main :::


596 12 View counter   Join Member Login Admin
Name   Young-Won Kim
Subject   August Bebel,  Herbert Spencer,            Charles Darwin,        Jean-Baptiste Lamarck,     Thomas Henry Huxley

Émile Durkheim
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/%c3%89mile+Durkheim ,  

"Émile Durkheim"                     (K/C2 + "-arl Marx"/P)/Ch/+bp                    "Karl Marx"

*            "Émile Durkheim"  >>  Durkheim /S  >>  "David Émile Durkheim" /P

Born                                         April 15, 1858                          Épinal, France
Died                              November 15, 1917 (aged 59)                      Paris, France

"1858"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Émile Durkheim"/C2)/+bp                  "Émile Durkheim"
April                  ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Émile Durkheim"/C2)/+cp                  "Émile Durkheim"
"15"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Émile Durkheim"/C2)/Ch/+bp                  "Émile Durkheim"
"Épinal, France"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Émile Durkheim"/C2)/Ch/+cp                  "Émile Durkheim"

"1917"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Émile Durkheim"/C2)/+bp                  "Émile Durkheim"
November                 ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Émile Durkheim"/C2)/+cp                  "Émile Durkheim"
"15"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Émile Durkheim"/C2)/Ch/+bp                  "Émile Durkheim"
"Paris, France"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Émile Durkheim"/C2)/Ch/+cp                  "Émile Durkheim"

>>         Durkheim set up the first European department of sociology at the University of Bordeaux in 1895,

* "Émile Durkheim"  >>  ("first European department of sociology" /S)/C1  >>  ("1895" /S/Ch/+bp)/C1  >>  ("University of Bordeaux" /S/Ch/+cp)/C1

>>                  Auguste Comte

*            "Émile Durkheim"  >>  ("Auguste Comte" /T/Ch)/P

>>                  Herbert Spencer

*            "Émile Durkheim"  >>  ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S

>>                  Ferdinand Tönnies
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Ferdinand+T%c3%b6nnies ,  
*            "Émile Durkheim"  >>  ("Ferdinand Tönnies" /T/Ch) /GC/S/abT



Max Weber
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Max+Weber ,  
"Max Weber"                     (K/C2 + "-arl Marx"/P)/Ch/+cp                    "Karl Marx"



August Bebel
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/August+Bebel ,  

*           "Karl Marx"  >>  ("August Bebel" /T/Ch)/C1

>>     Ferdinand August Bebel (22 February 1840, Deutz, Cologne – 13 August 1913 Passugg, Graubünden)

*           ("August Bebel" /T/Ch)/C1  >>  "Ferdinand August Bebel" /S  >>  Bebel /C2

"1840"                     ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "August Bebel"/S)/+bp                   "August Bebel"
February                   ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "August Bebel"/S)/+cp                   "August Bebel"
"22"                    ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "August Bebel"/S)/Ch/+bp                   "August Bebel"
"Deutz, Cologne"                    ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "August Bebel"/S)/Ch/+cp                   "August Bebel"

"1913"                    ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "August Bebel"/C2)/+bp                   "August Bebel"
August                    ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "August Bebel"/C2)/+cp                   "August Bebel"
"13"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "August Bebel"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "August Bebel"
"Passugg, Graubünden"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "August Bebel"/C2)/Ch/+cp                   "August Bebel"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/b#a4288 ,    
•  Aus meinem Leben — Erster Teil (German) (as Author)
•  Aus meinem Leben — Zweiter Teil (German) (as Author)

"Aus meinem Leben"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "August Bebel's work"/C2)               "August Bebel's work"
"Erster Teil"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "August Bebel's work"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "August Bebel's work"
"Zweiter Teil"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "August Bebel's work"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "August Bebel's work"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "The Acharnians"

"Aus meinem Leben Erster Teil"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + Acharnians/C2)/+bp/Ch               Acharnians
"Aus meinem Leben Zweiter Teil"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + Acharnians/C2)/+cp/Ch               Acharnians

•  Charles Fourier
Sein Leben und seine Theorien. (German) (as Author)

"Charles Fourier"               ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "August Bebel's work"/T)               "August Bebel's work"
"Sein Leben und seine Theorien"               ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "August Bebel's work"/T)/Ch               "August Bebel's work"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "The Frogs"

"Charles Fourier"                                   (Fr/P + ogs/T)                             Frogs

•  Woman under socialism (English) (as Author)

"Woman under socialism"               ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "August Bebel's work"/P)               "August Bebel's work"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "Lysistrata"

"Woman under socialism"                        (Ly/C2 + sistrata/P)                     iLysistrata



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between      August Bebel's  "Aus meinem Leben — Erster Teil"  and     Aristophanes' "The Acharnians"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/3012/3012-h/3012-h.htm ,  
The Acharnians

SCENE: The Athenian Ecclesia on the Pnyx; afterwards Dicaeopolis' house in the country.

 DICAEOPOLIS(1) (alone)
 What cares have not gnawed at my heart and how few have been the
 pleasures in my life!  Four, to be exact, while my troubles have been
 as countless as the grains of sand on the shore!  Let me see! of what
 value to me have been these few pleasures?  Ah! I remember that I was
 delighted in soul when Cleon had to disgorge those five talents;(2) ~ ~


http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/12267/pg12267.html ,  
Aus meinem Leben — Erster Teil

Vorwort.

Der Wunsch vieler meiner Parteigenossen, ich möchte meine Erinnerungen schreiben, trifft mit meinem eigenen Wunsche zusammen. Ist man wie ich durch die Gunst der Verhältnisse in eine einflußreiche Stellung gelangt, dann hat auch die Allgemeinheit ein Recht, die Umstände kennen zu lernen, die dazu führten. Aber auch die Menge falscher Anklagen und schiefer Urteile, mit denen ich so oft überschüttet wurde, lassen es mir gerechtfertigt erscheinen, der Oeffentlichkeit zu zeigen, was daran Wahres ist. ~ ~


"Aus meinem Leben"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "August Bebel's work"/C2)               "August Bebel's work"
"Erster Teil"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "August Bebel's work"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "August Bebel's work"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "The Acharnians"

"Aus meinem Leben Erster Teil"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + Acharnians/C2)/+bp/Ch               Acharnians


1.
Vorwort                         (S/GC/S/abT + CENE/C2)/+bp/Ch                           SCENE

2.         <The> Athenian Ecclesia on <the> Pnyx --- <Der> Wunsch vieler meiner Parteigenossen

"Wunsch vieler meiner Parteigenossen"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "Athenian Ecclesia on Pnyx"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "Athenian Ecclesia on Pnyx"

3.                afterwards Dicaeopolis' house in <the> country

"ich möchte meine Erinnerungen schreiben"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "afterwards Dicaeopolis' house in country"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "afterwards Dicaeopolis' house in country"

4.
"trifft mit meinem eigenen Wunsche zusammen"               (D/GC/S/abT + ICAEOPOLIS/C2)/+bp/Ch               DICAEOPOLIS

5.    Ist man wie ich durch <die> Gunst der Verhältnisse in <eine> einflußreiche Stellung gelangt

"Ist man wie ich durch Gunst der Verhältnisse in einflußreiche Stellung gelangt"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + alone/C2)/+bp/Ch               alone

6. What cares have not gnawed at my heart and how few have been <the> pleasures in my life --- dann hat auch <die> Allgemeinheit <ein> Recht

"dann hat auch Allgemeinheit Recht"               (Wh/GC/S/abT + "-at cares have not gnawed at my heart and how few have been pleasures in my life"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "What cares have not gnawed at my heart and how few have been pleasures in my life"

7.                   <die> Umstände kennen zu lernen

"Umstände kennen zu lernen"                 (F/GC/S/abT + our/C2)/+bp/Ch                 Four

8.                    <die> dazu führten

"dazu führten"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-o be exact"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "to be exact"

9. while my troubles have been as countless as <the> grains of sand on <the> shore --- Aber auch <die> Menge falscher Anklagen und schiefer Urteile

"Aber auch Menge falscher Anklagen und schiefer Urteile"               (wh/GC/S/abT + "-ile my troubles have been as countless as grains of sand on shore"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "while my troubles have been as countless as grains of sand on shore"

10.
"mit denen ich so oft überschüttet wurde"               (L/GC/S/abT + "-et me see"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "Let me see"

11.
"lassen es mir gerechtfertigt erscheinen"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "of what value to me have been these few pleasures"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "of what value to me have been these few pleasures"

12.                  <der> Oeffentlichkeit zu zeigen

"Oeffentlichkeit zu zeigen"                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + Ah/C2)/+bp/Ch                Ah

13.
"was daran Wahres ist"               ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "I remember that I was delighted in soul when Cleon had to disgorge those five talents"/C2)/+bp/Ch               "I remember that I was delighted in soul when Cleon had to disgorge those five talents"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between      August Bebel's  "Aus meinem Leben — Zweiter Teil"  and     Aristophanes' "The Acharnians"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/13690/pg13690.html ,    
Aus meinem Leben — Zweiter Teil

Geleitwort.

Früher, als ich selbst gehofft, ist es mir ermöglicht worden, den vorliegenden zweiten Band „Aus meinem Leben“ fertigzustellen. Mein Gesundheitszustand hat sich in den letzten anderthalb Jahren erheblich gebessert und damit ist meine Leistungsfähigkeit gehoben worden. Leider fiel in diese Zeit die lange, schwere Erkrankung meiner teuren, unvergeßlichen Frau, mit deren Hinscheiden Ende November 1910 ihr Leiden seinen Abschluß fand.

Der zweite Band ist weit stärker geworden, ~ ~


"Aus meinem Leben"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "August Bebel's work"/C2)               "August Bebel's work"
"Zweiter Teil"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "August Bebel's work"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "August Bebel's work"

"Aus meinem Leben Zweiter Teil"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + Acharnians/C2)/+cp/Ch               Acharnians


1.
Geleitwort                       (S/GC/S/abT + CENE/C2)/+cp/Ch                           SCENE

2.                      <The> Athenian Ecclesia on <the> Pnyx

Früher               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "Athenian Ecclesia on Pnyx"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "Athenian Ecclesia on Pnyx"

3.                afterwards Dicaeopolis' house in <the> country

"als ich selbst gehofft"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "afterwards Dicaeopolis' house in country"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "afterwards Dicaeopolis' house in country"

4.
"ist es mir ermöglicht worden"               (D/GC/S/abT + ICAEOPOLIS/C2)/+cp/Ch               DICAEOPOLIS

5.                  <den> vorliegenden zweiten Band

"vorliegenden zweiten Band"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + alone/C2)/+cp/Ch               alone

6.     What cares have not gnawed at my heart and how few have been <the> pleasures in my life

"Aus meinem Leben"               (Wh/GC/S/abT + "-at cares have not gnawed at my heart and how few have been pleasures in my life"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "What cares have not gnawed at my heart and how few have been pleasures in my life"

7.
fertigzustellen                         (F/GC/S/abT + our/C2)/+cp/Ch                         Four

8. Mein Gesundheitszustand hat sich in <den> letzten anderthalb Jahren erheblich gebessert und damit ist meine Leistungsfähigkeit gehoben worden

"Mein Gesundheitszustand hat sich in letzten anderthalb Jahren erheblich gebessert und damit ist meine Leistungsfähigkeit gehoben worden"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-o be exact"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "to be exact"

9. while my troubles have been as countless as <the> grains of sand on <the> shore --- Leider fiel in diese Zeit <die> lange

"Leider fiel in diese Zeit lange"               (wh/GC/S/abT + "-ile my troubles have been as countless as grains of sand on shore"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "while my troubles have been as countless as grains of sand on shore"

10.
"schwere Erkrankung meiner teuren"               (L/GC/S/abT + "-et me see"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "Let me see"

11.
"unvergeßlichen Frau"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "of what value to me have been these few pleasures"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "of what value to me have been these few pleasures"

12.
"mit deren Hinscheiden Ende November 1910 ihr Leiden seinen Abschluß fand"                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + Ah/C2)/+cp/Ch                Ah

13.                     <Der> zweite Band ist weit stärker geworden

"zweite Band ist weit stärker geworden"               ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "I remember that I was delighted in soul when Cleon had to disgorge those five talents"/C2)/+cp/Ch               "I remember that I was delighted in soul when Cleon had to disgorge those five talents"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between      August Bebel's  "Charles Fourier"  and     Aristophanes' "The Frogs"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/19596/19596-h/19596-h.htm ,    
Charles Fourier
Sein Leben und seine Theorien

Vorrede.

Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert zählt in der Geschichte der Entwicklung der Menschheit zu jenen Perioden, auf denen der Blick des Kulturforschers und Fortschrittsfreundes mit besonderem Interesse ruht. Nach den religiösen, politischen und sozialen Kämpfen des Reformationszeitalters war, wie das stets nach großen Volks- und Massenbewegungen zu geschehen pflegt, eine Art Stillstand und Rückschlag für die Fortentwicklung eingetreten. Die durch die Reformationsbewegungen zur Geltung gekommenen Stände und Interessen suchten sich zu konsolidiren und die daraus hervorgehenden Reibungen führten wieder zu gewaltsamen Kämpfen und Erschütterungen von mehr oder weniger langer Dauer, die alle übrigen Interessen absorbirten, den materiellen wie den geistigen Fortschritt der Massen für lange Zeit hemmten.

In Deutschland hatte die Reformation dem Landesfürstenthum Oberwasser verschafft. Die Landesfürsten hatten die Reformation benutzt, um unter dem Deckmantel der Religion die eigene Hausmacht nach Möglichkeit zu stärken dadurch, daß sie den kleinen Adel sich unterthänig und von sich abhängig machten, die Macht der Geistlichkeit brachen, ~ ~


"Charles Fourier"               ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "August Bebel's work"/T)               "August Bebel's work"
"Sein Leben und seine Theorien"               ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "August Bebel's work"/T)/Ch               "August Bebel's work"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/7998/pg7998.html ,  
Aristophanes' "The Frogs"

"Charles Fourier"                                   (Fr/P + ogs/T)                             Frogs


1.                <A> CHORUS OF FROGS <A> CHORUS OF INITIATED PERSONS

Vorrede                    (CH/P + "-ORUS OF FROGS CHORUS OF INITIATED PERSONS"/T)                  "CHORUS OF FROGS CHORUS OF INITIATED PERSONS"

2. Attendants at <a> Funeral --- <Das> achtzehnte Jahrhundert zählt in <der> Geschichte der Entwicklung der Menschheit zu jenen Perioden

"achtzehnte Jahrhundert zählt in Geschichte der Entwicklung der Menschheit zu jenen Perioden"                  ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "Attendants at Funeral"/T)                  "Attendants at Funeral"

3. auf denen der Blick <des> Kulturforschers und Fortschrittsfreundes mit besonderem Interesse ruht

"auf denen der Blick Kulturforschers und Fortschrittsfreundes mit besonderem Interesse ruht"                   (W/P + "-omen worshipping Iacchus"/T)                  "Women worshipping Iacchus"

4.                  Nach <den> religiösen

"Nach religiösen"                   (S/P + "-ervants of Pluto, &/N c"/P)                  "Servants of Pluto, &/N c"

5.                     politischen und sozialen Kämpfen <des> Reformationszeitalters war

"politischen und sozialen Kämpfen Reformationszeitalters war"                   (X/P + "-anthias Shall I crack any of those old jokes, master"/T)                  "Xanthias Shall I crack any of those old jokes, master"

6.           At which <the> audience never fail to laugh --- wie <das> stets nach großen Volks

"wie stets nach großen Volks"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "At which audience never fail to laugh"/T)                  "At which audience never fail to laugh"

7.
"und Massenbewegungen zu geschehen pflegt"                   (D/P + "-IONYSUS. Aye, what you will"/T)                  "DIONYSUS. Aye, what you will"

8.               <eine> Art Stillstand und Rückschlag für <die> Fortentwicklung eingetreten

"Art Stillstand und Rückschlag für Fortentwicklung eingetreten"                    ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "except I'm getting crushed"/T)                  "except I'm getting crushed"

9. <Die> durch <die> Reformationsbewegungen zur Geltung gekommenen Stände und Interessen suchten sich zu konsolidiren und <die> daraus hervorgehenden Reibungen führten wieder zu gewaltsamen Kämpfen und Erschütterungen von mehr oder weniger langer Dauer

"durch Reformationsbewegungen zur Geltung gekommenen Stände und Interessen suchten sich zu konsolidiren und daraus hervorgehenden Reibungen führten wieder zu gewaltsamen Kämpfen und Erschütterungen von mehr oder weniger langer Dauer"                   (F/P + "-ight shy of that"/T)                  "Fight shy of that"

10.               <die> alle übrigen Interessen absorbirten

"alle übrigen Interessen absorbirten"                   ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "I'm sick of that already"/T)                  "I'm sick of that already"

11.          <den> materiellen wie <den> geistigen Fortschritt der Massen für lange Zeit hemmten

"materiellen wie geistigen Fortschritt der Massen für lange Zeit hemmten"                   (X/P + "-AN. Nothing else smart"/T)                  "XAN. Nothing else smart"

12.        In Deutschland hatte <die> Reformation <dem> Landesfürstenthum Oberwasser verschafft

"In Deutschland hatte Reformation Landesfürstenthum Oberwasser verschafft"                   (D/P + "-IO. Aye, save my shoulder's aching"/T)                  "DIO. Aye, save my shoulder's aching"

13.                    <Die> Landesfürsten hatten <die> Reformation benutzt

"Landesfürsten hatten Reformation benutzt"                   (X/P + "-AN. Come now, that comical joke"/S)/Ch                  "XAN. Come now, that comical joke"

14. um unter <dem> Deckmantel der Religion <die> eigene Hausmacht nach Möglichkeit zu stärken dadurch

"um unter Deckmantel der Religion eigene Hausmacht nach Möglichkeit zu stärken dadurch"                   (D/P + "-IO. With all my heart"/T)                  "DIO. With all my heart"

15.               daß sie <den> kleinen Adel sich unterthänig und von sich abhängig machten

"daß sie kleinen Adel sich unterthänig und von sich abhängig machten"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "Only be careful not to shift your pole, And"/P)                  "Only be careful not to shift your pole, And"

16.                     <die> Macht <der> Geistlichkeit brachen

"Macht Geistlichkeit brachen"                  (X/P + "-AN. What"/T)                   "XAN. What"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between     August Bebel's  "Woman under socialism"  and     Aristophanes' "Lysistrata"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/30646/30646-h/30646-h.htm ,  
Woman under socialism

PART I
WOMAN IN THE PAST

CHAPTER I.
BEFORE CHRISTIANITY.

Woman and the workingman have, since old, had this in common—oppression. The forms of oppression have suffered changes in the course of time, and in various countries. But the oppression always remained. Many a time and oft, in the course of the ages, did the oppressed become conscious of their oppression; and such conscious knowledge of their condition did bring on changes and reliefs. Nevertheless, a knowledge, that grasped the actual feature of the oppression by grasping its causes, is, with woman as with the workingman, the fruit of our own days. The actual feature of society, and of the laws that lie at the bottom of its development, had first to be known, before a general movement could take place for the removal of conditions, recognized as oppressive and unjust. The breadth and intensity of such a movement depends, however, upon the measure of the understanding prevalent among the suffering social layers and circles, and upon the measure of freedom of motion that they enjoy. In both respects, woman stands, through custom and education, as well as the freedom allowed her by law, behind the workingman. To this, another circumstance is added. Conditions, ~ ~


http://www.gutenberg.org/files/7700/7700-h/7700-h.htm ,  
Lysistrata

LYSISTRATA stands alone with the Propylaea at her back.

LYSISTRATA

If they were trysting for a Bacchanal,
A feast of Pan or Colias or Genetyllis,
The tambourines would block the rowdy streets,
But now there's not a woman to be seen
Except--ah, yes--this neighbour of mine yonder.

Enter CALONICE.

Good day Calonice.

CALONICE

Good day Lysistrata.
But what has vexed you so? Tell me, child.
What are these black looks for? It doesn't suit you
To knit your eyebrows up glumly like that.

LYSISTRATA

Calonice, it's more than I can bear,
I am hot all over with blushes for our sex.
Men say we're slippery rogues--

CALONICE

And aren't they right?

LYSISTRATA

Yet summoned on the most tremendous business
For deliberation, still they snuggle in bed.

CALONICE

My dear, they'll come. It's hard for women, you know,
To get away. There's so much to do;
Husbands to be patted and put in good tempers:
Servants to be poked out: children washed
Or soothed with lullays or fed with mouthfuls of pap.

LYSISTRATA

But I tell you, here's a far more weighty object.

CALONICE

What is it all about, dear Lysistrata,
That you've called the women hither in a troop?
What kind of an object is it?

LYSISTRATA

A tremendous thing!

CALONICE

And long?

LYSISTRATA

Indeed, it may be very lengthy.

CALONICE

Then why aren't they here?

LYSISTRATA

No man's connected with it;
If that was the case, they'd soon come fluttering along.
No, no. It concerns an object I've felt over
And turned this way and that for sleepless nights.

CALONICE

It must be fine to stand such long attention.

LYSISTRATA

So fine it comes to this--Greece saved by Woman!

