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"If anyone goes down
to the seashore now,

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if man or boy seeks to follow
in our traces,

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let he realize at once before he takes
the trouble to roll up his sleeves,

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that his zeal will end
in labor lost.

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There is nothing now,
where in our days,

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there was so much.

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Then the rocks between
tide and tide

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were submarine gardens of a beauty

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that seemed often to be fabulous."

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Dennis Potter's play,
"Where Adam Stood",

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is a free adaptation of this book,

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Edmund Gosse's small autobiographical
masterpiece about his father,

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the marine biologist, Philip Gosse.

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It was first published in 1907.

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It's the story of his relationship
with his father, Philip Henry Gosse,

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an English naturalist who was a
member of an extreme Protestant sect

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who were, and indeed still are,
known as "The Plymouth Brethren."

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After the death of Gosse's wife,

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father and son moved to
a small seaside village.

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There the naturalist allowed
his son to accompany him

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as he went out looking
for new marine specimens,

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wading through rock pools to do so.

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The little boy even discovered
a new species of sea anemone,

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one he describes as
"The Walled Corklet".

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In 1857, Darwin started to test
out his theory of Natural Selection

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on a few chosen scientists,

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one of whom was Philip Gosse,

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a man Darwin seems to
have respected and liked.

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If the natural world had evolved and
species were not fixed and immutable,

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it threatened something very
important to Philip GosseΨ

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The idea that the Bible
was literally true.

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"Every instinct in his intelligence",
writes Gosse of his father's reaction,

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"went out to great the new light".

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He argued that the kind of fossils
you might find on this beach

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were relics of a time that predated
the moment of God's creation,

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a time which hadn't really
happened at all.

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This kind of thing
went down very badly

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with both Creationists
and Darwinians.

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Potter gets Philip Gosse
absolutely rightΨ

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He doesn't caricature him
or betray him.

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This adaptation
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