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75 Wiltshire’s statement about the role of science also echoes the Romantic attitude to woman, and Nature itself, as a mystery for the male author(ity) to explore. Where ideas about gender are concerned, there is a striking overlap between the discourses of science and Romanticism which, together with religious discourse, were implicated in maintaining Victorian definitions of femininity. 76 Romanes, for instance, ends his discussion of the differences between men and women by quoting a literary text which played a key role in the gender debate.

According to Bloom, the view of polar exploration as a humanistic enterprise involving great self-sacrifice dates from this expedition, or rather to the search parties sent after it, because ‘these men and ships were sent out to the Arctic not for material gain, but rather to save their fellow countrymen from death or to bring back their bodies’ (p. 118). She points out that Tennyson’s poem Ulysses, which celebrates heroic self-sacrifice in the Romantic tradition, was originally dedicated to Franklin.

Poovey points out that, even before Darwin, the uterus was seen as the most important organ not only in the female body, but of the ‘Race’. She quotes from W. Tyler Smith’s lecture series on obstetrics (1847–8): ‘the uterus is to the Race what the heart is to the Individual: it is the organ of circulation to the species’ (p. 35). The idea of an evolutionary imperative reinforced existing ideas that women had a moral responsibility to fulfil their role as mothers, and to accept their subordination to men.

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