CALONICE

By Woman? Wretched thing, I'm sorry for it. ~ ~


"Woman under socialism"               ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "August Bebel's work"/P)               "August Bebel's work"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/7700/7700-h/7700-h.htm ,    
Aristophanes' "Lysistrata"

"Woman under socialism"                        (Ly/C2 + sistrata/P)                     iLysistrata


1.   LYSISTRATA stands alone with <the> Propylaea at her back --- PART i WOMAN IN <THE> PAST

"PART i WOMAN IN PAST"                  (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA stands alone with Propylaea at her back"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA stands alone with Propylaea at her back"

2.          LYSISTRATA If they were trysting for <a> Bacchanal

"CHAPTER i"                   (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA If they were trysting for Bacchanal"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA If they were trysting for Bacchanal"

3.               <A> feast of Pan or Colias or Genetyllis

"BEFORE CHRISTIANITY"                   (f/C2 + "-east of Pan or Colias or Genetyllis"/P)                  "feast of Pan or Colias or Genetyllis"

4.  <The> tambourines would block <the> rowdy streets --- Woman and <the> workingman have

"Woman and workingman have"                  (t/C2 + "-ambourines would block rowdy streets"/P)                  "tambourines would block rowdy streets"

5.                But now there's not <a> woman to be seen Except

"since old"                   (B/C2 + "-ut now there's not woman to be seen Except"/P)                  "But now there's not woman to be seen Except"

6.
"had this in common"                     ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "ah, yes"/P)                    "ah, yes"

7.
oppression                   (th/C2 + "-is neighbour of mine yonder"/P)                  "this neighbour of mine yonder"

8.              <The> forms of oppression have suffered changes in <the> course of time

"forms of oppression have suffered changes in course of time"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter CALONICE"/P)                  "Enter CALONICE"

9.
"and in various countries"                 (G/C2 + "-ood day Calonice"/P)                  "Good day Calonice"

10.                  But <the> oppression always remained

"But oppression always remained"                 (C/C2 + "-ALONICE Good day Lysistrata"/P)                  "CALONICE Good day Lysistrata"

11.                     Many <a> time and oft

"Many time and oft"                   (B/C2 + "-ut what has vexed you so"/P)                  "But what has vexed you so"

12.                      in <the> course of <the> ages

"in course of ages"                     (T/C2 + "-ell me, child"/P)                    "Tell me, child"

13.                  did <the> oppressed become conscious of their oppression

"did oppressed become conscious of their oppression"                   (Wh/C2 + "-at are these black looks for"/P)                  "What are these black looks for"

14.
"and such conscious knowledge of their condition did bring on changes and reliefs"                   ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "It doesn't suit you To knit your eyebrows up glumly like that"/P)                  "It doesn't suit you To knit your eyebrows up glumly like that"

15.
Nevertheless                   (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA Calonice, it's more than I can bear"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA Calonice, it's more than I can bear"

16.                         <a> knowledge

knowledge                   ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "I am hot all over with blushes for our sex. Men say we're slippery rogues"/P)                  "I am hot all over with blushes for our sex. Men say we're slippery rogues"

17.                that grasped <the> actual feature of <the> oppression by grasping its causes

"that grasped actual feature of oppression by grasping its causes"                   (C/C2 + "-ALONICE And aren't they right"/P)                  "CALONICE And aren't they right"

18. LYSISTRATA Yet summoned on <the> most tremendous business For deliberation, still they snuggle in bed

is                   (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA Yet summoned on most tremendous business For deliberation, still they snuggle in bed"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA Yet summoned on most tremendous business For deliberation, still they snuggle in bed"

19.                   with woman as with <the> workingman

"with woman as with workingman"                   (C/C2 + "-ALONICE My dear, they'll come. It's hard for women, you know, To get away"/P)                  "CALONICE My dear, they'll come. It's hard for women, you know, To get away"

20.                     <the> fruit of our own days

"fruit of our own days"                   (Th/C2 + " -ere's so much to do"/P)                  "There's so much to do"

21.                     <The> actual feature of society

"actual feature of society"                   (H/C2 + "-usbands to be patted and put in good tempers"/P)                  "Husbands to be patted and put in good tempers"

22.                     and of <the> laws that lie at <the> bottom of its development

"and of laws that lie at bottom of its development"                   (S/C2 + "-ervants to be poked out"/P)                  "Servants to be poked out"

23.
"had first to be known"                   (ch/C2 + "-ildren washed Or soothed with lullays or fed with mouthfuls of pap"/P)                  "children washed Or soothed with lullays or fed with mouthfuls of pap"

24. LYSISTRATA But I tell you, here's <a> far more weighty object --- before <a> general movement could take place for <the> removal of conditions

"before general movement could take place for removal of conditions"                   (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA But I tell you, here's far more weighty object"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA But I tell you, here's far more weighty object"

25.
"recognized as oppressive and unjust"                   (C/C2 + "-ALONICE What is it all about, dear Lysistrata"/P)                  "CALONICE What is it all about, dear Lysistrata"

26. That you've called <the> women hither in <a> troop --- <The> breadth and intensity of such <a> movement depends

"breadth and intensity of such movement depends"                  (Th/C2 + "- at you've called women hither in troop"/P)                  "That you've called women hither in troop "

27.                      What kind of <an> object is it

however                  (Wh/C2 + "-at kind of object is it"/P)                  "What kind of object is it"

28. LYSISTRATA <A> tremendous thing --- upon <the> measure of <the> understanding prevalent among <the> suffering social layers and circles

"upon measure of understanding prevalent among suffering social layers and circles"                  (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA tremendous thing"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA tremendous thing"

29.                    and upon <the> measure of freedom of motion that they enjoy

"and upon measure of freedom of motion that they enjoy"                   (C/C2 + "-ALONICE And long"/P)                  "CALONICE And long"

30.
"In both respects"                   (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA Indeed, it may be very lengthy"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA Indeed, it may be very lengthy"


31.
"woman stands"                   (C/C2 + "-ALONICE Then why aren't they here"/P)                  "CALONICE Then why aren't they here"

32.
"through custom and education"                   (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA No man's connected with it"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA No man's connected with it"

33. If that was <the> case, they'd soon come fluttering along --- as well as <the> freedom allowed her by law

"as well as freedom allowed her by law"                   ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "If that was case, they'd soon come fluttering along"/P)                  "If that was case, they'd soon come fluttering along"

34. behind <the> workingman --- No, no. It concerns <an> object I've felt over And turned this way and that for sleepless nights

"behind workingman"                   (N/C2 + "-o, no. It concerns object I've felt over And turned this way and that for sleepless nights"/P)                  "No, no. It concerns object I've felt over And turned this way and that for sleepless night"

35.
"To this"                   (C/C2 + "-ALONICE It must be fine to stand such long attention"/P)                  "CALONICE It must be fine to stand such long attention"

36.
"another circumstance is added"                   (LY/C2 + "-SISTRATA So fine it comes to this--Greece saved by Woman"/P)                  "LYSISTRATA So fine it comes to this--Greece saved by Woman"

37.
Conditions                   (C/C2 + "-ALONICE By Woman? Wretched thing, I'm sorry for it"/P)                  "CALONICE By Woman? Wretched thing, I'm sorry for it"

Et cetera.



Auguste Comte
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Auguste+Comte ,    
*            "Émile Durkheim"  >>  ("Auguste Comte" /T/Ch)/P



Herbert Spencer
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Herbert+Spencer ,  

*            "Émile Durkheim"  >>  ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S

Full name                               Herbert Spencer
Born                                    27 April 1820                      Derby, England
Died                         8 December 1903 (aged 83)                  Brighton, England

*             ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  Spencer /C2

"1820"                  (H/GC/S/abT + "-erbert Spencer"/P)/+bp               "Herbert Spencer"
April                     (H/GC/S/abT + "-erbert Spencer"/P)/+cp               "Herbert Spencer"
"27"                 (H/GC/S/abT + "-erbert Spencer"/P)/Ch/+bp               "Herbert Spencer"
"Derby, England"                 (H/GC/S/abT + "-erbert Spencer"/P)/Ch/+cp               "Herbert Spencer"

"1903"                  (H/GC/S/abT + "-erbert Spencer"/T)/+bp               "Herbert Spencer"
December                (H/GC/S/abT + "-erbert Spencer"/T)/+cp              "Herbert Spencer"
"8"                  (H/GC/S/abT + "-erbert Spencer"/T)/Ch/+bp               "Herbert Spencer"
"Brighton, England"                  (H/GC/S/abT + "-erbert Spencer"/T)/Ch/+cp               "Herbert Spencer"

>>                  He is best known for coining the concept "survival of the fittest"

*               ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("survival of fittest" /T/+bp/Ch)/C1

>>                    Charles Darwin

*               ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P

>>               This term strongly suggests natural selection,

* ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("survival of fittest" /T/+bp/Ch)/C1  >>  ("natural selection" /T/+cp/Ch)/C1

>>                   Lamarckism

*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P

>>                  Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi

*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P

>>                  Thomas Henry Huxley

*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P

>>                   John Tyndall

*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P

>>              liberal clergyman Arthur Stanley, the Dean of Westminster;
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Arthur+Penrhyn+Stanley ,  
*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P

>>                 Hermann von Helmholtz
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Hermann+von+Helmholtz ,    
*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P  >>  ("Hermann von Helmholtz" /GC/S/abT/Ch)/P

>>                   Shyamji Krishnavarma
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Shyamji+Krishnavarma ,  
*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P  >>  ("Hermann von Helmholtz" /GC/S/abT/Ch)/P  >>  ("Shyamji Krishnavarma" /C2/Ch)/P

>>                      George Combe
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/George+Combe ,    
*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P  >>  ("Hermann von Helmholtz" /GC/S/abT/Ch)/P  >>  ("Shyamji Krishnavarma" /C2/Ch)/P  >>  ("George Combe " /T)/C1

>>                          Samuel Taylor Coleridge

*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P  >>  ("Hermann von Helmholtz" /GC/S/abT/Ch)/P  >>  ("Shyamji Krishnavarma" /C2/Ch)/P  >>  ("George Combe" /T)/C1  >>  ("Samuel Taylor Coleridge" /P)/C1

>>          with a generalization of von Baer’s law of embryological development
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Karl+Ernst+von+Baer ,  
*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P  >>  ("Hermann von Helmholtz" /GC/S/abT/Ch)/P  >>  ("Shyamji Krishnavarma" /C2/Ch)/P  >>  ("George Combe" /T)/C1  >>  ("Samuel Taylor Coleridge" /P)/C1  >>  ("Baer" /GC/S/abT)/C1

>>                      William James

*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P  >>  ("Hermann von Helmholtz" /GC/S/abT/Ch)/P  >>  ("Shyamji Krishnavarma" /C2/Ch)/P  >>  ("George Combe" /T)/C1  >>  ("Samuel Taylor Coleridge" /P)/C1  >>  ("Baer" /GC/S/abT)/C1  >>  ("William James" /S)/C1

>>               As his American follower John Fiske observed,

*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P  >>  ("Hermann von Helmholtz" /GC/S/abT/Ch)/P  >>  ("Shyamji Krishnavarma" /C2/Ch)/P  >>  ("George Combe" /T)/C1  >>  ("Samuel Taylor Coleridge" /P)/C1  >>  ("Baer" /GC/S/abT)/C1  >>  ("William James" /S)/C1  >>  ("John Fiske (philosopher)" /T/Ch)/C1

>>               Henry Sidgwick
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Henry+Sidgwick ,  
*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  ("Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi" /C2)/P  >>  ("Thomas Henry Huxley" /GC/S/abT)/P  >>  ("John Tyndall" /T/Ch)/P  >>  ("Arthur Penrhyn Stanley" /S/Ch)/P  >>  ("Hermann von Helmholtz" /GC/S/abT/Ch)/P  >>  ("Shyamji Krishnavarma" /C2/Ch)/P  >>  ("George Combe" /T)/C1  >>  ("Samuel Taylor Coleridge" /P)/C1  >>  ("Baer" /GC/S/abT)/C1  >>  ("William James" /S)/C1  >>  ("John Fiske (philosopher)" /T/Ch)/C1  >>  (Sidgwick /P/Ch)/C1


http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/s#a1887 ,    
•  Les bases de la morale évolutionniste (French) (as Author)

"bases de morale évolutionniste"              (H/C2 + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/S)              "Herbert Spencer's writing"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "Aristophane"

"bases de morale évolutionniste"              ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + Aristophane/S)              Aristophane

•  Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects
Everyman's Library (English) (as Author)

"Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects"              (H/C2 + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/GC/S/abT)              "Herbert Spencer's writing"
"Everyman's Library"              (H/C2 + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/GC/S/abT)/Ch              "Herbert Spencer's writing"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "Lysistrata"

"Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects"              (Lys/C2 + istrata/GC/S/abT)              Lysistrata

•  Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I (English) (as Author)

"Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, V o l. I"              (H/P + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/T)              "Herbert Spencer's writing"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "Peace"

"Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, V o l. I"                (P/P + eace/T)               Peace

•  John Stuart Mill; His Life and Works
Twelve Sketches by Herbert Spencer, Henry Fawcett, Frederic Harrison, and Other Distinguished Authors (English) (as Contributor)

"John Stuart Mill; His Life and Works"              (H/P + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/GC/S/abT)              "Herbert Spencer's writing"
"Twelve Sketches by Herbert Spencer, Henry Fawcett, Frederic Harrison, and Other Distinguished Authors"              (H/P + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/GC/S/abT)/Ch              "Herbert Spencer's writing"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "Lysistrata"

"John Stuart Mill; His Life and Works"              (Lys/P + istrata/GC/S/abT)              Lysistrata

•  The Philosophy of Style (English) (as Author)

"Philosophy of Style"              (H/T + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/C2)              "Herbert Spencer's writing"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "Clouds"

"Philosophy of Style"                              (Cl/T + ouds/C2)                           Clouds

•  The Right To Ignore The State (English) (as Author)

"Right To Ignore State"              (H/S + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/C2)              "Herbert Spencer's writing"

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/a#a965 ,    
Aristophanes' "The Birds"

"Right To Ignore State"                               (B/S + irds/C2)                          Birds



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between      Herbert Spencer's  "The Philosophy of Style"  and     Aristophanes' "Clouds"

http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext04/phil10h.htm ,    
The Philosophy of Style

PART I.

CAUSES OF FORCE IN LANGUAGE WHICH DEPEND UPON
ECONOMY OF THE MENTAL ENERGIES.

i. The Principle of Economy.

1.   Commenting on the seeming incongruity between his father's argumentative powers and his ignorance of formal logic, Tristram Shandy says: It was a matter of just wonder with my worthy tutor, and two or three fellows of that learned society, that a man who knew not so much as the names of his tools, should be able to work after that fashion with them. Sterne's intended implication that a knowledge of the principles of reasoning neither makes, nor is essential to, a good reasoner, is doubtless true. Thus, too, is it with grammar. As Dr. Latham, ~ ~

"Philosophy of Style"              (H/T + "-erbert Spencer's writing"/C2)              "Herbert Spencer's writing"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2562/2562-h/2562-h.htm ,  
Aristophanes' "Clouds"

"Philosophy of Style"                              (Cl/T + ouds/C2)                           Clouds


1.
"PART i"                                     (Sc/T + ene/C2)                                  Scene

2. <The> interior of <a> sleeping --- CAUSES OF FORCE IN LANGUAGE WHICH DEPEND UPON ECONOMY OF <THE> MENTAL ENERGIES

"CAUSES OF FORCE IN LANGUAGE WHICH DEPEND UPON ECONOMY OF MENTAL ENERGIES"                   ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "interior of sleeping"/C2)                  "interior of sleeping"

3.
"i"                                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + apartment/C2)                         apartment

4.                    <The> Principle of Economy

"Principle of Economy"                       (Str/T + epsiade/C2)                       Strepsiades

5.
"1/one"                                    (Ph/T + idippides/C2)                         Phidippides

6. Commenting on <the> seeming incongruity between his father's argumentative powers and his ignorance of formal logic

"Commenting on seeming incongruity between his father's argumentative powers and his ignorance of formal logic"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and two servants are in their beds"/C2)                  "and two servants are in their beds"

7.                     <a> small house is seen at <a> distance

"Tristram Shandy says"                   (sm/T + "-all house is seen at distance"/C2)                  "small house is seen at distance"

8.                     It was <a> matter of just wonder with my worthy tutor

"It was matter of just wonder with my worthy tutor"                   (T/T + ime/C2)                  Time

9.
"and two or three fellows of that learned society"                   (m/T + idnight/C2)                  midnight

10.                  that <a> man who knew not so much as <the> names of his tools

"that man who knew not so much as names of his tools"                   (Str/T + "-epsiades sitting up in his bed"/C2)                  "Strepsiades sitting up in his bed"

11.
"should be able to work after that fashion with them"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "Ah me! Ah me! O King Jupiter"/C2)                  "Ah me! Ah me! O King Jupiter"

12. of what <a> terrible length <the> nights are --- Sterne's intended implication that <a> knowledge of <the> principles of reasoning neither makes

"Sterne's intended implication that knowledge of principles of reasoning neither makes"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "of what terrible length nights are"/C2)                "of what terrible length nights are"

13.
"nor is essential to"                 (W/T + "-ill it never be day"/C2)                "Will it never be day"

14.                     And yet long since I heard <the> cock --- <a> good reasoner

"good reasoner"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "And yet long since I heard cock"/C2)                "And yet long since I heard cock"

15.
"is doubtless true"                 ("My d"/T + "-omestics are snoring"/C2)                 "My domestics are snoring"

16.
Thus                 (b/T + "-ut they would not have done so heretofore"/C2)                 "but they would not have done so heretofore"

17.
too                      (M/T + "-ay you perish then"/C2)                    "May you perish then"

18.
"is it with grammar"                       ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "O war"/C2)                      "O war"

19.
"As D r"                     (F/T + "-or many reasons"/C2)                     "For many reasons"

20.
Latham                   (b/T + "-ecause I may not even punish my domestics"/C2)                  "because I may not even punish my domestics"

Et cetera.



Charles Darwin
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Charles+Darwin ,    

*               ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P

>>                    Charles Robert Darwin, Darwin

*            ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  Darwin /GC/S/abT  >>  "Charles Robert Darwin" /P

Born                      12 February 1809        Mount House, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Died                19 April 1882 (aged 73)                Down House, Downe, Kent, England

"1809"                   (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                  "Charles Darwin"
February                  (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                 "Charles Darwin"
"12"                    (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                  "Charles Darwin"
"Mount House, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England"                 (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin"

"1882"                        (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin"/C2)/+bp                    "Charles Darwin"
April                          (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin"/C2)/+cp                    "Charles Darwin"
"19"                       (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin"/C2)/Ch/+bp                    "Charles Darwin"
"Down House, Downe, Kent, England"              (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin"/C2)/Ch/+cp              "Charles Darwin"


http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/d#a485 ,  
•  The Autobiography of Charles Darwin (English) (as Author)
•  Coral Reefs (English) (as Author)
•  Coral Reefs — Complete (English) (as Author)
•  De l'origine des espèces (French) (as Author)

"Autobiography of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Coral Reefs"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Coral Reefs — Complete"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"De origine des espèces"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/C1)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

http://www.william-shakespeare.info/act1-script-text-the-tempest.htm ,  
William Shakespeare's "The Tempest"

"Autobiography of Charles Darwin"                 (T/T + empest/C2)/+bp                 Tempest
"Coral Reefs"                              (T/T + empest/C2)/+cp                          Tempest
"Coral Reefs — Complete"                   (T/T + empest/C2)/Ch/+bp                    Tempest
"De origine des espèces"                     (T/T + empest/C1)/Ch/+cp                   Tempest

•  De Reis om de Wereld (Dutch) (as Author)
•  The Descent of Man (English) (as Author)
•  The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, Vol. I (English) (as Author)
•  The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex
Volume II (1st Edition) (English) (as Author)

"Reis om Wereld"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Descent of Man"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, V o l. I"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex Volume I I (1st Edition)"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Reis om Wereld"                           (T/P + empest/C2)/+bp                        Tempest
"Descent of Man"                           (T/P + empest/C2)/+cp                        Tempest
"Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, V o l. I"               (T/P + empest/C2)/Ch/+bp                Tempest
"Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex Volume I I (1st Edition)"               (T/P + empest/C2)/Ch/+cp                Tempest

•  The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species (English) (as Author)
•  Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom (English) (as Author)
•  The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (English) (as Author)
•  The Foundations of the Origin of Species
Two Essays written in 1842 and 1844 (English) (as Author)

"Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of Same Species"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in Vegetable Kingdom"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Foundations of Origin of Species"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Two Essays written in 1842 and 1844"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C1)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of Same Species"               (T/GC/S/abT + empest/C2)/+bp                Tempest
"Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in Vegetable Kingdom"               (T/GC/S/abT + empest/C2)/+cp                Tempest
"Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals"               (T/GC/S/abT + empest/C2)/Ch/+bp                Tempest
"Foundations of Origin of Species"               (T/GC/S/abT + empest/C2)/Ch/+cp                Tempest

•  Geological Observations on South America (English) (as Author)
•  Geologische Beobachtungen über die Vulcanischen Inseln
Mit kurzen Bemerkungen über die Geologie von Australien und dem Cap der guten Hoffnung (German) (as Author)
•  Insectivorous Plants (English) (as Author)
•  Life and Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1 (English) (as Author)

"Geological Observations on South America"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Geologische Beobachtungen über Vulcanischen Inseln"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Mit kurzen Bemerkungen über Geologie von Australien und Cap der guten Hoffnung"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C1)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Insectivorous Plants"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Life and Letters of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volume 1"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C1)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Geological Observations on South America"               (T/S + empest/C2)/+bp                Tempest
"Geologische Beobachtungen über Vulcanischen Inseln"               (T/S + empest/C2)/+cp                Tempest
"Insectivorous Plants"                     (T/S + empest/C2)/Ch/+bp                      Tempest
"Life and Letters of Charles Darwin"               (T/S + empest/C2)/Ch/+cp                Tempest

•  Life and Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2 (English) (as Author)
•  A Monograph on the Sub-class Cirripedia
With Figures of all the Species. (English) (as Author)
•  More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1 (English) (as Author)
•  More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2 (English) (as Author)

"Life and Letters of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volume 2"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Monograph on Sub-class Cirripedia"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"With Figures of all Species"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"More Letters of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volume 1"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"More Letters of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volume 2"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Life and Letters of Charles Darwin"                (T/C2 + empest/T)/+bp                 Tempest
"Monograph on Sub-class Cirripedia"               (T/C2 + empest/T)/+cp                 Tempest
"More Letters of Charles Darwin"               (T/C2 + empest/T)/Ch/+bp                 Tempest
"More Letters of Charles Darwin"               (T/C2 + empest/T)/Ch/+cp                 Tempest

•  The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants (English) (as Author)
•  Note on the Resemblances and Differences in the Structure and the Development of the Brain in Man and Apes (English) (as Author)
•  Observations Géologiques sur les Îles Volcaniques (French) (as Author)
•  On the Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection, or, the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life (English) (as Author)


"Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Note on Resemblances and Differences in Structure and Development of Brain in Man and Apes"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Observations Géologiques sur Îles Volcaniques"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"On Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Preservation of Favoured Races in Struggle for Life"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants"               (T/C2 + empest/P)/+bp                Tempest
"Note on Resemblances and Differences in Structure and Development of Brain in Man and Apes"               (T/C2 + empest/P)/+cp                Tempest
"Observations Géologiques sur Îles Volcaniques"               (T/C2 + empest/P)/Ch/+bp                Tempest
"On Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection"               (T/C1 + empest/P)/Ch/+cp                Tempest

•  On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection
or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. (2nd edition) (English) (as Author)
•  The Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, 6th Edition (English) (as Author)
•  The Power of Movement in Plants (English) (as Author)
•  The formation of vegetable mould through the action of worms, with observations on their habits (English) (as Author)

"On Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Preservation of Favoured Races in Struggle for Life. (2nd edition)"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, 6th Edition"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Power of Movement in Plants"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"formation of vegetable mould through action of worms, with observations on their habits"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"On Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection"               (T/C1 + empest/GC/S/abT)/+bp                Tempest
"Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, 6th Edition"               (T/C2 + empest/GC/S/abT)/+cp                Tempest
"Power of Movement in Plants"               (T/C2 + empest/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                Tempest
"formation of vegetable mould through action of worms, with observations on their habits"               (T/C2 + empest/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                Tempest

•  Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication (English) (as Author)
•  The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I. (English) (as Author)
•  The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 1 (English) (as Author)
•  The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 2 (English) (as Author)

"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, V o l. i"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 1"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 2"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication"               (T/C2 + empest/S)/+bp                Tempest
"Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, V o l. i"               (T/C2 + empest/S)/+cp                Tempest
"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 1"               (T/C2 + empest/S)/Ch/+bp                Tempest
"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 2"               (T/C2 + empest/S)/Ch/+cp                Tempest

•  The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume II (of 2) (English) (as Author)
•  Volcanic Islands (English) (as Author)
•  The Voyage of the Beagle (English) (as Author)
•  The Voyage of the Beagle (English) (as Author)

"Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume i i (of 2)"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volcanic Islands"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Voyage of Beagle"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Voyage of Beagle"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume i i (of 2)"               (T/P + empest/T)                Tempest
"Volcanic Islands"                            (T/P + empest/S)                            Tempest
"Voyage of Beagle"                           (T/T + empest/P)                            Tempest
"Voyage of Beagle"                           (T/T + empest/S)                            Tempest



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Autobiography of Charles Darwin"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.william-shakespeare.info/act1-script-text-the-tempest.htm ,  
The Tempest

ACT I
SCENE I. On a ship at sea: a tempestuous noise
of thunder and lightning heard.

Enter a Master and a Boatswain

Master
Boatswain!

Boatswain
Here, master: what cheer?

Master
Good, speak to the mariners: fall to't, yarely,
or we run ourselves aground: bestir, bestir.

Exit

Enter Mariners

Boatswain
Heigh, my hearts! cheerly, cheerly, my hearts!
yare, yare! Take in the topsail. Tend to the
master's whistle. Blow, till thou burst thy wind,
if room enough!

Enter ALONSO, SEBASTIAN, ANTONIO, FERDINAND, GONZALO, and others

ALONSO
Good boatswain, ~ ~


http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2010/2010-h/2010-h.htm ,    
The Autobiography of Charles Darwin

CAMBRIDGE 1828-1831.

After having spent two sessions in Edinburgh, my father perceived, or he heard from my sisters, that I did not like the thought of being a physician, so he proposed that I should become a clergyman. He was very properly vehement against my turning into an idle sporting man, which then seemed my probable destination. I asked for some time to consider, as from what little I had heard or thought on the subject I had scruples about declaring my belief in all the dogmas of the Church of England; though otherwise I liked the thought of being a country clergyman. Accordingly I read with care 'Pearson on the Creed,' and a few other books on divinity; and as I did not then in the least doubt the strict and literal truth of every word in the Bible, I soon persuaded myself that our Creed must be fully accepted.

Considering how fiercely I have been attacked by the orthodox, it seems ludicrous that I once intended to be a clergyman. Nor was this intention and my father's wish ever formerly given up, but died a natural death when, on leaving Cambridge, I joined the "Beagle" as naturalist. If the phrenologists are to be trusted, I was well fitted in one respect to be a clergyman. A few years ago the secretaries of a German psychological society asked me earnestly by letter for a photograph of myself; and some time afterwards I received the proceedings of one of the meetings, in which it seemed that the shape of my head had been the subject of a public discussion, and one of the speakers declared that I had the bump of reverence developed enough for ten priests.

As it was decided that I should be a clergyman, ~ ~


"Autobiography of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Autobiography of Charles Darwin"                 (T/T + empest/C2)/+bp                 Tempest


1.
"CAMBRIDGE 1828"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "act i scene i"/C2)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.          On <a> ship at sea

"1831"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "On ship at sea"/C2)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"After having spent two sessions in Edinburgh"                (t/T + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"my father perceived"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"or he heard from my sisters"                (B/T + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/+bp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.            that I did not like <the> thought of being <a> physician

"that I did not like thought of being physician"                (m/T + aster/C2)/+bp                master

7.              so he proposed that I should become <a> clergyman

"so he proposed that I should become clergyman"                (wh/T + "-at cheer"/C2)/+bp                 "what cheer"

8.              He was very properly vehement against my turning into <an> idle sporting man

"He was very properly vehement against my turning into idle sporting man"                (M/T + "-aster Good"/C2)/+bp                 "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"which then seemed my probable destination"                (sp/T + "-eak to mariners"/C2)/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"I asked for some time to consider"                (f/T + "-all to't"/C2)/+bp                 "fall to't"

11. as from what little I had heard or thought on <the> subject I had scruples about declaring my belief in all <the> dogmas of <the> Church of England

"as from what little I had heard or thought on subject I had scruples about declaring my belief in all dogmas of Church of England"                (y/T + arely/C2)/+bp                 yarely

12.              though otherwise I liked <the> thought of being <a> country clergyman

"though otherwise I liked thought of being country clergyman"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"Accordingly I read with care"                     (b/T + estir/C2)/+bp                       bestir

14.                     Pearson on <the> Creed

"Pearson on Creed"                          (b/T + estir/C1)/+bp                             bestir

15.                    and <a> few other books on divinity

"and few other books on divinity"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.    and as I did not then in <the> least doubt the strict and literal truth of every word in <the> Bible

"and as I did not then in least doubt strict and literal truth of every word in Bible"                ("my h-"/T + earts/C2)/+bp                 "my hearts"

17.
"I soon persuaded myself that our Creed must be fully accepted"                (ch/T + eerly/C2)/+bp                 cheerly

18.                  Considering how fiercely I have been attacked by <the> orthodox

"Considering how fiercely I have been attacked by orthodox"                (ch/T + eerly/C1)/+bp                 cheerly

19.                 it seems ludicrous that I once intended to be <a> clergyman

"it seems ludicrous that I once intended to be clergyman"                ("my h-"/T + earts/C1)/+bp                 "my hearts"

20.
"Nor was this intention and my father's wish ever formerly given up"                (y/T + are/C2)/+bp                 yare

21.                      but died <a> natural death when

"but died natural death when"                     (y/T + are/C1)/+bp                      yare

22.                       Take in <the> topsail

"Take in topsail"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                   Tend to <the> master's whistle --- I joined <the>

"I joined"                (T/T + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
Beagle                                     (Bl/T + ow/C2)/+bp                                Blow

25.
"as naturalist"                (t/T + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                 If <the> phrenologists are to be trusted

"If phrenologists are to be trusted"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "if room enough"/C2)/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.                 I was well fitted in one respect to be <a> clergyman

"I was well fitted in one respect to be clergyman"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28. <A> few years ago <the> secretaries of <a> German psychological society asked me earnestly by letter for <a> photograph of myself

"few years ago secretaries of German psychological society asked me earnestly by letter for photograph of myself"                (S/T + EBASTIAN/C2)/+bp                 SEBASTIAN

29.              and some time afterwards I received <the> proceedings of one of <the> meetings

"and some time afterwards I received proceedings of one of meetings"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + ANTONIO/C2)/+bp                 ANTONIO

30.       in which it seemed that <the> shape of my head had been <the> subject of <a> public discussion

"in which it seemed that shape of my head had been subject of public discussion"                (F/T + ERDINAND/C2)/+bp                 FERDINAND

31. and one of <the> speakers declared that I had <the> bump of reverence developed enough for ten priests

"and one of speakers declared that I had bump of reverence developed enough for ten priests"                (G/T + ONZALO/C2)/+bp                 GONZALO

32.               As it was decided that I should be <a> clergyman

"As it was decided that I should be clergyman"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Coral Reefs"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2690/pg2690.html ,    
Coral Reefs

INTRODUCTION.

The object of this volume is to describe from my own observation and the works of others, the principal kinds of coral-reefs, more especially those occurring in the open ocean, and to explain the origin of their peculiar forms. I do not here treat of the polypifers, which construct these vast works, except so far as relates to their distribution, and to the conditions favourable to their vigorous growth. Without any distinct intention to classify coral-reefs, most voyagers have spoken of them under the following heads: "lagoon-islands," or "atolls," "barrier" or "encircling reefs," and "fringing" or "shore-reefs." The lagoon-islands have received much the most attention; and it is not surprising, for every one must be struck with astonishment, when he first beholds one of these vast rings of coral-rock, ~ ~


"Coral Reefs"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Coral Reefs"                              (T/T + empest/C2)/+cp                          Tempest


1.
INTRODUCTION                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "act i scene i"/C2)/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                     On <a> ship at sea --- <the> principal kinds of coral

"principal kinds of coral"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "On ship at sea"/C2)/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

reefs                (t/T + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"my father perceived"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                   more especially those occurring in <the> open ocean

"more especially those occurring in open ocean"                (B/T + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.                and to explain <the> origin of their peculiar forms

"and to explain origin of their peculiar forms"                (m/T + aster/C2)/+cp                master

7.                I do not here treat of <the> polypifers

"I do not here treat of polypifers"                (wh/T + "-at cheer"/C2)/+cp                 "what cheer"

8.              He was very properly vehement against my turning into <an> idle sporting man

"He was very properly vehement against my turning into idle sporting man"                (M/T + "-aster Good"/C2)/+cp                 "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"which construct these vast works"                (sp/T + "-eak to mariners"/C2)/+cp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"except so far as relates to their distribution"                (f/T + "-all to't"/C2)/+cp                 "fall to't"

11.                and to <the> conditions favourable to their vigorous growth

"and to conditions favourable to their vigorous growth"                (y/T + arely/C2)/+cp                 yarely

12.
"Without any distinct intention to classify coral"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
reefs                                   (b/T + estir/C2)/+cp                                   bestir

14.                  most voyagers have spoken of them under <the> following heads

"most voyagers have spoken of them under following heads"                  (b/T + estir/C1)/+cp                   bestir

15.
lagoon                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
islands                            ("my h-"/T + earts/C2)/+cp                          "my hearts"

17.
or                                  (ch/T + eerly/C2)/+cp                                   cheerly

18.
atolls                               (ch/T + eerly/C1)/+cp                                   cheerly

19.
barrier                            ("my h-"/T + earts/C1)/+cp                          "my hearts"

20.
or                                      (y/T + are/C2)/+cp                                    yare

21.
"encircling reefs"                           (y/T + are/C1)/+cp                                yare

22.
and                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/+cp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                   Tend to <the> master's whistle --- I joined <the>

fringing                (T/T + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/+cp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
or                                         (Bl/T + ow/C2)/+cp                                 Blow

25.
shore                (t/T + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/+cp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.
reefs                  ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "if room enough"/C2)/+cp                   "if room enough"

27.                               <The> lagoon

lagoon                  ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/+cp                   "Enter ALONSO"

28.                      islands have received much <the> most attention

"islands have received much most attention"                (S/T + EBASTIAN/C2)/+cp                 SEBASTIAN

29.
"and it is not surprising"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + ANTONIO/C2)/+cp                 ANTONIO

30.
"for every one must be struck with astonishment"                (F/T + ERDINAND/C2)/+cp                 FERDINAND

31.
"when he first beholds one of these vast rings of coral"                (G/T + ONZALO/C2)/+cp                 GONZALO

32.
rock                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/+cp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Coral Reefs — Complete"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/4022 ,  
http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/4022.html#download ,    
Coral Reefs — Complete

INTRODUCTION
The object of this volume is to describe from my own observation and the works of others, the principal kinds of coral-reefs, more especially those occurring in the open ocean, and to explain the origin of their peculiar forms. I do not here treat of the polypifers, which construct these vast works, except so far as relates to their distribution, and to the conditions favourable to their vigorous growth. Without any distinct intention to classify coral-reefs, most voyagers have spoken of them under the following heads: "lagoon-islands," or "atolls," "barrier" or "encircling reefs," and "fringing" or "shore-reefs." The lagoon- islands have received much the most attention; and it is not surprising, for every one must be struck with astonishment, when he first beholds one of these vast rings of coral-rock, often many leagues in diameter, ~ ~


"Coral Reefs — Complete"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Coral Reefs — Complete"                   (T/T + empest/C2)/Ch/+bp                    Tempest


1. INTRODUCTION <The> object of this volume is to describe from my own observation and <the> works of others

"INTRODUCTION object of this volume is to describe from my own observation and works of others"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "act i scene i"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                On <a> ship at sea --- <the> principal kinds of coral

"principal kinds of coral"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "On ship at sea"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

reefs               (t/T + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- more especially those occurring in <the> open ocean

"more especially those occurring in open ocean"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"or he heard from my sisters"                (B/T + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.                   and to explain <the> origin of their peculiar forms

"and to explain origin of their peculiar forms"                (m/T + aster/C2)/Ch/+bp                master

7.                  I do not here treat of <the> polypifers

"I do not here treat of polypifers"                (wh/T + "-at cheer"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "what cheer"

8.
"which construct these vast works"                (M/T + "-aster Good"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"except so far as relates to their distribution"                (sp/T + "-eak to mariners"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.                and to <the> conditions favourable to their vigorous growth

"and to conditions favourable to their vigorous growth"                (f/T + "-all to't"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "fall to't"

11.
"Without any distinct intention to classify coral"                (y/T + arely/C2)/Ch/+bp                 yarely

12.
reefs                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                most voyagers have spoken of them under <the> following heads

"most voyagers have spoken of them under following heads"                     (b/T + estir/C2)/Ch/+bp                       bestir

14.
lagoon                              (b/T + estir/C1)/Ch/+bp                                  bestir

15.
islands                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
or                              ("my h-"/T + earts/C2)/Ch/+bp                         "my hearts"

17.
atolls                               (ch/T + eerly/C2)/Ch/+bp                              cheerly

18.
barrier                               (ch/T + eerly/C1)/Ch/+bp                             cheerly

19.
or                              ("my h-"/T + earts/C1)/Ch/+bp                         "my hearts"

20.
"encircling reefs"                          (y/T + are/C2)/Ch/+bp                              yare

21.
and                                   (y/T + are/C1)/Ch/+bp                                  yare

22.
fringing                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                   Tend to <the> master's whistle

or                 (T/T + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
shore                                   (Bl/T + ow/C2)/Ch/+bp                                Blow

25.
reefs                (t/T + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                 <The> lagoon

lagoon                 ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "if room enough"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.                   islands have received much <the> most attention

"islands have received much most attention"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"and it is not surprising"                (S/T + EBASTIAN/C2)/Ch/+bp                 SEBASTIAN

29.
"for every one must be struck with astonishment"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + ANTONIO/C2)/Ch/+bp                 ANTONIO

30.
"when he first beholds one of these vast rings of coral"                (F/T + ERDINAND/C2)/Ch/+bp                 FERDINAND

31.
rock                                  (G/T + ONZALO/C2)/Ch/+bp                       GONZALO

32.
"often many leagues in diameter"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "De l'origine des espèces"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/14158/pg14158.html ,    
De l'origine des espèces

NOTICE HISTORIQUE SUR LES PROGRÈS DE L'OPINION RELATIVE À L'ORIGINE DES ESPÈCES AVANT LA PUBLICATION DE LA PREMIÈRE ÉDITION ANGLAISE DU PRÉSENT OUVRAGE.

Je me propose de passer brièvement en revue les progrès de l'opinion relativement à l'origine des espèces. Jusque tout récemment, la plupart des naturalistes croyaient que les espèces sont des productions immuables créées séparément. De nombreux savants ont habilement soutenu cette hypothèse. Quelques autres, au contraire, ont admis que les espèces éprouvent des modifications et que les formes actuelles descendent de formes préexistantes par voie de génération régulière. Si on laisse de côté les allusions qu'on trouve à cet égard dans les auteurs de l'antiquité, [Aristote, dans ses Physicoe Auscultationes (lib. II, cap. VIII, § 2), après avoir remarqué que la pluie ne tombe pas plus pour faire croître le blé qu'elle ne tombe pour l'avarier lorsque le fermier le bat en plein air, applique le même argument aux organismes et ajoute (M. Clair Grece m'a le premier signalé ce passage): «Pourquoi les différentes parties (du corps) n'auraient- elles pas dans la nature ces rapports purement accidentels? Les dents, par exemple, croissent nécessairement tranchantes sur le devant de la bouche, pour diviser les aliments les molaires plates servent à mastiquer; pourtant elles n'ont pas été faites dans ce but, et cette forme est le résultat d'un accident. Il en est de même pour les autres parties qui paraissent adaptées à un but. Partout donc, ~ ~


"De origine des espèces"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/C1)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"De origine des espèces"                     (T/T + empest/C1)/Ch/+cp                   Tempest


1. NOTICE HISTORIQUE SUR <LES> PROGRÈS DE <L'>OPINION RELATIVE À <L'>ORIGINE DES ESPÈCES AVANT <LA> PUBLICATION DE <LA> PREMIÈRE ÉDITION ANGLAISE DU PRÉSENT OUVRAGE

"NOTICE HISTORIQUE SUR PROGRÈS DE OPINION RELATIVE À ORIGINE DES ESPÈCES AVANT PUBLICATION DE PREMIÈRE ÉDITION ANGLAISE DU PRÉSENT OUVRAGE"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "act i scene i"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2. On <a> ship at sea --- Je me propose de passer brièvement en revue <les> progrès de <l'>opinion relativement à <l'>origine des espèces

"Je me propose de passer brièvement en revue progrès de opinion relativement à origine des espèces"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "On ship at sea"/C2)/Ch/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"Jusque tout récemment"               (t/T + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- <la> plupart des naturalistes croyaient que <les> espèces sont des productions immuables créées séparément

"plupart des naturalistes croyaient que espèces sont des productions immuables créées séparément"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"De nombreux savants ont habilement soutenu cette hypothèse"                (B/T + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.
"Quelques autres"                         (m/T + aster/C2)/Ch/+cp                         master

7.
"au contraire"                     (wh/T + "-at cheer"/C2)/Ch/+cp                    "what cheer"

8. ont admis que <les> espèces éprouvent des modifications et que <les> formes actuelles descendent de formes préexistantes par voie de génération régulière

"ont admis que espèces éprouvent des modifications et que formes actuelles descendent de formes préexistantes par voie de génération régulière"                (M/T + "-aster Good"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners --- Si on laisse de côté <les> allusions qu'on trouve à cet égard dans <les> auteurs de <l'>antiquité

"Si on laisse de côté allusions qu'on trouve à cet égard dans auteurs de antiquité"                (sp/T + "-eak to mariners"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
Aristote                             (f/T + "-all to't"/C2)/Ch/+cp                          "fall to't"

11.
"dans ses Physicoe Auscultationes"                (y/T + arely/C2)/Ch/+cp                 yarely

12.
"l i b"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"i i"                                  (b/T + estir/C2)/Ch/+cp                                 bestir

14.
"c a p"                              (b/T + estir/C1)/Ch/+cp                                  bestir

15.
"v i i i"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"§ 2"                            ("my h-"/T + earts/C2)/Ch/+cp                       "my hearts"

17. après avoir remarqué que <la> pluie ne tombe pas plus pour faire croître <le> blé qu'elle ne tombe pour <l'>avarier lorsque <le> fermier <le> bat en plein air

"après avoir remarqué que pluie ne tombe pas plus pour faire croître blé qu'elle ne tombe pour avarier lorsque fermier bat en plein air"                  (ch/T + eerly/C2)/Ch/+cp                 cheerly

18.                   applique <le> même argument aux organismes et ajoute

"applique même argument aux organismes et ajoute"                  (ch/T + eerly/C1)/Ch/+cp                 cheerly

19.
M                               ("my h-"/T + earts/C1)/Ch/+cp                         "my hearts"

20.                  Clair Grece m'a <le> premier signalé ce passage

"Clair Grece m'a premier signalé ce passage"                  (y/T + are/C2)/Ch/+cp                 yare

21.                     Pourquoi les différentes parties

"Pourquoi différentes parties"                      (y/T + are/C1)/Ch/+cp                      yare

22.
"du corps"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                   Tend to <the> master's whistle

n'auraient                 (T/T + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.                   elles pas dans <la> nature ces rapports purement accidentels

"elles pas dans nature ces rapports purement accidentels"                  (Bl/T + ow/C2)/Ch/+cp                  Blow

25.                       <Les> dents

dents                (t/T + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.
"par exemple"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "if room enough"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "if room enough"

27.               croissent nécessairement tranchantes sur <le> devant de <la> bouche

"croissent nécessairement tranchantes sur devant de bouche"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.           pour diviser <les> aliments <les> molaires plates servent à mastiquer

"pour diviser aliments molaires plates servent à mastiquer"                (S/T + EBASTIAN/C2)/Ch/+cp                 SEBASTIAN

29.
"pourtant elles n'ont pas été faites dans ce but"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + ANTONIO/C2)/Ch/+cp                 ANTONIO

30.                  et cette forme est <le> résultat d'un accident
"et cette forme est résultat d'un accident"                (F/T + ERDINAND/C2)/Ch/+cp                 FERDINAND

31.             Il en est de même pour <les> autres parties qui paraissent adaptées à un but

"Il en est de même pour autres parties qui paraissent adaptées à un but"                   (G/T + ONZALO/C2)/Ch/+cp                GONZALO

32.
"Partout donc"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "De Reis om de Wereld"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/33764/33764-h/33764-h.htm ,  
De Reis om de Wereld

Hoofdstuk I.
St.-Jago. De Kaap-Verdische Eilanden.

Na tweemaal door hevige stormen uit het zuidwesten te zijn teruggedreven, zeilde H. M. Beagle, een brik van tien kanonnen onder bevel van Kapitein Fitz-Roy der Koninklijke Marine, op 27 December 1831 uit Devonport.

Het doel der expeditie was de opmeting van Patagonië en Vuurland (Tierra del Fuego), welke in de jaren 1826–1830 onder Kapitein King begonnen was om de kusten van Chili, Peru en eenige eilanden in den Stillen Oceaan in kaart te brengen, te voltooien en eene reeks van chronometer-waarnemingen om de wereld te volbrengen. Den 6den Januari 1832 bereikten wij Teneriffe, doch konden niet landen doordien de bevolking vreesde, dat wij de cholera medebrachten. Den volgenden morgen zagen wij de zon achter de oneffen kim van het Groote Kanarische Eiland opgaan en plotseling de Piek van Teneriffe verlichten, terwijl de lagere gedeelten in vlokkige wolken gehuld waren. Dit was de eerste van vele verrukkelijke dagen, die onvergetelijk voor mij zullen zijn. Den 16den Januari 1832 ankerden wij te Porto Praya op St.-Jago, het hoofd-eiland van den Kaap-Verdischen Archipel.

De omtrek van Porto Praya, ~ ~


"Reis om Wereld"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Reis om Wereld"                           (T/P + empest/C2)/+bp                        Tempest


1.
"Hoofdstuk I"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "act i scene i"/C2)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.          On <a> ship at sea

"S t"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "On ship at sea"/C2)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

Jago                (t/P + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- <De> Kaap

Kaap                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"Verdische Eilanden"                (B/P + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/+bp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.
"Na tweemaal door hevige stormen uit het zuidwesten te zijn teruggedreven"                (m/P + aster/C2)/+bp                master

7.
"zeilde H"                     (wh/P + "-at cheer"/C2)/+bp                           "what cheer"

8.
M                            (M/P + "-aster Good"/C2)/+bp                          "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

Beagle                   (sp/P + "-eak to mariners"/C2)/+bp                   "speak to mariners"

10.
"een brik van tien kanonnen onder bevel van Kapitein Fitz"             (f/P + "-all to't"/C2)/+bp             "fall to't"

11.
"Roy der Koninklijke Marine"                      (y/P + arely/C2)/+bp                       yarely

12.
"o p 27 December 1831 uit Devonport"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                Het doel der expeditie was <de> opmeting van Patagonië en Vuurland

"Het doel der expeditie was opmeting van Patagonië en Vuurland"                     (b/P + estir/C2)/+bp                       bestir

14.
"Tierra del Fuego"                          (b/P + estir/C1)/+bp                             bestir

15.                      welke in <de> jaren 1826

"welke in jaren 1826"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.              1830 onder Kapitein King begonnen was om <de> kusten van Chili

"1830 onder Kapitein King begonnen was om kusten van Chili"                ("my h-"/P + earts/C2)/+bp                 "my hearts"

17.               Peru en eenige eilanden in <den> Stillen Oceaan in kaart te brengen

"Peru en eenige eilanden in Stillen Oceaan in kaart te brengen"                (ch/P + eerly/C2)/+bp                 cheerly

18.
"te voltooien en eene reeks van chronometer"                (ch/P + eerly/C1)/+bp                 cheerly

19.                 waarnemingen om <de> wereld te volbrengen

"waarnemingen om wereld te volbrengen"                ("my h-"/P + earts/C1)/+bp                 "my hearts"

20.               <Den> 6den Januari 1832 bereikten wij Teneriffe

"6den Januari 1832 bereikten wij Teneriffe"                (y/P + are/C2)/+bp                 yare

21.               doch konden niet landen doordien <de> bevolking vreesde

"doch konden niet landen doordien bevolking vreesde"              (y/P + are/C1)/+bp              yare

22.                  dat wij <de> cholera medebrachten

"dat wij cholera medebrachten"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23. Tend to <the> master's whistle --- <Den> volgenden morgen zagen wij <de> zon achter <de> oneffen kim van het Groote Kanarische Eiland opgaan en plotseling <de> Piek van Teneriffe verlichten

"volgenden morgen zagen wij zon achter oneffen kim van het Groote Kanarische Eiland opgaan en plotseling Piek van Teneriffe verlichten"                (T/P + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.                  terwijl <de> lagere gedeelten in vlokkige wolken gehuld waren

"terwijl lagere gedeelten in vlokkige wolken gehuld waren"                 (Bl/P + ow/C2)/+bp                 Blow

25.                  Dit was <de> eerste van vele verrukkelijke dagen

"Dit was eerste van vele verrukkelijke dagen"                (t/P + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                
"die onvergetelijk voor mij zullen zijn"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "if room enough"/C2)/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.               <Den> 16den Januari 1832 ankerden wij te Porto Praya op St

"16den Januari 1832 ankerden wij te Porto Praya op S t"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
Jago                             (S/P + EBASTIAN/C2)/+bp                           SEBASTIAN

29.
"het hoofd"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/P + ANTONIO/C2)/+bp                         ANTONIO

30.                          eiland van <den> Kaap

"eiland van Kaap"                      (F/P + ERDINAND/C2)/+bp                     FERDINAND

31.
"Verdischen Archipel"                (G/P + ONZALO/C2)/+bp                 GONZALO

32.                             <De> omtrek van Porto Praya

"omtrek van Porto Praya"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Descent of Man"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2300/pg2300.html ,  
The Descent of Man

PART I. THE DESCENT OR ORIGIN OF MAN.
CHAPTER I.
THE EVIDENCE OF THE DESCENT OF MAN FROM SOME LOWER FORM.

Nature of the evidence bearing on the origin of man—Homologous structures in man and the lower animals—Miscellaneous points of correspondence— Development—Rudimentary structures, muscles, sense-organs, hair, bones, reproductive organs, etc.—The bearing of these three great classes of facts on the origin of man.

He who wishes to decide whether man is the modified descendant of some pre- existing form, would probably first enquire whether man varies, however slightly, in bodily structure and in mental faculties; and if so, whether the variations are transmitted to his offspring in accordance with the laws which prevail with the lower animals. Again, are the variations the result, as far as our ignorance permits us to judge, of the same general causes, and are they governed by the same general laws, as in the case of other organisms; for instance, by correlation, ~ ~


"Descent of Man"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Descent of Man"                           (T/P + empest/C2)/+cp                        Tempest


1.
"part i"                     ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "act i scene i"/C2)/+cp                    "act i scene i"

2.          On <a> ship at sea --- <THE> DESCENT OR ORIGIN OF MAN

"DESCENT OR ORIGIN OF MAN"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "On ship at sea"/C2)/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"chapter i"                (t/P + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- <THE> EVIDENCE OF <THE> DESCENT OF MAN FROM SOME LOWER FORM

"EVIDENCE OF DESCENT OF MAN FROM SOME LOWER FORM"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                Nature of <the> evidence bearing on <the> origin of man

"Nature of evidence bearing on origin of man"                (B/P + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.               Homologous structures in man and <the> lower animals

"Homologous structures in man and lower animals"                (m/P + aster/C2)/+cp                master

7.
"Miscellaneous points of correspondence"                     (wh/P + "-at cheer"/C2)/+cp                           "what cheer"

8.
Development                      (M/P + "-aster Good"/C2)/+cp                     "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"Rudimentary structures"               (sp/P + "-eak to mariners"/C2)/+cp                "speak to mariners"

10.
muscles                              (f/P + "-all to't"/C2)/+cp                             "fall to't"

11.
sense                                     (y/P + arely/C2)/+cp                               yarely

12.
organs                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
hair                                   (b/P + estir/C2)/+cp                                   bestir

14.
bones                                 (b/P + estir/C1)/+cp                                   bestir

15.
"reproductive organs"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"e t c"                ("my h-"/P + earts/C2)/+cp                 "my hearts"

17.                 <The> bearing of these three great classes of facts on <the> origin of man

"bearing of these three great classes of facts on origin of man"                (ch/P + eerly/C2)/+cp                 cheerly

18.              He who wishes to decide whether man is <the> modified descendant of some pre

"He who wishes to decide whether man is modified descendant of some pre"                (ch/P + eerly/C1)/+cp                 cheerly

19.
"existing form"                        ("my h-"/P + earts/C1)/+cp                      "my hearts"

20.
"would probably first enquire whether man varies"                (y/P + are/C2)/+cp                 yare

21.
"however slightly"                           (y/P + are/C1)/+cp                              yare

22.
"in bodily structure and in mental faculties"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/+cp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                  Tend to <the> master's whistle

"and if so"                (T/P + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/+cp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24. whether <the> variations are transmitted to his offspring in accordance with <the> laws which prevail with <the> lower animals

"whether variations are transmitted to his offspring in accordance with laws which prevail with lower animals"                 (Bl/P + ow/C2)/+cp                 Blow

25.
Again               (t/P + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/+cp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                     are <the> variations <the> result
  
"are variations result"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "if room enough"/C2)/+cp                 "if room enough"

27.
"as far as our ignorance permits us to judge"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/+cp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.                        of <the> same general causes

"of same general causes"                   (S/P + EBASTIAN/C2)/+cp                  SEBASTIAN

29.                 and are they governed by <the> same general laws

"and are they governed by same general laws"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + ANTONIO/C2)/+cp                 ANTONIO

30.                      as in <the> case of other organisms

"as in case of other organisms"                (F/P + ERDINAND/C2)/+cp                FERDINAND

31.
"for instance"                           (G/P + ONZALO/C2)/+cp                         GONZALO

32.
"by correlation"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/+cp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, Vol. I"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/34967/34967-h/34967-h.htm ,    
The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, Vol. I

THE DESCENT OF MAN;
AND ON
SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX.
INTRODUCTION.

The nature of the following work will be best understood by a brief account of how it came to be written. During many years I collected notes on the origin or descent of man, without any intention of publishing on the subject, but rather with the determination not to publish, as I thought that I should thus only add to the prejudices against my views. It seemed to me sufficient to indicate, in the first edition of my ‘Origin of Species,’ that by this work “light would be thrown on the origin of man and his history;” and this implies that man must be included with other organic beings in any general conclusion respecting his manner of appearance on this earth. Now the case wears a wholly different aspect. When a naturalist like Carl Vogt ventures to say in his address as President of the National Institution of Geneva (1869), “personne, en Europe au moins, n’ose plus soutenir la création indépendante et de toutes pièces, des espèces,” it is manifest that at least a large number of naturalists must admit that species are the modified descendants of other species;2 and this especially holds good with the younger and rising naturalists. The greater number accept the agency of natural selection; though some urge, whether with justice the future must decide, that I have greatly overrated its importance. Of the older and honoured chiefs in natural science, many unfortunately are still opposed to evolution in every form.

In consequence of the views now adopted by most naturalists, and which will ultimately, as in every other case, ~ ~


"Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, V o l. I"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, V o l. I"               (T/P + empest/C2)/Ch/+bp                Tempest


1.                   <THE> DESCENT OF MAN

"DESCENT OF MAN"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "act i scene i"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.
"AND ON SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "On ship at sea"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

INTRODUCTION                (t/P + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- <The> nature of <the> following work will be best understood by <a> brief account of how it came to be written

"nature of following work will be best understood by brief account of how it came to be written"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                During many years I collected notes on <the> origin or descent of man

"During many years I collected notes on origin or descent of man"                (B/P + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.                  without any intention of publishing on <the> subject

"without any intention of publishing on subject"                (m/P + aster/C2)/Ch/+bp                master

7.                  but rather with <the> determination not to publish

"but rather with determination not to publish"                 (wh/P + "-at cheer"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "what cheer"

8.                 as I thought that I should thus only add to <the> prejudices against my views

"as I thought that I should thus only add to prejudices against my views"                 (M/P + "-aster Good"/C2)/Ch/+bp                  "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"It seemed to me sufficient to indicate"                   (sp/P + "-eak to mariners"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "speak to mariners"

10.                    in <the> first edition of my

"in first edition of my"                       (f/P + "-all to't"/C2)/Ch/+bp                  "fall to't"

11.
"Origin of Species"                          (y/P + arely/C2)/Ch/+bp                         yarely

12.
"that by this work"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                light would be thrown on <the> origin of man and his history

"light would be thrown on origin of man and his history"                  (b/P + estir/C2)/Ch/+bp                   bestir

14.
"and this implies that man must be included with other organic beings in any general conclusion respecting his manner of appearance on this earth"                (b/P + estir/C1)/Ch/+bp               bestir

15.                Now <the> case wears <a> wholly different aspect

"Now case wears wholly different aspect"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16. When <a> naturalist like Carl Vogt ventures to say in his address as President of <the> National Institution of Geneva

"When naturalist like Carl Vogt ventures to say in his address as President of National Institution of Geneva"                ("my h-"/P + earts/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "my hearts"

17.
"1869"                               (ch/P + eerly/C2)/Ch/+bp                              cheerly

18.
personne                             (ch/P + eerly/C1)/Ch/+bp                             cheerly

19.
"en Europe au moins"                  ("my h-"/P + earts/C1)/Ch/+bp                 "my hearts"

20.                n’ose plus soutenir <la> création indépendante et de toutes pièces

"n’ose plus soutenir création indépendante et de toutes pièces"                (y/P + are/C2)/Ch/+bp                 yare

21.
"des espèces"                           (y/P + are/C1)/Ch/+bp                               yare

22. it is manifest that at least <a> large number of naturalists must admit that species are <the> modified descendants of other species

"it is manifest that at least large number of naturalists must admit that species are modified descendants of other species"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23. Tend to <the> master's whistle --- 2 and this especially holds good with <the> younger and rising naturalists

"2 and this especially holds good with the younger and rising naturalists"                (T/P + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.                    <The> greater number accept <the> agency of natural selection

"greater number accept agency of natural selection"                 (Bl/P + ow/C2)/Ch/+bp                 Blow

25.
"though some urge"                (t/P + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                whether with justice <the> future must decide

"whether with justice future must decide"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "if room enough"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.
"that I have greatly overrated its importance"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.                    Of <the> older and honoured chiefs in natural science

"Of older and honoured chiefs in natural science"                 (S/P + EBASTIAN/C2)/Ch/+bp                SEBASTIAN

29.
"many unfortunately are still opposed to evolution in every form"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + ANTONIO/C2)/Ch/+bp                  ANTONIO

30.                    In consequence of <the> views now adopted by most naturalists

"In consequence of views now adopted by most naturalists"                    (F/P + ERDINAND/C2)/Ch/+bp                   FERDINAND

31.
"and which will ultimately"                 (G/P + ONZALO/C2)/Ch/+bp                  GONZALO

32.
"as in every other case"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex Volume II (1st Edition)"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/36520/36520-h/36520-h.htm ,    
The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex
Volume II (1st Edition)

SEXUAL SELECTION.
CHAPTER XII.
Secondary Sexual Characters of Fishes, Amphibians, and Reptiles.

Fishes: Courtship and battles of the males—Larger size of the females—Males, bright colours and ornamental appendages; other strange characters—Colours and appendages acquired by the males during the breeding-season alone—Fishes with both sexes brilliantly coloured—Protective colours—The less conspicuous colours of the female cannot be accounted for on the principle of protection—Male fishes building nests, and taking charge of the ova and young. Amphibians: Differences in structure and colour between the sexes—Vocal organs. Reptiles: Chelonians—Crocodiles—Snakes, colours in some cases protective—Lizards, battles of—Ornamental appendages— Strange differences in structure between the sexes—Colours—Sexual differences almost as great as with birds. ~ ~


"Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex Volume I I (1st Edition)"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex Volume I I (1st Edition)"               (T/P + empest/C2)/Ch/+cp                Tempest


1.
"SEXUAL SELECTION"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "act i scene i"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.
"chapter x i i"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "On ship at sea"/C2)/Ch/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3.                     <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"Secondary Sexual Characters of Fishes"                (t/P + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                   Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

Amphibians                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"and Reptiles"                (B/P + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.
Fishes                                (m/P + aster/C2)/Ch/+cp                            master

7.                               Courtship and battles of <the> males

"Courtship and battles of males"                 (wh/P + "-at cheer"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "what cheer"

8.                            Larger size of <the> females

"Larger size of females"                 (M/P + "-aster Good"/C2)/Ch/+cp                  "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

Males                  (sp/P + "-eak to mariners"/C2)/Ch/+cp                  "speak to mariners"

10.
"bright colours and ornamental appendages"                    (f/P + "-all to't"/C2)/Ch/+cp                  "fall to't"

11.
"other strange characters"                     (y/P + arely/C2)/Ch/+cp                      yarely

12.                Colours and appendages acquired by <the> males during <the> breeding

"Colours and appendages acquired by males during breeding"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"season alone"                            (b/P + estir/C2)/Ch/+cp                            bestir

14.
"Fishes with both sexes brilliantly coloured"                (b/P + estir/C1)/Ch/+cp               bestir

15.
"Protective colours"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16. <The> less conspicuous colours of <the> female cannot be accounted for on <the> principle of protection

"less conspicuous colours of female cannot be accounted for on principle of protection"                ("my h-"/P + earts/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "my hearts"

17.
"Male fishes building nests"                    (ch/P + eerly/C2)/Ch/+cp                    cheerly

18.                        and taking charge of <the> ova and young

"and taking charge of ova and young"                 (ch/P + eerly/C1)/Ch/+cp                 cheerly

19.
Amphibians                           ("my h-"/P + earts/C1)/Ch/+cp                   "my hearts"

20.                     Differences in structure and colour between <the> sexes

"Differences in structure and colour between sexes"                (y/P + are/C2)/Ch/+cp                 yare

21.
"Vocal organs"                              (y/P + are/C1)/Ch/+cp                             yare

22.
Reptiles                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                        Tend to <the> master's whistle

Chelonians                (T/P + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
Crocodiles                                (Bl/P + ow/C2)/Ch/+cp                              Blow

25.
Snakes                (t/P + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.
"colours in some cases protective"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "if room enough"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "if room enough"

27.
Lizards                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"battles of"                         (S/P + EBASTIAN/C2)/Ch/+cp                       SEBASTIAN

29.
"Ornamental appendages"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + ANTONIO/C2)/Ch/+cp                  ANTONIO

30.                   Strange differences in structure between <the> sexes

"Strange differences in structure between sexes"                    (F/P + ERDINAND/C2)/Ch/+cp                   FERDINAND

31.
Colours                          (G/P + ONZALO/C2)/Ch/+cp                             GONZALO

32.
"Sexual differences almost as great as with birds"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/3807/pg3807.html ,  
The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species

INTRODUCTION.

The subject of the present volume, namely the differently formed flowers normally produced by certain kinds of plants, either on the same stock or on distinct stocks, ought to have been treated by a professed botanist, to which distinction I can lay no claim. As far as the sexual relations of flowers are concerned, Linnaeus long ago divided them into hermaphrodite, monoecious, dioecious, and polygamous species. This fundamental distinction, with the aid of several subdivisions in each of the four classes, will serve my purpose; but the classification is artificial, and the groups often pass into one another.

The hermaphrodite class contains two interesting sub-groups, namely, heterostyled and cleistogamic plants; but there are several other less important subdivisions, presently to be given, in which flowers differing in various ways from one another are produced by the same species.

Some plants were described by me several years ago, in a series of papers read before the Linnean Society, the individuals of which exist under two or three forms, differing in the length of their pistils and stamens and in other respects. (Introduction/1. "On the Two Forms or Dimorphic Condition in the Species of Primula, and on their remarkable Sexual Relations" 'Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society' ~ ~


"Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of Same Species"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of Same Species"               (T/GC/S/abT + empest/C2)/+bp                Tempest


1.
INTRODUCTION                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "act i scene i"/C2)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.          On <a> ship at sea --- <The> subject of <the> present volume

"subject of present volume"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "On ship at sea"/C2)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- namely <the> differently formed flowers normally produced by certain kinds of plants

"namely differently formed flowers normally produced by certain kinds of plants"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- either on <the> same stock or on distinct stocks

"either on same stock or on distinct stocks"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                 ought to have been treated by <a> professed botanist

"ought to have been treated by professed botanist"                (B/GC/S/abT + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/+bp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.
"to which distinction I can lay no claim"                (m/GC/S/abT + aster/C2)/+bp                master

7.                 As far as <the> sexual relations of flowers are concerned

"As far as sexual relations of flowers are concerned"             (wh/GC/S/abT + "-at cheer"/C2)/+bp             "what cheer"

8.
"Linnaeus long ago divided them into hermaphrodite"               (M/GC/S/abT + "-aster Good"/C2)/+bp              "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

monoecious                   (s/GC/S/abT + "-peak to mariners"/C2)/+bp                   "speak to mariners"

10.
dioecious                        (f/GC/S/abT + "-all to't"/C2)/+bp                         "fall to't"

11.
"and polygamous species"                   (y/GC/S/abT + arely/C2)/+bp                   yarely

12.
"This fundamental distinction"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/+bp                "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                   with <the> aid of several subdivisions in each of <the> four classes

"with aid of several subdivisions in each of four classes"               (b/GC/S/abT + estir/C2)/+bp               bestir

14.
"will serve my purpose"                     (b/GC/S/abT + estir/C1)/+bp                     bestir

15.                         but <the> classification is artificial

"but classification is artificial"              ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/+bp              "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.                    and <the> groups often pass into one another

"and groups often pass into one another"               (my/GC/S/abT + hearts/C2)/+bp               "my hearts"

17.                  <The> hermaphrodite class contains two interesting sub

"hermaphrodite class contains two interesting sub"              (ch/GC/S/abT + eerly/C2)/+bp               cheerly

18.
groups                            (ch/GC/S/abT + eerly/C1)/+bp                           cheerly

19.
namely                         (my/GC/S/abT + hearts/C1)/+bp                       "my hearts"

20.
"heterostyled and cleistogamic plants"                (y/GC/S/abT + are/C2)/+bp                 yare

21.
"but there are several other less important subdivisions"              (y/GC/S/abT + are/C1)/+bp              yare

22.
"presently to be given"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23. Tend to <the> master's whistle --- in which flowers differing in various ways from one another are produced by <the> same species

"in which flowers differing in various ways from one another are produced by same species"              (T/GC/S/abT + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/+bp                "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
"Some plants were described by me several years ago"               (B/GC/S/abT + low/C2)/+bp               Blow

25.                  in <a> series of papers read before <the> Linnean Society

"in series of papers read before Linnean Society"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                  <the> individuals of which exist under two or three forms

"individuals of which exist under two or three forms"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "if room enough"/C2)/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.                differing in <the> length of their pistils and stamens and in other respects

"differing in length of their pistils and stamens and in other respects"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
Introduction                      (S/GC/S/abT + EBASTIAN/C2)/+bp                    SEBASTIAN

29.
"1"                     ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + ANTONIO/C2)/+bp                        ANTONIO

30.                  On <the> Two Forms or Dimorphic Condition in <the> Species of Primula

"On Two Forms or Dimorphic Condition in Species of Primula"               (F/GC/S/abT + ERDINAND/C2)/+bp                FERDINAND

31.
"and on their remarkable Sexual Relations"                (G/GC/S/abT + ONZALO/C2)/+bp                 GONZALO

32.                  Journal of <the> Proceedings of <the> Linnean Society

"Journal of Proceedings of Linnean Society"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/+bp                "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/4346/pg4346.html ,  
Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom

CHAPTER I.
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.

Various means which favour or determine the cross-fertilisation of plants.
Benefits derived from cross-fertilisation.
Self-fertilisation favourable to the propagation of the species.
Brief history of the subject.
Object of the experiments, and the manner in which they were tried.
Statistical value of the measurements.
The experiments carried on during several successive generations.
Nature of the relationship of the plants in the later generations.
Uniformity of the conditions to which the plants were subjected.
Some apparent and some real causes of error.
Amount of pollen employed.
Arrangement of the work.
Importance of the conclusions.

There is weighty and abundant evidence that the flowers of most kinds of plants are constructed so as to be occasionally or habitually cross-fertilised by pollen from another flower, produced either by the same plant, or generally, as we shall hereafter see reason to believe, by a distinct plant. Cross-fertilisation is sometimes ensured by the sexes being separated, and in a large number of cases by the pollen and stigma of the same flower being matured at different times. Such plants are called dichogamous, and have been divided into two sub-classes: ~ ~


"Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in Vegetable Kingdom"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in Vegetable Kingdom"               (T/GC/S/abT + empest/C2)/+cp                Tempest


1.
"CHAPTER i"                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "act i scene i"/C2)/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                      On <a> ship at sea

"INTRODUCTORY REMARKS"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "On ship at sea"/C2)/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- Various means which favour or determine <the> cross

"Various means which favour or determine cross"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                     Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"fertilisation of plants"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"Benefits derived from cross"                (B/GC/S/abT + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.
fertilisation                           (m/GC/S/abT + aster/C2)/+cp                         master

7.
Self                       (wh/GC/S/abT + "-at cheer"/C2)/+cp                       "what cheer"

8.                     fertilisation favourable to <the> propagation of <the> species

"fertilisation favourable to propagation of species"                 (M/GC/S/abT + "-aster Good"/C2)/+cp               "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners --- Brief history of <the> subject

"Brief history of subject"                   (s/GC/S/abT + "-peak to mariners"/C2)/+cp                   "speak to mariners"

10.                       Object of <the> experiments

"Object of experiments"                   (f/GC/S/abT + "-all to't"/C2)/+cp               "fall to't"

11.                      and <the> manner in which they were tried

"and manner in which they were tried"                 (y/GC/S/abT + arely/C2)/+cp                  yarely

12.                    Statistical value of <the> measurements

"Statistical value of measurements"                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                      <The> experiments carried on during several successive generations

"experiments carried on during several successive generations"                   (b/GC/S/abT + estir/C2)/+cp                    bestir

14.                   Nature of <the> relationship of <the> plants in <the> later generations

"Nature of relationship of plants in later generations"                 (b/GC/S/abT + estir/C1)/+cp                 bestir

15.                   Uniformity of <the> conditions to which <the> plants were subjected

"Uniformity of conditions to which plants were subjected"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"Some apparent and some real causes of error"                (my/GC/S/abT + hearts/C2)/+cp                 "my hearts"

17.
"Amount of pollen employed"                (ch/GC/S/abT + eerly/C2)/+cp                 cheerly

18.
groups                             (ch/GC/S/abT + eerly/C1)/+cp                           cheerly

19.                            Arrangement of <the> work

"Arrangement of work"                 (my/GC/S/abT + hearts/C1)/+cp                "my hearts"

20.                           Importance of <the> conclusions

"Importance of conclusions"                    (y/GC/S/abT + are/C2)/+cp                    yare

21. There is weighty and abundant evidence that <the> flowers of most kinds of plants are constructed so as to be occasionally or habitually cross

"There is weighty and abundant evidence that flowers of most kinds of plants are constructed so as to be occasionally or habitually cross"              (y/GC/S/abT + are/C1)/+cp              yare

22.
"fertilised by pollen from another flower"                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/+cp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                      Tend to <the> master's whistle --- produced either by <the> same plant

"produced either by same plant"                (T/GC/S/abT + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/+cp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
"or generally"                            (B/GC/S/abT + low/C2)/+cp                          Blow

25.
"as we shall hereafter see reason to believe"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/+cp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                         by <a> distinct plant

"by distinct plant"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "if room enough"/C2)/+cp                 "if room enough"

27.
Cross                 ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/+cp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.                       fertilisation is sometimes ensured by <the> sexes being separated

"fertilisation is sometimes ensured by sexes being separated"                  (S/GC/S/abT + EBASTIAN/C2)/+cp                    SEBASTIAN

29. and in <a> large number of cases by <the> pollen and stigma of <the> same flower being matured at different times

"and in large number of cases by pollen and stigma of same flower being matured at different times"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + ANTONIO/C2)/+cp                      ANTONIO

30.
"Such plants are called dichogamous"                 (F/GC/S/abT + ERDINAND/C2)/+cp                  FERDINAND

31.
"and have been divided into two sub"                (G/GC/S/abT + ONZALO/C2)/+cp                 GONZALO

32.
classes                 ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/+cp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/1227/pg1227.html ,    
The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

ON THE EXPRESSION OF THE EMOTIONS IN MAN AND ANIMALS.

INTRODUCTION.

MANY works have been written on Expression, but a greater number on Physiognomy,—that is, on the recognition of character through the study of the permanent form of the features. With this latter subject I am not here concerned. The older treatises,[1] which I have consulted, have been of little or no service to me. The famous `Conferences'[2] of the painter Le Brun, published in 1667, is the best known ancient work, and contains some good remarks. Another somewhat old essay, namely, the `Discours,' delivered 1774-1782, by the well-known Dutch anatomist Camper,[3] can hardly be considered as having made any marked advance in the subject. The following works, on the contrary, deserve the fullest consideration.

Sir Charles Bell, so illustrious for his discoveries in physiology, published in 1806 the first edition, and in

[1] J. Parsons, ~ ~


"Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals"               (T/GC/S/abT + empest/C2)/Ch/+bp                Tempest


1.               ON <THE> EXPRESSION OF <THE> EMOTIONS IN MAN AND ANIMALS

"ON EXPRESSION OF EMOTIONS IN MAN AND ANIMALS"                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "act i scene i"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                      On <a> ship at sea

INTRODUCTION                 ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "On ship at sea"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.                  <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"MANY works have been written on Expression"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.     Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- but <a> greater number on Physiognomy

"but greater number on Physiognomy"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"that is"                (B/GC/S/abT + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.         on <the> recognition of character through <the> study of the permanent form of <the> features

"on recognition of character through study of permanent form of features"                (m/GC/S/abT + aster/C2)/Ch/+bp                master

7.
"With this latter subject I am not here concerned"             (wh/GC/S/abT + "-at cheer"/C2)/Ch/+bp             "what cheer"

8.                    <The> older treatises

"older treatises"               (M/GC/S/abT + "-aster Good"/C2)/Ch/+bp              "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"which I have consulted"                 (s/GC/S/abT + "-peak to mariners"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "speak to mariners"

10.
"have been of little or no service to me"                 (f/GC/S/abT + "-all to't"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "fall to't"

11.                    <The> famous

famous                           (y/GC/S/abT + arely/C2)/Ch/+bp                          yarely

12.
Conferences                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                    of <the> painter <Le> Brun

"of painter Brun"                        (b/GC/S/abT + estir/C2)/Ch/+bp                     bestir

14.
"published in 1667"                      (b/GC/S/abT + estir/C1)/Ch/+bp                    bestir

15.                         is <the> best known ancient work

"is best known ancient work"              ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/Ch/+bp              "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"and contains some good remarks"               (my/GC/S/abT + hearts/C2)/Ch/+bp               "my hearts"

17.
"Another somewhat old essay"              (ch/GC/S/abT + eerly/C2)/Ch/+bp               cheerly

18.
namely                           (ch/GC/S/abT + eerly/C1)/Ch/+bp                         cheerly

19.                       <the> `Discours,'

Discours                       (my/GC/S/abT + hearts/C1)/Ch/+bp                    "my hearts"

20.
"delivered 1774"                        (y/GC/S/abT + are/C2)/Ch/+bp                        yare

21.
"1782"                             (y/GC/S/abT + are/C1)/Ch/+bp                             yare

22.                         by <the> well

"by well"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                       Tend to <the> master's whistle

"known Dutch anatomist Camper"              (T/GC/S/abT + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Tend to master's whistle"

24.             can hardly be considered as having made any marked advance in <the> subject

"can hardly be considered as having made any marked advance in subject"               (B/GC/S/abT + low/C2)/Ch/+bp               Blow

25.                       <The> following works

"following works"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                      on <the> contrary

"on contrary"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "if room enough"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.                    deserve <the> fullest consideration

"deserve fullest consideration"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"Sir Charles Bell"                  (S/GC/S/abT + EBASTIAN/C2)/Ch/+bp                    SEBASTIAN

29.
"so illustrious for his discoveries in physiology"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + ANTONIO/C2)/Ch/+bp                ANTONIO

30.                       published in 1806 <the> first edition

"published in 1806 first edition"               (F/GC/S/abT + ERDINAND/C2)/Ch/+bp                FERDINAND

31.
"and in J"                       (G/GC/S/abT + ONZALO/C2)/Ch/+bp                     GONZALO

32.
Parsons               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Foundations of the Origin of Species"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/22728/22728-h/22728-h.htm ,  
•  The Foundations of the Origin of Species
Two Essays written in 1842 and 1844 (English) (as Author)

ESSAY OF 1842

PART I.

§ I. «On Variation under Domestication, and on the Principles of Selection.»

An individual organism placed under new conditions [often] sometimes varies in a small degree and in very trifling respects such as stature, fatness, sometimes colour, health, habits in animals and probably disposition. Also habits of life develope certain parts. Disuse atrophies. [Most of these slight variations tend to become hereditary.]

When the individual is multiplied for long periods by buds the variation is yet small, though greater and occasionally a single bud or individual departs widely from its type (example) and continues steadily to propagate, by buds, such new kind.

When the organism is bred for several generations under new or varying conditions, the variation is greater in amount and endless in kind [especially holds good when individuals have long been exposed to new conditions]. The nature of the external conditions tends to effect some definite change in all or greater part of offspring,—little food, small size—certain foods harmless &c. &c. organs affected and diseases—extent unknown. A certain degree of variation (Müller's twins) ~ ~


"Foundations of Origin of Species"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Two Essays written in 1842 and 1844"               (Ch/GC/S/abT + "-arles Darwin's work"/C1)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Foundations of Origin of Species"               (T/GC/S/abT + empest/C2)/Ch/+cp                Tempest


1.
"ESSAY OF 1842"                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "act i scene i"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                      On <a> ship at sea

"PART i"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "On ship at sea"/C2)/Ch/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3.                  <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"i"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                  Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"On Variation under Domestication"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                  and on <the> Principles of Selection

"and on Principles of Selection"                (B/GC/S/abT + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.               <An> individual organism placed under new conditions

"individual organism placed under new conditions"                (m/GC/S/abT + aster/C2)/Ch/+cp                master

7.
often                     (wh/GC/S/abT + "-at cheer"/C2)/Ch/+cp                    "what cheer"

8.               sometimes varies in <a> small degree and in very trifling respects such as stature

"sometimes varies in small degree and in very trifling respects such as stature"               (M/Ch/GC/S/abT + "-aster Good"/C2)/Ch/+cp              "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

fatness                 (s/GC/S/abT + "-peak to mariners"/C2)/Ch/+cp                   "speak to mariners"

10.
"sometimes colour"                  (f/GC/S/abT + "-all to't"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "fall to't"

11.
health                            (y/GC/S/abT + arely/C2)/Ch/+cp                           yarely

12.
"habits in animals and probably disposition"                ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"Also habits of life develope certain parts"               (b/GC/S/abT + estir/C2)/Ch/+cp                 bestir

14.
"Disuse atrophies"                      (b/GC/S/abT + estir/C1)/Ch/+cp                      bestir

15.
"Most of these slight variations tend to become hereditary"              ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/Ch/+cp              "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.       When <the> individual is multiplied for long periods by buds <the> variation is yet small

"When individual is multiplied for long periods by buds variation is yet small"               (my/GC/S/abT + hearts/C2)/Ch/+cp               "my hearts"

17.       though greater and occasionally <a> single bud or individual departs widely from its type

"though greater and occasionally single bud or individual departs widely from its type"              (ch/GC/S/abT + eerly/C2)/Ch/+cp               cheerly

18.
example                         (ch/GC/S/abT + eerly/C1)/Ch/+cp                         cheerly

19.
"and continues steadily to propagate"                 (my/GC/S/abT + hearts/C1)/Ch/+cp               "my hearts"

20.
"by buds"                             (y/GC/S/abT + are/C2)/Ch/+cp                          yare

21.
"such new kind"                         (y/GC/S/abT + are/C1)/Ch/+cp                        yare

22.          When <the> organism is bred for several generations under new or varying conditions

"When organism is bred for several generations under new or varying conditions"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.      Tend to <the> master's whistle --- <the> variation is greater in amount and endless in kind

"variation is greater in amount and endless in kind"              (T/GC/S/abT + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
"especially holds good when individuals have long been exposed to new conditions"                (B/GC/S/abT + low/C2)/Ch/+cp               Blow

25. <The> nature of <the> external conditions tends to effect some definite change in all or greater part of offspring

"nature of external conditions tends to effect some definite change in all or greater part of offspring"                (t/GC/S/abT + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.
"little food"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "if room enough"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "if room enough"

27.
"small size"                ([ŋ=  y=]/GC/S/abT + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"certain foods harmless &/N c"                  (S/GC/S/abT + EBASTIAN/C2)/Ch/+cp                    SEBASTIAN

29.
"&/N c"                  ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + ANTONIO/C2)/Ch/+cp                   ANTONIO

30.
"organs affected and diseases"               (F/GC/S/abT + ERDINAND/C2)/Ch/+cp                FERDINAND

31.
"extent unknown"                  (G/GC/S/abT + ONZALO/C2)/Ch/+cp                 GONZALO

32.                  <A> certain degree of variation

"certain degree of variation"               ([ŋ=  w=]/GC/S/abT + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Geological Observations on South America"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/3620/pg3620.html ,  
Geological Observations on South America

CRITICAL INTRODUCTION.

Of the remarkable "trilogy" constituted by Darwin's writings which deal with the geology of the "Beagle," the member which has perhaps attracted least attention, up to the present time is that which treats of the geology of South America. The actual writing of this book appears to have occupied Darwin a shorter period than either of the other volumes of the series; his diary records that the work was accomplished within ten months, namely, between July 1844 and April 1845; but the book was not actually issued till late in the year following, the preface bearing the date "September 1846." Altogether, as Darwin informs us in his "Autobiography," the geological books "consumed four and a half years' steady work," most of the remainder of the ten years that elapsed between the return of the "Beagle," and the completion of his geological books being, it is sad to relate, "lost through illness!"

Concerning the "Geological Observations on South America," Darwin wrote to his friend Lyell, as follows:—"My volume will be about 240 pages, dreadfully dull, yet much condensed. I think whenever you have time to look through it, ~ ~


"Geological Observations on South America"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

*    "Geological Observations on South America"  >>  ("South American Geology" /P)/C1

"Geological Observations on South America"               (T/S + empest/C2)/+bp                Tempest


1.
"CRITICAL INTRODUCTION"                ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "act i scene i"/C2)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                    On <a> ship at sea --- Of <the> remarkable

"Of remarkable"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "On ship at sea"/C2)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.                      <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

trilogy                (t/S + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- constituted by Darwin's writings which deal with <the> geology of <the>

"constituted by Darwin's writings which deal with geology of"                ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
Beagle                      (B/S + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/+bp                     "Boatswain Here"

6.                       <the> member which has perhaps attracted least attention

"member which has perhaps attracted least attention"                (m/S + aster/C2)/+bp                master

7.              up to <the> present time is that which treats of <the> geology of South America

"up to present time is that which treats of geology of South America"             (wh/S + "-at cheer"/C2)/+bp             "what cheer"

8. <The> actual writing of this book appears to have occupied Darwin <a> shorter period than either of <the> other volumes of <the> series

"actual writing of this book appears to have occupied Darwin shorter period than either of other volumes of series"               (M/S + "-aster Good"/C2)/+bp              "Master Good"

9.    speak to <the> mariners --- his diary records that <the> work was accomplished within ten months

"his diary records that work was accomplished within ten months"                 (s/S + "-peak to mariners"/C2)/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
namely                             (f/S + "-all to't"/C2)/+bp                              "fall to't"

11.
"between July 1844 and April 1845"                   (y/S + arely/C2)/+bp                  yarely

12.                but <the> book was not actually issued till late in <the> year following

"but book was not actually issued till late in year following"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/+bp                "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                  <the> preface bearing <the> date

"preface bearing date"                           (b/S + estir/C2)/+bp                        bestir

14.
"September 1846"                            (b/S + estir/C1)/+bp                           bestir

15.
Altogether               ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/+bp              "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"as Darwin informs us in his"                  (my/S + hearts/C2)/+bp                 "my hearts"

17.
Autobiography                             (ch/S + eerly/C2)/+bp                            cheerly

18.                           <the> geological books

"geological books"                          (ch/S + eerly/C1)/+bp                           cheerly

19.                      consumed four and <a> half years' steady work

"consumed four and half years' steady work"               (my/S + hearts/C1)/+bp               "my hearts"

20.      most of <the> remainder of <the> ten years that elapsed between <the> return of <the>

"most of remainder of ten years that elapsed between return of"               (y/S + are/C2)/+bp               yare

21.
Beagle                                  (y/S + are/C1)/+bp                                    yare

22.                     and <the> completion of his geological books being

"and completion of his geological books being"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                     Tend to <the> master's whistle --- it is sad to relate

"it is sad to relate"              (T/S + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/+bp                "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
"lost through illness"                           (B/S + low/C2)/+bp                            Blow

25.                          Concerning <the>

Concerning                (t/S + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.
"Geological Observations on South America"              ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "if room enough"/C2)/+bp              "if room enough"

27.
"Darwin wrote to his friend Lyell"                ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"as follows"                         (S/S + EBASTIAN/C2)/+bp                          SEBASTIAN

29.
"My volume will be about 240 pages"                ([ŋ=  w=]/S + ANTONIO/C2)/+bp                  ANTONIO

30.
"dreadfully dull"                      (F/S + ERDINAND/C2)/+bp                       FERDINAND

31.
"yet much condensed"                      (G/S + ONZALO/C2)/+bp                     GONZALO

32.
"I think whenever you have time to look through it"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/+bp                "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Geologische Beobachtungen über die Vulcanischen Inseln"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/32201/32201-h/32201-h.htm ,    
•  Geologische Beobachtungen über die Vulcanischen Inseln
Mit kurzen Bemerkungen über die Geologie von Australien und dem Cap der guten Hoffnung

Vorrede zur zweiten Ausgabe.

Die erste Ausgabe meiner »Geologischen Untersuchungen über die Vulcanischen Inseln, welche während der Reise von S. M. S. Beagle unter dem Commando des Capt. FitzRoy besucht wurden«, erschien unter Gutheiszung der Lord Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury im Jahre 1844, und meine ~ ~


"Geologische Beobachtungen über Vulcanischen Inseln"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Mit kurzen Bemerkungen über Geologie von Australien und Cap der guten Hoffnung"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C1)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Geologische Beobachtungen über Vulcanischen Inseln"               (T/S + empest/C2)/+cp                Tempest


1.
"Vorrede zur zweiten Ausgabe"                ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "act i scene i"/C2)/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                    On <a> ship at sea --- <Die> erste Ausgabe meiner

"erste Ausgabe meiner"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "On ship at sea"/C2)/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- Geologischen Untersuchungen über <die> Vulcanischen Inseln

"Geologischen Untersuchungen über Vulcanischen Inseln"                (t/S + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- welche während <der> Reise von S

"welche während Reise von S"                ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
M                          (B/S + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/+cp                      "Boatswain Here"

6.
S                                     (m/S + aster/C2)/+cp                                 master

7.                       Beagle unter <dem> Commando <des> Capt

"Beagle unter Commando Capt"             (wh/S + "-at cheer"/C2)/+cp             "what cheer"

8.
"FitzRoy besucht wurden"               (M/S + "-aster Good"/C2)/+cp               "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners --- erschien unter Gutheiszung <der> Lord Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury im Jahre 1844

"erschien unter Gutheiszung Lord Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury im Jahre 1844"                 (s/S + "-peak to mariners"/C2)/+cp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"und meine"                           (f/S + "-all to't"/C2)/+cp                           "fall to't"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Insectivorous Plants"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/5765/pg5765.html ,  
Insectivorous Plants

[page ii.]

BY THE SAME AUTHOR.

—-

ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY MEANS OF NATURAL SELECTION; or, THE PRESERVATION OF FAVORED RACES IN THE STRUGGLE FOR LIFE. New and revised edition. 12mo. Cloth. 480 pages. Price, $2.00.

THE DESCENT OF MAN, AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX. With Illustrations. New edition, revised and augmented. 12mo. Cloth. 704 pages. Price, $3.00.

A NATURALIST'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD; or, A JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES INTO THE NATURAL HISTORY AND GEOLOGY OF THE COUNTRIES visited during the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle, under the command of Captain Fitz-Roy, R.N. 12mo. Cloth. 530 pages. Price, $2.00. ~ ~


"Insectivorous Plants"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Insectivorous Plants"                     (T/S + empest/C2)/Ch/+bp                      Tempest


1.
"page i i"                ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "act i scene i"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                    On <a> ship at sea --- BY <THE> SAME AUTHOR

"BY SAME AUTHOR"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "On ship at sea"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- ON <THE> ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY MEANS OF NATURAL SELECTION

"ON ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY MEANS OF NATURAL SELECTION"                (t/S + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

or                ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                  <THE> PRESERVATION OF FAVORED RACES IN <THE> STRUGGLE FOR LIFE

"PRESERVATION OF FAVORED RACES IN STRUGGLE FOR LIFE"                  (B/S + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.
"New and revised edition"                     (m/S + aster/C2)/Ch/+bp                     master

7.
"12 m o"                           (wh/S + "-at cheer"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "what cheer"

8.
Cloth                           (M/S + "-aster Good"/C2)/Ch/+bp                    "Master Good"

9.                            speak to <the> mariners

"480 pages"                 (s/S + "-peak to mariners"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
Price                              (f/S + "-all to't"/C2)/Ch/+bp                            "fall to't"

11.
"2"                                  (y/S + arely/C2)/Ch/+bp                                yarely

"S"                                  (y/S + arely/C1)/Ch/+bp                                yarely

12.
"0/zero 0/zero"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                           <THE> DESCENT OF MAN

"DESCENT OF MAN"                          (b/S + estir/C2)/Ch/+bp                        bestir

14.
"AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX"                 (b/S + estir/C1)/Ch/+bp                 bestir

15.
"With Illustrations"               ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/Ch/+bp              "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"New edition"                            (my/S + hearts/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "my hearts"

17.
"revised and augmented"                     (ch/S + eerly/C2)/Ch/+bp                     cheerly

18.
"12 m o"                             (ch/S + eerly/C1)/Ch/+bp                             cheerly

19.
Cloth                               (my/S + hearts/C1)/Ch/+bp                        "my hearts"

20.
"704 pages"                             (y/S + are/C2)/Ch/+bp                               yare

21.
Price                                  (y/S + are/C1)/Ch/+bp                                  yare

22.
"3"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

"S"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "on leaving Cambridge"/C1)/Ch/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                     Tend to <the> master's whistle

"0/zero 0/zero"              (T/S + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "Tend to master's whistle"

24.                      <A> NATURALIST'S VOYAGE ROUND <THE> WORLD

"NATURALIST'S VOYAGE ROUND WORLD"                 (B/S + low/C2)/Ch/+bp                   Blow

25.
or                (t/S + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/Ch/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26. <A> JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES INTO <THE> NATURAL HISTORY AND GEOLOGY OF <THE> COUNTRIES visited during <the> voyage of H

"JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES INTO NATURAL HISTORY AND GEOLOGY OF COUNTRIES visited during voyage of H"              ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "if room enough"/C2)/Ch/+bp              "if room enough"

27.
M                   ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/Ch/+bp                   "Enter ALONSO"

28.
S                            (S/S + EBASTIAN/C2)/Ch/+bp                             SEBASTIAN

29.
Beagle                     ([ŋ=  w=]/S + ANTONIO/C2)/Ch/+bp                         ANTONIO

30.                        under <the> command of Captain Fitz

"under command of Captain Fitz"                   (F/S + ERDINAND/C2)/Ch/+bp                   FERDINAND

31.
Roy                              (G/S + ONZALO/C2)/Ch/+bp                            GONZALO

32.
R               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+bp                "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Life and Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2087/pg2087.html ,    
Life and Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1

REFACE

In choosing letters for publication I have been largely guided by the wish to illustrate my father's personal character. But his life was so essentially one of work, that a history of the man could not be written without following closely the career of the author. Thus it comes about that the chief part of the book falls into chapters whose titles correspond to the names of his books.

In arranging the letters I have adhered as far as possible to chronological sequence, but the character and variety of his researches make a strictly chronological order an impossibility. It was his habit to work more or less simultaneously at several subjects. Experimental work was often carried on as a refreshment or variety, while books entailing reasoning and the marshalling of large bodies of facts were being written. Moreover, many of his researches were allowed to drop, and only resumed after an interval of years. Thus a rigidly chronological series of letters would present a patchwork of subjects, each of which would be difficult to follow. The Table of Contents will show in what way I have attempted to avoid this result.

In printing the letters I have followed (except in a few cases) the usual plan of indicating the existence of omissions or insertions. My father's letters give frequent evidence of having been written when he was tired or hurried, and they bear the marks of this circumstance. In writing to a friend, or to one of his family, he frequently omitted the articles: these have been inserted without the usual indications, except in a few instances, where it is of special interest to preserve intact the hurried character of the letter. Other small words, such as "of", "to", etc., have been inserted usually within brackets. ~ ~


"Life and Letters of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volume 1"               (Ch/S + "-arles Darwin's work"/C1)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Life and Letters of Charles Darwin"               (T/S + empest/C2)/Ch/+cp                Tempest


1. REFACE In choosing letters for publication I have been largely guided by <the> wish to illustrate my father's personal character


"REFACE In choosing letters for publication I have been largely guided by wish to illustrate my father's personal character"            ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "act i scene i"/C2)/Ch/+cp              "act i scene i"

2.                    On <a> ship at sea

"But his life was so essentially one of work"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "On ship at sea"/C2)/Ch/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- that <a> history of <the> man could not be written without following closely <the> career of <the> author

"that history of man could not be written without following closely career of author"                (t/S + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- "Thus it comes about that <the> chief part of <the> book falls into chapters whose titles correspond to <the> names of his books"

"Thus it comes about that chief part of book falls into chapters whose titles correspond to names of his books"                ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.            In arranging <the> letters I have adhered as far as possible to chronological sequence

"In arranging letters I have adhered as far as possible to chronological sequence"                  (B/S + "-oatswain Here"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6. but <the> character and variety of his researches make <a> strictly chronological order <an> impossibility

"but character and variety of his researches make strictly chronological order impossibility"                   (m/S + aster/C2)/Ch/+cp                  master

7.
"It was his habit to work more or less simultaneously at several subjects"               (wh/S + "-at cheer"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "what cheer"

8.                  Experimental work was often carried on as <a> refreshment or variety

"Experimental work was often carried on as refreshment or variety"              (M/S + "-aster Good"/C2)/Ch/+cp              "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners--- while books entailing reasoning and <the> marshalling of large bodies of facts were being written

"while books entailing reasoning and marshalling of large bodies of facts were being written"               (s/S + "-peak to mariners"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "speak to mariners"

10.
Moreover                            (f/S + "-all to't"/C2)/Ch/+cp                          "fall to't"

11.
"many of his researches were allowed to drop"               (y/S + arely/C2)/Ch/+cp                yarely

12.               and only resumed after <an> interval of years

"and only resumed after interval of years"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "or we run ourselves aground"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "or we run ourselves aground"

13.        Thus <a> rigidly chronological series of letters would present <a> patchwork of subjects

"Experimental work was often carried on as refreshment or variety"               (b/S + estir/C2)/Ch/+cp                bestir

14.
"each of which would be difficult to follow"                (b/S + estir/C1)/Ch/+cp                bestir

15.      <The> Table of Contents will show in what way I have attempted to avoid this result

"Table of Contents will show in what way I have attempted to avoid this result"               ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/C2)/Ch/+cp              "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.                  In printing <the> letters I have followed

"In printing letters I have followed"                (my/S + hearts/C2)/Ch/+cp               "my hearts"

17.                      except in <a> few cases

"except in few cases"                       (ch/S + eerly/C2)/Ch/+cp                       cheerly

18.                  <the> usual plan of indicating <the> existence of omissions or insertions

"usual plan of indicating existence of omissions or insertions"                (ch/S + eerly/C1)/Ch/+cp                cheerly

19.
"My father's letters give frequent evidence of having been written when he was tired or hurried"                  (my/S + hearts/C1)/Ch/+cp                "my hearts"

20.                       and they bear <the> marks of this circumstance

"and they bear marks of this circumstance"                 (y/S + are/C2)/Ch/+cp                  yare

21.                      In writing to <a> friend

"In writing to friend"                            (y/S + are/C1)/Ch/+cp                         yare

22.
"or to one of his family"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "on leaving Cambridge"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                  Tend to <the> master's whistle --- he frequently omitted <the> articles

"he frequently omitted articles"              (T/S + "-end to master's whistle"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "Tend to master's whistle"

24.                      these have been inserted without <the> usual indications

"these have been inserted without usual indications"                 (B/S + low/C2)/Ch/+cp                   Blow

25.                        except in <a> few instances

"except in few instances"                (t/S + "-ill thou burst thy wind"/C2)/Ch/+cp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.         where it is of special interest to preserve intact <the> hurried character of <the> letter

"where it is of special interest to preserve intact hurried character of letter"              ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "if room enough"/C2)/Ch/+cp              "if room enough"

27.
"Other small words"                 ([ŋ=  y=]/S + "Enter ALONSO"/C2)/Ch/+cp                  "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"such as"                       (S/S + EBASTIAN/C2)/Ch/+cp                          SEBASTIAN

29.
of                        ([ŋ=  w=]/S + ANTONIO/C2)/Ch/+cp                           ANTONIO

30.
to                               (F/S + ERDINAND/C2)/Ch/+cp                         FERDINAND

31.
"e t c"                            (G/S + ONZALO/C2)/Ch/+cp                            GONZALO

32.
"have been inserted usually within brackets"               ([ŋ=  w=]/S + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/C2)/Ch/+cp                "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Life and Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2088/pg2088.html ,  
Life and Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2

TRANSCRIPT OF A FACSIMILE OF A PAGE FROM A NOTE-BOOK OF 1837.

—led to comprehend true affinities. My theory would give zest to recent & Fossil Comparative Anatomy: it would lead to study of instincts, heredity, & mind heredity, whole metaphysics, it would lead to closest examination of hybridity & generation, causes of change in order to know what we have come from & to what we tend, to what circumstances favour crossing & what prevents it, this & direct examination of direct passages of structure in species, might lead to laws of change, which would then be main object of study, to guide our speculations.

LIFE AND LETTERS OF CHARLES DARWIN.

VOLUME II.

CHAPTER 2.I.

THE PUBLICATION OF THE 'ORIGIN OF SPECIES.'

OCTOBER 3, 1859, TO DECEMBER 31, 1859.

1859.

[Under the date of October 1st, 1859, in my father's Diary occurs the entry: "Finished proofs (thirteen months and ten days) of Abstract on 'Origin of Species'; ~ ~


"Life and Letters of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volume 2"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Life and Letters of Charles Darwin"                (T/C2 + empest/T)/+bp                 Tempest


1.                TRANSCRIPT OF <A> FACSIMILE OF <A> PAGE FROM <A> NOTE

"TRANSCRIPT OF FACSIMILE OF PAGE FROM NOTE"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/T)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

"BOOK OF 1837"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/T)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"led to comprehend true affinities"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/T)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"My theory would give zest to recent &/N Fossil Comparative Anatomy"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/T)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"it would lead to study of instincts"                (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/T)/+bp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.
heredity                              (m/C2 + aster/T)/+bp                                 master

7.
"&/N mind heredity"                   (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/T)/+bp                   "what cheer"

8.
"whole metaphysics"                  (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/T)/+bp                 "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"it would lead to closest examination of hybridity &/N generation"                (s/C2 + "-peak to mariners"/T)/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"causes of change in order to know what we have come from &/N to what we tend"                (f/C2 + "-all to't"/T)/+bp                 "fall to't"

11.
"to what circumstances favour crossing &/N what prevents it"                (y/C2 + arely/T)/+bp                 yarely

12.
"this &/N direct examination of direct passages of structure in species"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/T)/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"might lead to laws of change"                      (b/C2 + estir/T)/+bp                      bestir

14.
"which would then be main object of study"                 (b/C1 + estir/T)/+bp                   bestir

15.
"to guide our speculations"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/T)/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"LIFE AND LETTERS OF CHARLES DARWIN"                (my/C2 + hearts/T)/+bp                 "my hearts"

17.
"VOLUME i i"                            (ch/C2 + eerly/T)/+bp                              cheerly

18.
"CHAPTER 2"                            (ch/C1 + eerly/T)/+bp                             cheerly

19.
"i"                                  (my/C1 + hearts/T)/+bp                            "my hearts"

20.                             <THE> PUBLICATION OF <THE>

"PUBLICATION OF"                            (y/C2 + are/T)/+bp                            yare

21.
"ORIGIN OF SPECIES"                         (y/C1 + are/T)/+bp                            yare

22.
"OCTOBER 3"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "on leaving Cambridge"/T)/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                   Tend to <the> master's whistle

"1859"                (T/C2 + "-end to master's whistle"/T)/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
"TO DECEMBER 31"                              (B/C2 + low/T)/+bp                           Blow

25.
"1859"                (t/C2 + "-ill thou burst thy wind/T)/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.
"1859"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "if room enough"/T)/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.                              Under <the> date of October 1st

"Under date of October 1st"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter ALONSO"/T)/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"1859"                              (S/C2 + EBASTIAN/T)/+bp                         SEBASTIAN

29.                         in my father's Diary occurs <the> entry

"in my father's Diary occurs entry"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + ANTONIO/T)/+bp                 ANTONIO

30.
"Finished proofs"                       (F/C2 + ERDINAND/T)/+bp                      FERDINAND

31.
"thirteen months and ten days"                 (G/C2 + ONZALO/T)/+bp                 GONZALO

32.
"of Abstract on"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/T)/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "A Monograph on the Sub-class Cirripedia"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/31558/31558-h/31558-h.htm ,  
A Monograph on the Sub-class Cirripedia
With Figures of all the Species

INTRODUCTION.

I should have been enabled to have made this Volume more complete, had I deferred its publication until I had finished my examination of all the other known Cirripedes; but my work would thus have been rendered inconveniently large. Until this examination is completed, it will be more prudent not to discuss, in detail, the position of the Lepadidæ amongst the Cirripedia, or of these latter in the great class of Crustacea, to which they now, by almost universal consent, have been assigned. I may, however, ~ ~


"Monograph on Sub-class Cirripedia"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"With Figures of all Species"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Monograph on Sub-class Cirripedia"               (T/C2 + empest/T)/+cp                 Tempest


1.
INTRODUCTION                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/T)/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

"I should have been enabled to have made this Volume more complete"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/T)/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- had I deferred its publication until I had finished my examination of all <the> other known Cirripedes

"had I deferred its publication until I had finished my examination of all other known Cirripedes"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/T)/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"but my work would thus have been rendered inconveniently large"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/T)/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"Until this examination is completed"                (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/T)/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6.
"it will be more prudent not to discuss"                 (m/C2 + aster/T)/+cp                master

7.
"in detail"                (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/T)/+cp                 "what cheer"

8.                   <the> position of <the> Lepadidæ amongst <the> Cirripedia

"position of Lepadidæ amongst Cirripedia"                  (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/T)/+cp                 "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners --- or of these latter in <the> great class of Crustacea

"or of these latter in great class of Crustacea"               (s/C2 + "-peak to mariners"/T)/+cp               "speak to mariners"

10.
"to which they now"                        (f/C2 + "-all to't"/T)/+cp                       "fall to't"

11.
"by almost universal consent"                     (y/C2 + arely/T)/+cp                       yarely

12.
"have been assigned"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/T)/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"I may"                                  (b/C2 + estir/T)/+cp                                 bestir

14.
however                                (b/C1 + estir/T)/+cp                                  bestir

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2739/2739-h/2739-h.htm ,  
More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1

CHAPTER 1.I.—AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL FRAGMENT, AND EARLY LETTERS.
1809-1842.

(Chapter I./1. In the process of removing the remainder of Mr. Darwin's books and papers from Down, the following autobiographical notes, written in 1838, came to light. They seem to us worth publishing—both as giving some new facts, and also as illustrating the interest which he clearly felt in his own development. Many words are omitted in the manuscript, and some names incorrectly spelled; the corrections which have been made are not always indicated.)

My earliest recollection, the date of which I can approximately tell, and which must have been before I was four years old, was when sitting on Caroline's (Caroline Darwin) knee in the drawing room, whilst she was cutting an orange for me, a cow ran by the window which made me jump, so that I received a bad cut, of which I bear the scar to this day. Of this scene I recollect the place where I sat and the cause of the fright, but not the cut itself, and I think my memory is real, and not as often happens in similar cases, {derived} ~ ~


"More Letters of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volume 1"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"More Letters of Charles Darwin"               (T/C2 + empest/T)/Ch/+bp                 Tempest


1.
"i"                    ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/T)/Ch/+bp                      "act i scene i"

"CHAPTER 1"                  ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/T)/Ch/+bp                   "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea --- <AN> AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL FRAGMENT

"AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL FRAGMENT"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/T)/Ch/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"AND EARLY LETTERS"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"1809"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"1842"                   (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/T)/Ch/+bp                    "Boatswain Here"

6.
"Chapter i"                             (m/C2 + aster/T)/Ch/+bp                            master

"1/one"                                (m/C1 + aster/T)/Ch/+bp                            master

7.                       In <the> process of removing <the> remainder of Mr

"In process of removing remainder of M r"                (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "what cheer"

8.
"Darwin's books and papers from Down"                  (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners --- <the> following autobiographical notes

"following autobiographical notes"                (s/C2 + "-peak to mariners"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"written in 1838"                       (f/C2 + "-all to't"/T)/Ch/+bp                       "fall to't"

11.
"came to light"                          (y/C2 + arely/T)/Ch/+bp                             yarely

12.
"They seem to us worth publishing"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"both as giving some new facts"                   (b/C2 + estir/T)/Ch/+bp                   bestir

14.             and also as illustrating <the> interest which he clearly felt in his own development

"and also as illustrating interest which he clearly felt in his own development"                (b/C1 + estir/T)/Ch/+bp                 bestir

15.                  Many words are omitted in <the> manuscript

"Many words are omitted in manuscript"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"and some names incorrectly spelled"                (my/C2 + hearts/T)/Ch/+bp                "my hearts"

17.                  <the> corrections which have been made are not always indicated

"corrections which have been made are not always indicated"                (ch/C2 + eerly/T)/Ch/+bp                cheerly

18.
"My earliest recollection"                        (ch/C1 + eerly/T)/Ch/+bp                   cheerly

19.                  <the> date of which I can approximately tell

"date of which I can approximately tell"                  (my/C1 + hearts/T)/Ch/+bp                "my hearts"

20.
"and which must have been before I was four years old"                 (y/C2 + are/T)/Ch/+bp               yare

21.
"was when sitting on Caroline's"                     (y/C1 + are/T)/Ch/+bp                    yare

22.
"Caroline Darwin"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "on leaving Cambridge"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                   Tend to <the> master's whistle --- knee in <the> drawing room

"knee in drawing room"                (T/C2 + "-end to master's whistle"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.                     whilst she was cutting <an> orange for me

"whilst she was cutting orange for me"                 (B/C2 + low/T)/Ch/+bp                Blow

25.                     <a> cow ran by <the> window which made me jump

"cow ran by window which made me jump"                (t/C2 + "-ill thou burst thy wind/T)/Ch/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                     so that I received <a> bad cut

"so that I received bad cut"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "if room enough"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.                     of which I bear <the> scar to this day

"of which I bear scar to this day"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter ALONSO"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.             Of this scene I recollect <the> place where I sat and <the> cause of <the> fright

"Of this scene I recollect place where I sat and cause of fright"                (S/C2 + EBASTIAN/T)/Ch/+bp                SEBASTIAN

29.                        but not <the> cut itself

"but not cut itself"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + ANTONIO/T)/Ch/+bp                 ANTONIO

30.
"and I think my memory is real"                  (F/C2 + ERDINAND/T)/Ch/+bp                 FERDINAND

31.
"and not as often happens in similar cases"                 (G/C2 + ONZALO/T)/Ch/+bp                 GONZALO

32.
derived                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/T)/Ch/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2740/2740-h/2740-h.htm ,  
More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2

CHAPTER 2.VII.—GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION.
1843-1882 (Continued) (1867-1882.)

LETTER 378. J.D. HOOKER TO CHARLES DARWIN. Kew, January 20th, 1867.

Prof. Miquel, of Utrecht, begs me to ask you for your carte, ~ ~


"More Letters of Charles Darwin"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Volume 2"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"More Letters of Charles Darwin"               (T/C2 + empest/T)/Ch/+cp                 Tempest


1.
"CHAPTER 2"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/T)/Ch/+cp                "act i scene i"

"v i i"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/C1 + "act i scene i"/T)/Ch/+cp                    "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

"GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/T)/Ch/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"1843"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/T)/Ch/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"1882"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/T)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
Continued                   (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/T)/Ch/+cp                  "Boatswain Here"

6.
"1867"                               (m/C2 + aster/T)/Ch/+cp                              master

7.
"1882"                        (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/T)/Ch/+cp                        "what cheer"

8.
"LETTER 378"                    (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/T)/Ch/+cp                  "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

J                     (s/C2 + "-peak to mariners"/T)/Ch/+cp                   "speak to mariners"

10.
D                                (f/C2 + "-all to't"/T)/Ch/+cp                              "fall to't"

11.
"HOOKER TO CHARLES DARWIN"                   (y/C2 + arely/T)/Ch/+cp                  yarely

12.
"K e w"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/T)/Ch/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"January 20th"                             (b/C2 + estir/T)/Ch/+cp                           bestir

14.
"1867"                               (b/C1 + estir/T)/Ch/+cp                                 bestir

15.
"P r o f"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/T)/Ch/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
Miquel                           (my/C2 + hearts/T)/Ch/+cp                           "my hearts"

17.
"of Utrecht"                           (ch/C2 + eerly/T)/Ch/+cp                             cheerly

18.
"begs me to ask you for your carte"                (ch/C1 + eerly/T)/Ch/+cp               cheerly

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2485/pg2485.html ,    
The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants

PREFACE

This Essay first appeared in the ninth volume of the 'Journal of the Linnean Society,' published in 1865. It is here reproduced in a corrected and, I hope, clearer form, with some additional facts. The illustrations were drawn by my son, George Darwin. Fritz Muller, after the publication of my paper, sent to the Linnean Society (Journal, vol. ix., p. 344) some interesting observations on the climbing plants of South Brazil, to which I shall frequently refer. Recently two important memoirs, chiefly on the difference in growth between the upper and lower sides of tendrils, and on the mechanism of the movements of twining-plants, by Dr. Hugo de Vries, have appeared in the 'Arbeiten des Botanischen Instituts in Wurzburg,' Heft. iii., 1873. These memoirs ought to be carefully studied by every one interested in the subject, as I can here give only references to the more important points. ~ ~
 

"Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants"               (T/C2 + empest/P)/+bp                Tempest


1.                PREFACE This Essay first appeared in <the> ninth volume of <the>

"PREFACE This Essay first appeared in ninth volume of"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/P)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea --- Journal of <the> Linnean Society

"Journal of Linnean Society"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/P)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"published in 1865"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/P)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- It is here reproduced in <a> corrected and

"It is here reproduced in corrected and"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/P)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"I hope"                     (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/P)/+bp                     "Boatswain Here"

6.
"clearer form"                              (m/C2 + aster/P)/+bp                            master

7.
"with some additional facts"               (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/P)/+bp               "what cheer"

8.                    <The> illustrations were drawn by my son

"illustrations were drawn by my son"                (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/P)/+bp               "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"George Darwin"                (s/C2 + "-peak to mariners"/P)/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"Fritz Muller"                          (f/C2 + "-all to't"/P)/+bp                            "fall to't"

11.                   after <the> publication of my paper

"after publication of my paper"                     (y/C2 + arely/P)/+bp                     yarely

12.                     sent to <the> Linnean Society

"sent to Linnean Society"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/P)/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
Journal                                 (b/C2 + estir/P)/+bp                                  bestir

14.
"v o l"                                   (b/C1 + estir/P)/+bp                                 bestir

15.
"i x"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/P)/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
p                                    (my/C2 + hearts/P)/+bp                           "my hearts"

17.
"344"                                  (ch/C2 + eerly/P)/+bp                               cheerly

18.                some interesting observations on <the> climbing plants of South Brazil

"some interesting observations on climbing plants of South Brazil"               (ch/C1 + eerly/P)/+bp            cheerly

19.
"to which I shall frequently refer"                 (my/C1 + hearts/P)/+bp              "my hearts"

20.
"Recently two important memoirs"                      (y/C2 + are/P)/+bp                    yare

21.          chiefly on <the> difference in growth between <the> upper and lower sides of tendrils

"chiefly on difference in growth between upper and lower sides of tendrils"                (y/C1 + are/P)/+bp               yare

22.                  and on <the> mechanism of <the> movements of twining

"and on mechanism of movements of twining"               ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "on leaving Cambridge"/P)/+bp               "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                   Tend to <the> master's whistle

plants                (T/C2 + "-end to master's whistle"/P)/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
"by D r"                                  (B/C2 + low/P)/+bp                                  Blow

25.
"Hugo de Vries"                (t/C2 + "-ill thou burst thy wind/P)/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.                   have appeared in <the>

"have appeared in"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "if room enough"/P)/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.
"Arbeiten des Botanischen Instituts in Wurzburg"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter ALONSO"/P)/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
Heft                                (S/C2 + EBASTIAN/P)/+bp                          SEBASTIAN

29.
"i i i"                         ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + ANTONIO/P)/+bp                           ANTONIO

30.
"1873"                               (F/C2 + ERDINAND/P)/+bp                        FERDINAND

31.         These memoirs ought to be carefully studied by every one interested in <the> subject

"These memoirs ought to be carefully studied by every one interested in subject"                 (G/C2 + ONZALO/P)/+bp                 GONZALO

32.                 as I can here give only references to <the> more important points

"as I can here give only references to more important points"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/P)/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Note on the Resemblances and Differences in the Structure and the Development of the Brain in Man and Apes"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2354/2354-h/2354-h.htm ,  
Note on the Resemblances and Differences in the Structure and the Development of the Brain in Man and Apes

BY
PROFESSOR T. H. HUXLEY, F.R.S.

 [This essay is taken from 'The Descent of Man and Selection in relation to Sex' by Charles Darwin where it appears at the end of Chapter VII which is also the end of Part I. Footnotes are numbered as they appear in 'The Descent of Man.']

The controversy respecting the nature and the extent of the differences in the structure of the brain in man and the apes, which arose some fifteen years ago, has not yet come to an end, though the subject matter of the dispute is, at present, totally different from what it was formerly. It was originally asserted and re-asserted, ~ ~


"Note on Resemblances and Differences in Structure and Development of Brain in Man and Apes"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Note on Resemblances and Differences in Structure and Development of Brain in Man and Apes"               (T/C2 + empest/P)/+cp                Tempest


1.
"BY PROFESSOR T"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/P)/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

H                      ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/P)/+cp                    "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

HUXLEY              (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/P)/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                 Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

F              ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/P)/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
R                         (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/P)/+cp                        "Boatswain Here"

6.
S                                   (m/C2 + aster/P)/+cp                                    master

7.
"This essay is taken from"                 (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/P)/+cp                "what cheer"

8.                    <The> Descent of Man and Selection in relation to Sex

"Descent of Man and Selection in relation to Sex"                (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/P)/+cp               "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners --- by Charles Darwin where it appears at <the> end of Chapter VII which is also <the> end of Part I

"by Charles Darwin where it appears at end of Chapter v i i which is also end of Part i"                (s/C2 + "-peak to mariners"/P)/+cp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"Footnotes are numbered as they appear in"               (f/C2 + "-all to't"/P)/+cp                "fall to't"

11.                    <The> Descent of Man

"Descent of Man"                          (y/C2 + arely/P)/+cp                              yarely

12. <The> controversy respecting <the> nature and <the> extent of <the> differences in <the> structure of <the> brain in man and <the> apes

"controversy respecting nature and extent of differences in structure of brain in man and apes"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/P)/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"which arose some fifteen years ago"                 (b/C2 + estir/P)/+cp                    bestir

14.
"has not yet come to an end"                        (b/C1 + estir/P)/+cp                     bestir

15.                    though <the> subject matter of <the> dispute is

"though subject matter of dispute is"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/P)/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"at present"                             (my/C2 + hearts/P)/+cp                       "my hearts"

17.
"totally different from what it was formerly"               (ch/C2 + eerly/P)/+cp              cheerly

18.
"It was originally asserted and re"                     (ch/C1 + eerly/P)/+cp                cheerly

19.
asserted                                (my/C1 + hearts/P)/+cp                        "my hearts"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Observations Géologiques sur les Îles Volcaniques"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/9824/pg9824.html ,  
Observations Géologiques sur les Îles Volcaniques

EXPLORÉES PAR L'EXPÉDITION DU «BEAGLE»

ET NOTES SUR LA GÉOLOGIE DE L'AUSTRALIE ET DU CAP DE BONNE-ESPÉRANCE

PAR

Charles DARWIN

TRADUIT DE L'ANGLAIS SUR LA TROISIÈME ÉDITION

PAR

A.-F. RENARD

AVANT-PROPOS DU TRADUCTEUR

L'oeuvre de Darwin comprend, outre ses travaux biologiques, trois ouvrages consacrés spécialement à la géologie. ~ ~


"Observations Géologiques sur Îles Volcaniques"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Observations Géologiques sur Îles Volcaniques"               (T/C2 + empest/P)/Ch/+bp                Tempest


1.                     EXPLORÉES PAR <L'>EXPÉDITION DU

"EXPLORÉES PAR EXPÉDITION DU"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/P)/Ch/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

BEAGLE                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/P)/Ch/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- ET NOTES SUR <LA> GÉOLOGIE DE <L'>AUSTRALIE ET DU CAP DE BONNE

"ET NOTES SUR GÉOLOGIE DE AUSTRALIE ET DU CAP DE BONNE"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/P)/Ch/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- ESPÉRANCE PAR Charles DARWIN TRADUIT DE <L'>ANGLAIS SUR <LA> TROISIÈME ÉDITION PAR A

"ESPÉRANCE PAR Charles DARWIN TRADUIT DE ANGLAIS SUR TROISIÈME ÉDITION PAR A"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/P)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
F                       (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/P)/Ch/+bp                      "Boatswain Here"

6.
"RENARD AVANT"                          (m/C2 + aster/P)/Ch/+bp                        master

7.                     PROPOS DU TRADUCTEUR <L'>oeuvre de Darwin comprend

"PROPOS DU TRADUCTEUR oeuvre de Darwin comprend"               (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/P)/Ch/+bp               "what cheer"

8.
"outre ses travaux biologiques"                (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/P)/Ch/+bp               "Master Good"

9.              speak to <the> mariners --- trois ouvrages consacrés spécialement à <la> géologie

"trois ouvrages consacrés spécialement à géologie"                (s/C2 + "-peak to mariners"/P)/Ch/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Observations Géologiques sur les Îles Volcaniques"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/1228/1228-h/1228-h.htm ,  
On the Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection, or, the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life

ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES.

INTRODUCTION.

When on board H.M.S. 'Beagle,' as naturalist, I was much struck with certain facts in the distribution of the inhabitants of South America, and in the geological relations of the present to the past inhabitants of that continent. These facts seemed to me to throw some light on the origin of species—that mystery of mysteries, as it has been called by one of our greatest philosophers. On my return home, it occurred to me, in 1837, ~ ~


"On Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Preservation of Favoured Races in Struggle for Life"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"On Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection"               (T/C1 + empest/P)/Ch/+cp                Tempest


1.                  ON <THE> ORIGIN OF SPECIES

"ON ORIGIN OF SPECIES"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/P)/Ch/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

INTRODUCTION                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/P)/Ch/+cp                 "On ship at sea"

3.                  <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"When on board H"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/P)/Ch/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                  Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

M                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/P)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
S                       (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/P)/Ch/+cp                      "Boatswain Here"

6.
Beagle                               (m/C2 + aster/P)/Ch/+cp                              master

7.
"as naturalist"                   (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/P)/Ch/+cp                      "what cheer"

8.      I was much struck with certain facts in <the> distribution of <the> inhabitants of South America

"I was much struck with certain facts in distribution of inhabitants of South America"                (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/P)/Ch/+cp               "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners --- and in <the> geological relations of <the> present to <the> past inhabitants of that continent

"and in geological relations of present to past inhabitants of that continent"                (s/C2 + "-peak to mariners"/P)/Ch/+cp                 "speak to mariners"

10.               These facts seemed to me to throw some light on <the> origin of species

"These facts seemed to me to throw some light on origin of species"              (f/C2 + "-all to't"/P)/Ch/+cp               "fall to't"

11.
"that mystery of mysteries"                     (y/C2 + arely/P)/Ch/+cp                     yarely

12.
"as it has been called by one of our greatest philosophers"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/P)/Ch/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"On my return home"                          (b/C2 + estir/P)/Ch/+cp                      bestir

14.
"it occurred to me"                          (b/C1 + estir/P)/Ch/+cp                         bestir

15.
"in 1837"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/P)/Ch/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/22764/22764-h/22764-h.htm ,    
On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection
or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. (2nd edition)

INTRODUCTION.

When on board H.M.S. 'Beagle,' as naturalist, I was much struck with certain facts in the distribution of the inhabitants of South America, and in the geological relations of the present to the past inhabitants of that continent. These facts seemed to me to throw some light on the origin of species—that mystery of mysteries, as it has been called by one of our greatest philosophers. On my return home, it occurred to me, in 1837, that something might perhaps be made out on this question by patiently accumulating and reflecting on all sorts of facts which could possibly have any bearing on it. After five years' work I allowed myself to speculate on the subject, and drew up some short notes; these I enlarged in 1844 into a sketch of the conclusions, which then seemed to me probable: from that period to the present day I have steadily pursued the same object. I hope that I may be excused for entering on these personal details, as I give them to show that I have not been hasty in coming to a decision.

My work is now nearly finished; but as it will take me two or three more years to complete it, and as my health is far from strong, I have been urged to publish this Abstract. I have more especially been induced to do this, as Mr. Wallace, who is now studying the [2]natural history of the Malay archipelago, has arrived at almost exactly the same general conclusions that I have on the origin of species. Last year he sent me a memoir on this subject, ~ ~


"On Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection"               (Ch/C1 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Preservation of Favoured Races in Struggle for Life. (2nd edition)"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"On Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection"               (T/C1 + empest/GC/S/abT)/+bp                Tempest


1.
INTRODUCTION                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

"When on board H"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.                  <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

M                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                  Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

S               ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
Beagle                   (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/GC/S/abT)/+bp               "Boatswain Here"

6.
"as naturalist"                        (m/C2 + aster/GC/S/abT)/+bp                         master

7.     I was much struck with certain facts in <the> distribution of <the> inhabitants of South America

"I was much struck with certain facts in distribution of inhabitants of South America"             (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/GC/S/abT)/+bp               "what cheer"

8.    and in <the> geological relations of <the> present to <the> past inhabitants of that continent

"and in geological relations of present to past inhabitants of that continent"                (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/GC/S/abT)/+bp               "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners --- These facts seemed to me to throw some light on <the> origin of species

"These facts seemed to me to throw some light on origin of species "                (sp/C2 + "-eak to mariners"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"that mystery of mysteries"              (f/C2 + "-all to't"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                "fall to't"

11.
"as it has been called by one of our greatest philosophers"            (y/C2 + arely/GC/S/abT)/+bp              yarely

12.
"On my return home"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"it occurred to me"                       (b/C2 + estir/GC/S/abT)/+bp                       bestir

14.
"in 1837"                           (b/C1 + estir/GC/S/abT)/+bp                             bestir

15.
"that something might perhaps be made out on this question by patiently accumulating and reflecting on all sorts of facts which could possibly have any bearing on it"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.               After five years' work I allowed myself to speculate on <the> subject

"After five years' work I allowed myself to speculate on subject"                 ("my h-"/C2 + earts/GC/S/abT)/+bp                "my hearts"

17.
"and drew up some short notes"               (ch/C2 + eerly/GC/S/abT)/+bp               cheerly

18.                     these I enlarged in 1844 into <a> sketch of <the> conclusions

"these I enlarged in 1844 into sketch of conclusions"               (ch/C1 + eerly/GC/S/abT)/+bp            cheerly

19.
"which then seemed to me probable"               ("my h-"/C1 + earts/GC/S/abT)/+bp              "my hearts"

20.             from that period to <the> present day I have steadily pursued <the> same object

"from that period to present day I have steadily pursued same object"                 (y/C2 + are/GC/S/abT)/+bp               yare

21.
"I hope that I may be excused for entering on these personal details"                (y/C1 + are/GC/S/abT)/+bp               yare

22.                 as I give them to show that I have not been hasty in coming to <a> decision

"as I give them to show that I have not been hasty in coming to decision"               ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "on leaving Cambridge"/GC/S/abT)/+bp               "on leaving Cambridge"

23.                   Tend to <the> master's whistle

"My work is now nearly finished"                (T/C2 + "-end to master's whistle"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24.
"but as it will take me two or three more years to complete it"             (Bl/C2 + ow/GC/S/abT)/+bp               Blow

25.
"and as my health is far from strong"                (t/C2 + "-ill thou burst thy wind/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.
"I have been urged to publish this Abstract"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "if room enough"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.
"I have more especially been induced to do this"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter ALONSO"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"as M r"                        (S/C2 + EBASTIAN/GC/S/abT)/+bp                      SEBASTIAN

29.
Wallace                     ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + ANTONIO/GC/S/abT)/+bp                    ANTONIO

30.                  who is now studying <the> natural history of <the> Malay archipelago

"who is now studying ]natural history of Malay archipelago"              (F/C2 + ERDINAND/GC/S/abT)/+bp               FERDINAND

31.    has arrived at almost exactly <the> same general conclusions that I have on <the> origin of species

"has arrived at almost exactly same general conclusions that I have on origin of species"                 (G/C2 + ONZALO/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 GONZALO

32.                      Last year he sent me <a> memoir on this subject

"Last year he sent me memoir on this subject"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, 6th Edition"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2009/2009-h/2009-h.htm ,    
The Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, 6th Edition

ORIGIN OF SPECIES.

INTRODUCTION.

When on board H.M.S. Beagle, as naturalist, I was much struck with certain facts in the distribution of the organic beings inhabiting South America, and in the geological relations of the present to the past inhabitants of that continent. These facts, as will be seen in the latter chapters of this volume, seemed to throw some light on the origin of species—that mystery of mysteries, as it has been called by one of our greatest philosophers. ~ ~


"Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, 6th Edition"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, 6th Edition"               (T/C2 + empest/GC/S/abT)/+cp                Tempest


1.
"ORIGIN OF SPECIES"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

INTRODUCTION                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3.                  <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"When on board H"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                  Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

M               ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
S                    (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                    "Boatswain Here"

6.
Beagle                            (m/C2 + aster/GC/S/abT)/+cp                             master

7.
"as naturalist"                  (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                  "what cheer"

8. I was much struck with certain facts in <the> distribution of <the> organic beings inhabiting South America

"I was much struck with certain facts in distribution of organic beings inhabiting South America"                (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/GC/S/abT)/+cp               "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners --- and in <the> geological relations of <the> present to <the> past inhabitants of that continent

"and in geological relations of present to past inhabitants of that continent"                (sp/C2 + "-eak to mariners"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"These facts"                      (f/C2 + "-all to't"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                       "fall to't"

11.                     as will be seen in <the> latter chapters of this volume

"as will be seen in latter chapters of this volume"            (y/C2 + arely/GC/S/abT)/+cp              yarely

12.                   seemed to throw some light on <the> origin of species

"seemed to throw some light on origin of species"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"that mystery of mysteries"                     (b/C2 + estir/GC/S/abT)/+cp                 bestir

14.
"as it has been called by one of our greatest philosophers"                (b/C1 + estir/GC/S/abT)/+cp                bestir

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Power of Movement in Plants"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/5605/pg5605.html ,  
The Power of Movement in Plants

INTRODUCTION.

THE chief object of the present work is to describe and connect together several large classes of movement, common to almost all plants. The most widely prevalent movement is essentially of the same nature as that of the stem of a climbing plant, which bends successively to all points of the compass, so that the tip revolves. This movement has been called by Sachs "revolving nutation;" but we have found it much more convenient to use the terms circumnutation and circumnutate. ~ ~


"Power of Movement in Plants"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Power of Movement in Plants"               (T/C2 + empest/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                Tempest


1.
INTRODUCTION                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2. On <a> ship at sea --- <THE> chief object of <the> present work is to describe and connect together several large classes of movement

"chief object of present work is to describe and connect together several large classes of movement"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.                  <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"common to almost all plants"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- <The> most widely prevalent movement is essentially of <the> same nature as that of <the> stem of <a> climbing plant

"most widely prevalent movement is essentially of same nature as that of stem of climbing plant"               ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                     which bends successively to all points of <the> compass

"which bends successively to all points of compass"                   (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp               "Boatswain Here"

6.                    so that <the> tip revolves

"so that tip revolves"                   (m/C2 + aster/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                  master

7.
"This movement has been called by Sachs"             (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp               "what cheer"

8.
"revolving nutation"                (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp               "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners --- but we have found it much more convenient to use <the> terms circumnutation and circumnutate

"but we have found it much more convenient to use terms circumnutation and circumnutate"                (sp/C2 + "-eak to mariners"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The formation of vegetable mould through the action of worms, with observations on their habits"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2355/pg2355.html ,  
The formation of vegetable mould through the action of worms, with observations on their habits

INTRODUCTION.

The share which worms have taken in the formation of the layer of vegetable mould, which covers the whole surface of the land in every moderately humid country, is the subject of the present volume. This mould is generally of a blackish colour and a few inches in thickness. In different districts it differs but little in appearance, although it may rest on various subsoils. The uniform fineness of the particles of which it is composed is one of its chief characteristic features; and this may be well observed in any gravelly country, ~ ~


"formation of vegetable mould through action of worms, with observations on their habits"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"formation of vegetable mould through action of worms, with observations on their habits"               (T/C2 + empest/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                Tempest


1.
INTRODUCTION                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2. On <a> ship at sea --- <THE> share which worms have taken in <the> formation of <the> layer of vegetable mould

"share which worms have taken in formation of layer of vegetable mould"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- which covers <the> whole surface of <the> land in every moderately humid country

"which covers whole surface of land in every moderately humid country"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- is <the> subject of <the> present volume

"is subject of present volume"               ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.             This mould is generally of <a> blackish colour and <a> few inches in thickness

"This mould is generally of blackish colour and few inches in thickness"               (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp               "Boatswain Here"

6.
"In different districts it differs but little in appearance"                   (m/C2 + aster/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                  master

7.
"although it may rest on various subsoils"             (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp               "what cheer"

8. <The> uniform fineness of <the> particles of which it is composed is one of its chief characteristic features

"uniform fineness of particles of which it is composed is one of its chief characteristic features"                (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp               "Master Good"

9.                           speak to <the> mariners

"and this may be well observed in any gravelly country"                (sp/C2 + "-eak to mariners"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                 "speak to mariners"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/3332 ,  
Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication

CHAPTER I

DOMESTIC DOGS AND CATS.

The first and chief point of interest in this chapter is, whether the numerous domesticated varieties of the dog have descended from a single wild species, or from several. Some authors believe that all have descended from the wolf, or from the jackal, or from an unknown and extinct species. Others again believe, and this of late has been the favourite tenet, that they have descended from several species, extinct and recent, more or less commingled together. We shall probably never be able to ascertain their origin with certainty. Palæontology does not throw much light on the question, owing, on the one hand, to the close similarity of the skulls of extinct as well as living wolves and jackals, and owing, on the other hand, to the great dissimilarity of the skulls of the several breeds of the domestic dogs. It seems, however, that remains have been found in the later tertiary deposits more like those of a large dog than of a wolf, which favours the belief of De Blainville that our dogs are the descendants of a single extinct species. On the other hand, some authors go so far as to assert that every chief domestic breed must have had its wild prototype. This latter view is extremely improbable: it allows nothing for variation; it passes over the almost monstrous character of some of the breeds; and it almost necessarily assumes that a large number of species have become extinct since man domesticated the dog; whereas we plainly see that wild members of the dog-family are extirpated by human agency with much difficulty; even so recently as 1710 the wolf existed in so small an island as Ireland. ~ ~


"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication"               (T/C2 + empest/S)/+bp                Tempest


1.
"CHAPTER i DOMESTIC DOGS AND CATS"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/S)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                On <a> ship at sea --- <The> first and chief point of interest in this chapter is

"first and chief point of interest in this chapter is"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/S)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- whether <the> numerous domesticated varieties of <the> dog have descended from <a> single wild species

"whether numerous domesticated varieties of dog have descended from single wild species"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/S)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                  Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"or from several"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/S)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                Some authors believe that all have descended from <the> wolf

"Some authors believe that all have descended from wolf"                   (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/S)/+bp                   "Boatswain Here"

6.                     or from <the> jackal

"or from jackal"                           (m/C2 + aster/S)/+bp                            master

7.                   or from <an> unknown and extinct species

"or from unknown and extinct species"               (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/S)/+bp               "what cheer"

8.
"Others again believe"                 (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/S)/+bp                "Master Good"

9.              speak to <the> mariners --- and this of late has been <the> favourite tenet

"and this of late has been favourite tenet"                (sp/C2 + "-eak to mariners"/S)/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.
"that they have descended from several species"                  (f/C2 + "-all to't"/S)/+bp                "fall to't"

11.
"extinct and recent"                          (y/C2 + arely/S)/+bp                          yarely

12.
"more or less commingled together"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/S)/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"We shall probably never be able to ascertain their origin with certainty"               (b/C2 + estir/S)/+bp                 bestir

14.                     Palæontology does not throw much light on <the> question

"Palæontology does not throw much light on question"             (b/C1 + estir/S)/+bp                 bestir

15.
owing                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/S)/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.                     on <the> one hand

"on one hand"                         ("my h-"/C2 + earts/S)/+bp                     "my hearts"

17.           to <the> close similarity of <the> skulls of extinct as well as living wolves and jackals

"to close similarity of skulls of extinct as well as living wolves and jackals"                  (ch/C2 + eerly/S)/+bp                 cheerly

18.
"and owing"                              (ch/C1 + eerly/S)/+bp                             cheerly

19.                       on <the> other hand

"on other hand"                       ("my h-"/C1 + earts/S)/+bp                      "my hearts"

20.   to <the> great dissimilarity of <the> skulls of <the> several breeds of <the> domestic dogs

"to great dissimilarity of skulls of several breeds of domestic dogs"                   (y/C2 + are/S)/+bp                 yare

21.
"It seems"                                (y/C1 + are/S)/+bp                                  yare

22.
however               ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "on leaving Cambridge"/S)/+bp               "on leaving Cambridge"

23. Tend to <the> master's whistle --- that remains have been found in <the> later tertiary deposits more like those of <a> large dog than of <a> wolf

"that remains have been found in later tertiary deposits more like those of large dog than of wolf"                (T/C2 + "-end to master's whistle"/S)/+bp                 "Tend to master's whistle"

24. which favours <the> belief of <De> Blainville that our dogs are <the> descendants of <a> single extinct species

"which favours belief of Blainville that our dogs are descendants of single extinct species"                (Bl/C2 + ow/S)/+bp                  Blow

25.                     On <the> other hand

"On other hand"                (t/C2 + "-ill thou burst thy wind/S)/+bp                 "till thou burst thy wind"

26.
"some authors go so far as to assert that every chief domestic breed must have had its wild prototype"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "if room enough"/S)/+bp                 "if room enough"

27.
"This latter view is extremely improbable"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter ALONSO"/S)/+bp                 "Enter ALONSO"

28.
"it allows nothing for variation"                (S/C2 + EBASTIAN/S)/+bp                  SEBASTIAN

29.                  it passes over <the> almost monstrous character of some of <the> breeds

"it passes over almost monstrous character of some of breeds"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + ANTONIO/S)/+bp                  ANTONIO

30. and it almost necessarily assumes that <a> large number of species have become extinct since man domesticated <the> dog

"and it almost necessarily assumes that large number of species have become extinct since man domesticated dog"                    (F/C2 + ERDINAND/S)/+bp                 FERDINAND

31.                   whereas we plainly see that wild members of <the> dog

"whereas we plainly see that wild members of dog"                 (G/C2 + ONZALO/S)/+bp                 GONZALO

32.
"family are extirpated by human agency with much difficulty"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"/S)/+bp                 "and others ALONSO Good boatswain"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/24923/24923-h/24923-h.htm ,  
The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I.

INTRODUCTION.

The object of this work is not to describe all the many races of animals which have been domesticated by man, and of the plants which have been cultivated by him; even if I possessed the requisite knowledge, so gigantic an undertaking would be here superfluous. It is my intention to give under the head of each species only such facts as I have been able to collect or observe, showing the amount and nature of the changes which animals and plants have undergone whilst under man's dominion, or which bear on the general principles of variation. In one case alone, namely in that of the domestic pigeon, I will describe fully all the chief races, their history, ~ ~


"Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, V o l. i"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, V o l. i"               (T/C2 + empest/S)/+cp                Tempest


1.
INTRODUCTION                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/S)/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2. On <a> ship at sea --- <The> object of this work is not to describe all <the> many races of animals which have been domesticated by man

"object of this work is not to describe all many races of animals which have been domesticated by man"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/S)/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- and of <the> plants which have been cultivated by him

"and of plants which have been cultivated by him"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/S)/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.  Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- even if I possessed <the> requisite knowledge

"even if I possessed requisite knowledge"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/S)/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                so gigantic <an> undertaking would be here superfluous

"so gigantic undertaking would be here superfluous"                 (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/S)/+cp                 "Boatswain Here"

6. It is my intention to give under <the> head of each species only such facts as I have been able to collect or observe

"It is my intention to give under head of each species only such facts as I have been able to collect or observe"               (m/C2 + aster/S)/+cp               master

7. showing <the> amount and nature of <the> changes which animals and plants have undergone whilst under man's dominion

"showing amount and nature of changes which animals and plants have undergone whilst under man's dominion"               (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/S)/+cp               "what cheer"

8.                       or which bear on <the> general principles of variation

"or which bear on general principles of variation"                 (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/S)/+cp                "Master Good"

9.                     speak to <the> mariners

"In one case alone"                (sp/C2 + "-eak to mariners"/S)/+cp                 "speak to mariners"

10.                      namely in that of <the> domestic pigeon

"namely in that of domestic pigeon"                  (f/C2 + "-all to't"/S)/+cp                "fall to't"

11.                      I will describe fully all <the> chief races

"I will describe fully all chief races"                   (y/C2 + arely/S)/+cp                   yarely

12.
"their history"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/S)/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 1"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2871/pg2871.html ,  
The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 1

INTRODUCTION.

The object of this work is not to describe all the many races of animals which have been domesticated by man, and of the plants which have been cultivated by him; even if I possessed the requisite knowledge, so gigantic an undertaking would be here superfluous. It is my intention to give under the head of each species only such facts as I have been able to collect or observe, showing the amount and nature of the changes which animals and plants have undergone whilst under man's dominion, or which bear on the general principles of variation. In one case alone, namely in that of the domestic pigeon, ~ ~


"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 1"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)/Ch/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 1"               (T/C2 + empest/S)/Ch/+bp                Tempest


1.
INTRODUCTION                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/S)/Ch/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2. On <a> ship at sea --- <The> object of this work is not to describe all <the> many races of animals which have been domesticated by man

"object of this work is not to describe all many races of animals which have been domesticated by man"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/S)/Ch/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- and of <the> plants which have been cultivated by him

"and of plants which have been cultivated by him"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/S)/Ch/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- even if I possessed <the> requisite knowledge

"even if I possessed requisite knowledge"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/S)/Ch/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                so gigantic <an> undertaking would be here superfluous

"so gigantic undertaking would be here superfluous"                   (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/S)/Ch/+bp                   "Boatswain Here"

6. or from <the> jackal --- It is my intention to give under <the> head of each species only such facts as I have been able to collect or observe

"It is my intention to give under head of each species only such facts as I have been able to collect or observe"              (m/C2 + aster/S)/Ch/+bp              master

7. showing <the> amount and nature of <the> changes which animals and plants have undergone whilst under man's dominion

"showing amount and nature of changes which animals and plants have undergone whilst under man's dominion"               (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/S)/Ch/+bp               "what cheer"

8.                or which bear on <the> general principles of variation

"or which bear on general principles of variation"                 (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/S)/Ch/+bp                "Master Good"

9.                     speak to <the> mariners

"In one case alone"                (sp/C2 + "-eak to mariners"/S)/Ch/+bp                 "speak to mariners"

10.                  namely in that of <the> domestic pigeon

"namely in that of domestic pigeon"                  (f/C2 + "-all to't"/S)/Ch/+bp                "fall to't"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 2"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/2872/pg2872.html ,  
The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 2

CHAPTER 2.XIII.

The great principle of inheritance to be discussed in this chapter has been recognised by agriculturists and authors of various nations, as shown by the scientific term ATAVISM, derived from atavus, an ancestor; by the English terms of REVERSION, or THROWING-BACK; by the French PAS-EN-ARRIERE; and by the German RUCKSCHLAG, or RUCKSCHRITT. ~ ~


"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 2"               (Ch/C2 + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)/Ch/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication — Volume 2"               (T/C2 + empest/S)/Ch/+cp                Tempest


1.
"CHAPTER 2"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "act i scene i"/S)/Ch/+cp                 "act i scene i"

2.                       On <a> ship at sea

"x i i i"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "On ship at sea"/S)/Ch/+cp                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- <The> great principle of inheritance to be discussed in this chapter has been recognised by agriculturists and authors of various nations

"great principle of inheritance to be discussed in this chapter has been recognised by agriculturists and authors of various nations"                (t/C2 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/S)/Ch/+cp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4. Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain --- as shown by <the> scientific term ATAVISM

"as shown by scientific term ATAVISM"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/S)/Ch/+cp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"derived from atavus"                   (B/C2 + "-oatswain Here"/S)/Ch/+cp                   "Boatswain Here"

6.                     or from <the> jackal --- <an> ancestor

ancestor                              (m/C2 + aster/S)/Ch/+cp                             master

7.                     by <the> English terms of REVERSION

"by English terms of REVERSION"               (wh/C2 + "-at cheer"/S)/Ch/+cp               "what cheer"

8.
"or THROWING"                  (M/C2 + "-aster Good"/S)/Ch/+cp                  "Master Good"

9.                     speak to <the> mariners

BACK                  (sp/C2 + "-eak to mariners"/S)/Ch/+cp                  "speak to mariners"

10.                       by <the> French PAS

"by French PAS"                        (f/C2 + "-all to't"/S)/Ch/+cp                       "fall to't"

11.
"E N"                               (y/C2 + arely/S)/Ch/+cp                                 yarely

12.
"ARRIERE"                ([ŋ=  w=]/C2 + "or we run ourselves aground"/S)/Ch/+cp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.                       and by <the> German RUCKSCHLAG

"and by German RUCKSCHLAG"                   (b/C2 + estir/S)/Ch/+cp                    bestir

14.                     Palæontology does not throw much light on <the> question

"Palæontology does not throw much light on question"             (b/C1 + estir/S)/Ch/+cp                 bestir

15.
"or RUCKSCHRITT"                ([ŋ=  y=]/C2 + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/S)/Ch/+cp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume II (of 2)"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/28897/28897-h/28897-h.htm ,    
The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume II (of 2)

CHAPTER XII.

INHERITANCE.

The subject of inheritance is an immense one, and has been treated by many authors. One work alone, 'De l'Hérédité Naturelle,' by Dr. Prosper Lucas, runs to the length of 1562 pages. We must confine ourselves to certain points which have an important bearing on the general subject of variation, both with domestic and natural productions. It is obvious that a variation which is not inherited throws no light on the derivation of species, nor is of any service to man, except in the case of perennial plants, which can be propagated by buds.

If animals and plants had never been domesticated, and wild ones alone had been observed, we should probably never have heard the saying, that "like begets like." The proposition would have been as self-evident, ~ ~


"Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume i i (of 2)"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/T)                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume i i (of 2)"               (T/P + empest/T)                Tempest


1.
"CHAPTER x i i"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "act i scene i"/T)                    "act i scene i"

2.                     On <a> ship at sea

INHERITANCE                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "On ship at sea"/T)                   "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- <The> subject of inheritance is <an> immense one

"subject of inheritance is immense one"                (t/P + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/T)                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"and has been treated by many authors"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/T)                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"One work alone"                   (B/P + "-oatswain Here"/T)                    "Boatswain Here"

6.                    De <l'>Hérédité Naturelle

"De Hérédité Naturelle"                           (m/P + aster/T)                            master

7.
"by D r"                           (wh/P + "-at cheer"/T)                              "what cheer"

8.
"Prosper Lucas"                         (M/P + "-aster Good"/T)                      "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners --- runs to <the> length of 1562 pages

"runs to length of 1562 pages"               (s/P + "-peak to mariners"/T)                "speak to mariners"

10. We must confine ourselves to certain points which have <an> important bearing on <the> general subject of variation

"We must confine ourselves to certain points which have important bearing on general subject of variation"             (f/P + "-all to't"/T)             "fall to't"

11.
"both with domestic and natural productions"                 (y/P + arely/T)                 yarely

12.    It is obvious that <a> variation which is not inherited throws no light on <the> derivation of species

"It is obvious that variation which is not inherited throws no light on derivation of species"                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "or we run ourselves aground"/T)                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"nor is of any service to man"                       (b/P + estir/T)/+bp                       bestir

14.                      except in <the> case of perennial plants

"except in case of perennial plants"                     (b/P + estir/T)/+cp                    bestir

15.
"which can be propagated by buds"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/T)                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"If animals and plants had never been domesticated"                (my/P + hearts/T)/+cp             "my hearts"

17.
"and wild ones alone had been observed"                (ch/P + eerly/T)/+bp                 cheerly

18.                  we should probably never have heard <the> saying

"we should probably never have heard saying"                (ch/P + eerly/T)/+cp                 cheerly

19.
that                                  (my/P + hearts/T)/+cp                            "my hearts"

20.
"like begets like"                              (y/P + are/T)/+bp                                yare

21.                       <The> proposition would have been as self

"proposition would have been as self"                    (y/P + are/T)/+cp                    yare

22.
evident                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "on leaving Cambridge"/T)                 "on leaving Cambridge"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "Volcanic Islands"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/3054/pg3054.html ,    
Volcanic Islands

CRITICAL INTRODUCTION.

The preparation of the series of works published under the general title "Geology of the Voyage of the 'Beagle'" occupied a great part of Darwin's time during the ten years that followed his return to England. The second volume of the series, entitled "Geological Observations on Volcanic Islands, with Brief Notices on the Geology of Australia and the Cape of Good Hope," made its appearance in 1844. The materials for this volume were collected in part during the outward voyage, when the "Beagle" called at St. Jago in the Cape de Verde Islands, and St. Paul's Rocks, and at Fernando Noronha, but mainly during the homeward cruise; then it was that the Galapagos Islands were surveyed, the Low Archipelago passed through, and Tahiti visited; ~ ~


"Volcanic Islands"               (Ch/P + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Volcanic Islands"                            (T/P + empest/S)                         Tempest


1.
"CRITICAL INTRODUCTION"                   ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "act i scene i"/S)                    "act i scene i"

2.      On <a> ship at sea --- <The> preparation of <the> series of works published under <the> general title

"preparation of series of works published under general title"               ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "On ship at sea"/S)                "On ship at sea"

3.       <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- Geology of <the> Voyage of <the>

"Geology of Voyage of"                (t/P + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/S)                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.               Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

Beagle                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/S)                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.       occupied <a> great part of Darwin's time during <the> ten years that followed his return to England

"occupied great part of Darwin's time during ten years that followed his return to England"                 (B/P + "-oatswain Here"/S)                  "Boatswain Here"

6.                    <The> second volume of <the> series

"second volume of series"                         (m/P + aster/S)                           master

7.
entitled                            (wh/P + "-at cheer"/S)                              "what cheer"

8.
"Geological Observations on Volcanic Islands"               (M/P + "-aster Good"/S)               "Master Good"

9. speak to <the> mariners --- with Brief Notices on <the> Geology of Australia and <the> Cape of Good Hope

"with Brief Notices on Geology of Australia and Cape of Good Hope"               (sp/P + "-eak to mariners"/S)                "speak to mariners"

10.
"made its appearance in 1844"                      (f/P + "-all to't"/S)                    "fall to't"

11.          <The> materials for this volume were collected in part during <the> outward voyage

"materials for this volume were collected in part during outward voyage"               (y/P + arely/S)               yarely

12.                      when <the>

when                ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "or we run ourselves aground"/S)                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
Beagle                                    (b/P + estir/S)/+bp                                 bestir

14.
"called at S t"                             (b/P + estir/S)/+cp                                 bestir

15.                   Jago in <the> Cape de Verde Islands

"Jago in Cape de Verde Islands"                ([ŋ=  y=]/P + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/S)                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
"and S t"                             ("my h-"/P + earts/S)/+cp                        "my hearts"

17.
"Paul's Rocks"                               (ch/P + eerly/S)/+bp                           cheerly

18.
"and at Fernando Noronha"                       (ch/P + eerly/S)/+cp                      cheerly

19.                   but mainly during <the> homeward cruise

"but mainly during homeward cruise"               ("my h-"/P + earts/S)/+cp              "my hearts"

20.                  then it was that <the> Galapagos Islands were surveyed

"then it was that Galapagos Islands were surveyed"                  (y/P + are/S)/+bp                 yare

21.                      <the> Low Archipelago passed through

"Low Archipelago passed through"                      (y/P + are/S)/+cp                      yare

22.
"and Tahiti visited"                 ([ŋ=  w=]/P + "on leaving Cambridge"S)                 "on leaving Cambridge"

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Voyage of the Beagle"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/3704/3704-h/3704-h.htm ,    
http://www.gutenberg.org/files/3704/3704-h/chi.html ,    
The Voyage of the Beagle
A Naturalist's Voyage Round the World

JOURNAL

Chapter I

ST. JAGO—CAPE DE VERD ISLANDS

After having been twice driven back by heavy south-western gales, Her Majesty's ship Beagle" a ten-gun brig, under the command of Captain Fitz Roy, R.N., sailed from Devonport on the 27th of December, 1831. The object of the expedition was to complete the survey of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, commenced under Captain King in 1826 to 1830--to survey the shores of Chile, Peru, and of some islands in the Pacific--and to carry a chain of chronometrical measurements round the World. On the 6th of January we reached Teneriffe, but were prevented landing, by fears of our bringing the cholera: ~ ~


"Voyage of Beagle"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/+bp                "Charles Darwin's work"
"Naturalist's Voyage Round World"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/P)/+cp                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Voyage of Beagle"                          (T/T + empest/P)                     Tempest


1.
"JOURNAL Chapter i S T"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "act i scene i"/P)/+bp                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea

JAGO                    ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "On ship at sea"/P)/+bp                   "On ship at sea"

3.            <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"CAPE DE VERD ISLANDS After having been twice driven back by heavy south"                (t/T + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/P)/+bp                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                   Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"western gales"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/P)/+bp                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.
"Her Majesty's ship Beagle"              (B/T + "-oatswain Here"/P)/+bp               "Boatswain Here"

6.                         <a> ten

ten                                     (m/T + aster/P)/+bp                                 master

7.
"gun brig"                           (wh/T + "-at cheer"/P)/+bp                       "what cheer"

8.                     under <the> command of Captain Fitz Roy

"under command of Captain Fitz Roy"                (M/T + "-aster Good"/P)/+bp               "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

R                         (sp/T + "-eak to mariners"/P)/+bp                    "speak to mariners"

10.
N                                  (f/T + "-all to't"/P)/+bp                                 "fall to't"

11.                   sailed from Devonport on <the> 27th of December

"sailed from Devonport on 27th of December"                (y/T + arely/P)/+bp                yarely

12.
"1831"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "or we run ourselves aground"/P)/+bp                 "or we run ourselves aground"

13.     <The> object of <the> expedition was to complete <the> survey of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego

"object of expedition was to complete survey of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego"               (b/T + estir/P)/+bp               bestir

14.
"commenced under Captain King in 1826 to 1830"               (b/T + estir/P)/+cp                bestir

15.                   to survey <the> shores of Chile

"to survey shores of Chile"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/P)/+bp                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.
Peru                                 ("my h"/T + earts/P)/+bp                          "my hearts"

17.                   and of some islands in <the> Pacific

"and of some islands in Pacific"                   (ch/T + eerly/P)/+bp                      cheerly

18.               and to carry <a> chain of chronometrical measurements round <the> World

"and to carry chain of chronometrical measurements round World"               (ch/T + eerly/P)/+cp            cheerly

19.                  On <the> 6th of January we reached Teneriffe

"On 6th of January we reached Teneriffe"                 ("my h"/T + earts/P)/+cp                          "my hearts"

20.
"but were prevented landing"                         (y/T + are/P)/+bp                        yare

21.                       by fears of our bringing <the> cholera

"by fears of our bringing cholera"                       (y/T + are/P)/+cp                      yare

Et cetera.



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Charles Darwin's  "The Voyage of the Beagle"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/944/pg944.html ,  
The Voyage of the Beagle

PREFACE

I have stated in the preface to the first Edition of this work, and in the Zoology of the Voyage of the Beagle, that it was in consequence of a wish expressed by Captain Fitz Roy, of having some scientific person on board, accompanied by an offer from him of giving up part of his own accommodations, that I volunteered my services, which received, through the kindness of the hydrographer, Captain Beaufort, the sanction of the Lords of the Admiralty. As I feel that the opportunities which I enjoyed of studying the Natural History of the different countries we visited, have been wholly due to Captain Fitz Roy, I hope I may here be permitted to repeat my expression of gratitude to him; and to add that, during the five years we were together, I received from him the most cordial friendship and steady assistance. Both to Captain Fitz Roy and to all the Officers of the Beagle I shall ever feel most thankful for the undeviating kindness with which I was treated during our long voyage.

This volume contains, in the form of a Journal, a history of our voyage, and a sketch of those observations in Natural History and Geology, ~ ~


"Voyage of Beagle"               (Ch/T + "-arles Darwin's work"/S)                "Charles Darwin's work"

"Voyage of Beagle"                          (T/T + empest/S)                     Tempest


1.               PREFACE I have stated in <the> preface to <the> first Edition of this work

"PREFACE I have stated in preface to first Edition of this work"                ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "act i scene i"/S)                 "act i scene i"

2.                   On <a> ship at sea --- and in <the> Zoology of <the> Voyage of <the> Beagle

"and in Zoology of Voyage of Beagle"               ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "On ship at sea"/S)                "On ship at sea"

3. <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard --- that it was in consequence of <a> wish expressed by Captain Fitz Roy

"that it was in consequence of wish expressed by Captain Fitz Roy"                (t/T + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/S)                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                   Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

"of having some scientific person on board"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/S)                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.             accompanied by <an> offer from him of giving up part of his own accommodations

"accompanied by offer from him of giving up part of his own accommodations"              (B/T + "-oatswain Here"/S)               "Boatswain Here"

6.
"that I volunteered my services"                       (m/T + aster/S)                       master

7.
"which received"                          (wh/T + "-at cheer"/S)                       "what cheer"

8.                       through <the> kindness of <the> hydrographer

"through kindness of hydrographer"                (M/T + "-aster Good"/S)               "Master Good"

9.                speak to <the> mariners

"Captain Beaufort"                   (sp/T + "-eak to mariners"/S)              "speak to mariners"

10.                  <the> sanction of <the> Lords of <the> Admiralty

"sanction of Lords of Admiralty"                    (f/T + "-all to't"/S)                      "fall to't"

11. As I feel that <the> opportunities which I enjoyed of studying <the> Natural History of <the> different countries we visited

"As I feel that opportunities which I enjoyed of studying Natural History of different countries we visited"                (y/T + arely/S)                yarely

12.
"have been wholly due to Captain Fitz Roy"             ([ŋ=  w=]/T + "or we run ourselves aground"/S)             "or we run ourselves aground"

13.
"I hope I may here be permitted to repeat my expression of gratitude to him"               (b/T + estir/S)/+bp               bestir

14.
"and to add that"                               (b/T + estir/S)/+cp                            bestir

15.                     during <the> five years we were together

"during five years we were together"                ([ŋ=  y=]/T + "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"/S)                 "Exit Enter Mariners Boatswain Heigh"

16.                I received from him <the> most cordial friendship and steady assistance

"I received from him most cordial friendship and steady assistance"               ("my h"/T + earts/S)/+bp              "my hearts"

17. Both to Captain Fitz Roy and to all <the> Officers of <the> Beagle I shall ever feel most thankful for <the> undeviating kindness with which I was treated during our long voyage

"Both to Captain Fitz Roy and to all Officers of Beagle I shall ever feel most thankful for undeviating kindness with which I was treated during our long voyage"            (ch/T + eerly/S)/+bp             cheerly

18.
"This volume contains"                          (ch/T + eerly/S)/+cp                        cheerly

19.                     in <the> form of <a> Journal

"in form of Journal"                 ("my h"/T + earts/S)/+cp                          "my hearts"

20.                       in <the> form of <a> Journal

"in form of Journal"                             (y/T + are/S)/+bp                             yare

21.                     and <a> sketch of those observations in Natural History and Geology

"and sketch of those observations in Natural History and Geology"              (y/T + are/S)/+cp               yare

Et cetera.



Jean-Baptiste Lamarck
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Jean-Baptiste+Lamarck ,  

*    ("Herbert Spencer" /T/Ch)/S  >>  ("Charles Darwin" /T)/P  >>  ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P

>>           Jean Baptiste de Lamarck, Lamarck, Chevalier de Lamarck

*   ("Jean-Baptiste Lamarck" /S)/P  >>  Lamarck /P  >>  "Jean Baptiste de La-marck" /T/Ch  >>  "Chevalier de La-marck" /T  >>  "Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet" /GC/S/abT

Born                            August 1, 1744(1744-08-01)                     Bazentin, Picardie
Died                   December 18, 1829(1829-12-18) (aged 85)                           Paris

"1744"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/S)/+bp                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"
August                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/S)/+cp                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"
"1"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/S)/Ch/+bp                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"
"Bazentin, Picardie"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/S)/Ch/+cp                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"

"1829"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/GC/S/abT)/+bp                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"
December                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/GC/S/abT)/+cp                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"
"18"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+bp                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"
Paris                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/GC/S/abT)/Ch/+cp                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"

>> In 1801, he published Système des animaux sans vertèbres, a major work on the classification of invertebrates, a term he coined.

*              "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"  >>  (invertebrates /P)/C1

>>               he became a student under Bernard de Jussieu, a notable French naturalist.
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Bernard+de+Jussieu ,  
"Bernard de Jussieu"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/P)/Ch                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"

>>  Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, one of the top French scientists of the day, mentored Lamarck,
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Georges-Louis+Leclerc%2c+Comte+de+Buffon ,  
"Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/T)/Ch                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"

>>              he made colleague André Thouin the child's godfather
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Andr%c3%a9+Thouin ,    
"André Thouin"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/GC/S/abT)/Ch                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"

>>               Antoine Laurent de Jussieu
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Antoine+Laurent+de+Jussieu ,    
"Antoine Laurent de Jussieu"                 (J/C2 + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/S)/Ch                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"

>>               René Louiche Desfontaines
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Ren%c3%a9+Louiche+Desfontaines ,    
"René Louiche Desfontaines"                 (J/GC/S/abT + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/T)/Ch                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"

>>              Charles-Claude Flahaut de la Billaderie, comte d'Angiviller
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Charles-Claude+Flahaut+de+la+Billaderie%2c+comte+d'Angiviller ,  
"Charles-Claude Flahaut de la Billaderie, comte d'Angiviller"                 (J/GC/S/abT + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/P)/Ch                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"

>>               Georges Cuvier
http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Georges+Cuvier ,      
"René Louiche Desfontaines"                 (J/GC/S/abT + "ean-Baptiste Lamarck"/S)/Ch                  "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck"


http://www.lamarck.cnrs.fr/ice/ice_book_list.php?lang=en&type=text&bdd=lamarck&table=ouvrages_lamarck&typeofbookId=1&num=0 ,  
• M. le Chevalier De Lamarck,            Flore françoise, 1779.
• J. B. Lamarck,                 Recherches sur les causes des principaux faits physiques, 1794.
• J. B. Lamarck,                 Réfutation de la théorie pneumatique, 1796.
• J. B. Lamarck,                 Mémoires de physique et d'histoire naturelle, 1797.
• Lamarck,                      Annuaires météorologiques, 1800-1810.
• J. B. Lamarck,                 Système des Animaux sans vertèbres, 1801.
• J. B. Lamarck,                 Recherches sur l’organisation des corps vivans, 1802.
• J. B. Lamarck,                 Hydrogéologie, 1802.
• J. B. Lamarck,                 Philosophie zoologique, 1809.
• Jean Baptiste Lamarck,        Extrait du cours de zoologie sur les animaux sans vertèbres, 1812.
• M. De Lamarck,                Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres, 1815-1822.
• M. le Chevalier De Lamarck,   Système analytique des connaissances positives de l’homme, 1820.


"Flore françoise"               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/S)               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Flore françoise"                               (T/C1 + empest/S)                          Tempest

"Recherches sur causes des principaux faits physiques"               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/S)/Ch               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Recherches sur causes des principaux faits physiques"               (T/C1 + empest/S)/Ch               Tempest

"Réfutation de théorie pneumatique"               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/T)               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Réfutation de théorie pneumatique"                    (T/C1 + empest/T)                 Tempest

"Mémoires de physique et d'histoire naturelle"               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/T)/Ch               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Mémoires de physique et d'histoire naturelle"               (T/C1 + empest/T)/Ch               Tempest

"Annuaires météorologiques"               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/P)               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Annuaires météorologiques"                    (T/C1 + empest/P)                   Tempest

"Système des Animaux sans vertèbres"               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/P)/Ch               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Système des Animaux sans vertèbres"               (T/C1 + empest/P)/Ch               Tempest

"Recherches sur organisation des corps vivans"               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/GC/S/abT)               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Recherches sur organisation des corps vivans"               (T/C1 + empest/GC/S/abT)               Tempest

Hydrogéologie               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/GC/S/abT)/Ch               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
Hydrogéologie               (T/C1 + empest/GC/S/abT)/Ch               Tempest

"Philosophie zoologique"               (J/T + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/C1)               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Philosophie zoologique"                           (T/T + empest/C1)                      Tempest

"Extrait du cours de zoologie sur animaux sans vertèbres"               (J/T + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/C1)/Ch               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Extrait du cours de zoologie sur animaux sans vertèbres"               (T/T + empest/C1)/Ch               Tempest

"Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres"               (J/P + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/C1)               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres"               (T/P + empest/C1)               Tempest

"Système analytique des connaissances positives de homme"               (J/P + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/C1)/Ch               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Système analytique des connaissances positives de homme"               (T/P + empest/C1)/Ch                Tempest



>>     Phonetic correspondence   between    Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's  "Flore françoise"    and    William Shakespeare's    "The Tempest"

http://www.lamarck.cnrs.fr/ice/ice_book_detail.php?lang=en&type=text&bdd=lamarck&table=ouvrages_lamarck&bookId=3&typeofbookId=1&num=0 ,  
Flore françoise

< ( I ) >

EXTRAIT DES REGISTRES

DE

L'ACADÉMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES.

Du 6 Février 1779.

M.RS DUHAMEL & GUETTARD ayant rendu compte de l’ Ouvrage de M. le Chevalier de Lamarck, intitulé : Flore Françoise : l'Académie a juge cet Ouvrage digne de paroitre avec son Approbation ; en foi de quoi j'ai signé le présent certificat. Le 10 Février 1779.

Signé Le Marquis DE CONDORCET,
Secrétaire perpétuel de l'Académie Royale des Sciences.


* Extrait du Rapport fait par M.rsDuhamel & Guettard, de l'Ouvrage de M. de Lamarck, intitulé Flore Françoise.

Nous Commissaires, M. Duhamel & moi, avons été nommés par l'Académie, pour examiner un Ouvrage de M. le Chevalier de Lamarck, intitulé : Flore Françoise, ou Description succincte de toutes les Plantes qui croissent naturellement en France, ~ ~


"Flore françoise"               (J/C1 + "-ean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"/S)               "Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's writing"
"Flore françoise"                               (T/C1 + empest/S)                          Tempest


1.
"i"                          ([ŋ=  w=]/C1 + "act i scene i"/S)                         "act i scene i"

2.          On <a> ship at sea --- EXTRAIT DES REGISTRES DE <L'>ACADÉMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES

"EXTRAIT DES REGISTRES DE ACADÉMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES"               ([ŋ=  w=]/C1 + "On ship at sea"/S)                "On ship at sea"

3.                     <a> tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard

"Du 6 Février 1779"                (t/C1 + "-empestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"/S)                 "tempestuous noise of thunder and lightning heard"

4.                   Enter <a> Master and <a> Boatswain Master Boatswain

M                ([ŋ=  y=]/C1 + "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"/S)                 "Enter Master and Boatswain Master Boatswain"

5.                 DUHAMEL & GUETTARD ayant rendu compte de <l’> Ouvrage de M

"DUHAMEL & GUETTARD ayant rendu compte de Ouvrage de M"              (B/C1 + "-oatswain Here"/S)               "Boatswain Here"

6.                   <le> Chevalier de <La>marck

"Chevalier de marck"                       (m/C1 + aster/S)                       master

7.
intitulé                              (wh/C1 + "-at cheer"/S)                           "what cheer"

8.
"Flore Françoise"                    (M/C1 + "-aster Good"/S)                        "Master Good"

9.     speak to <the> mariners --- <l'>Académie a juge cet Ouvrage digne de paroitre avec son Approbation

"Académie a juge cet Ouvrage digne de paroitre avec son Approbation"                   (sp/C1 + "-eak to mariners"/S)              "speak to mariners"

10.                 en foi de quoi <j'>ai signé <le> présent certificat

"en foi de quoi ai signé présent certificat"                    (f/C1 + "-all to't"/S)                      "fall to't"

11.                   <Le> 10 Février 1779

"10 Février 1779"                              (y/C1 + arely/S)&n