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Darwin : the man, his great voyage, and his theory of evolution / John van Wyhe

By: Van Wyhe, John [author. ].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookLondon : André Deutsch, 2018 ©2008Description: 160 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps, portraits ; 25 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780233005362 (hbk.).Subject(s): Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882 | Beagle Expedition (1831-1836) | Naturalists -- England -- Biography | Scientists -- England -- Biography | Evolution (Biology) | Scientists | Naturalists | EnglandGenre/Form: Biographies.DDC classification: 576.82092 WYH Summary: Take a look at the life of the incredible scientist who forever altered our view of life on earth. Darwin follows the man from his birth to his last days, delving into his groundbreaking publications, far-flung travels, and theories on evolution. More than 160 stunning images and illustrations include personal diary entries, letters, and handwritten notes, as well as sketches from Darwin's famous works. In compelling detail, this illustrated biography covers not only Darwin's scientific career and On the Origin of Species, but also his personal struggles, allowing us to truly see and understand the human being.
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The content of this book first appeared in Darwin, 2008.

At head of title: Natural History Museum

Includes bibliographical references (page 158) and index.

Take a look at the life of the incredible scientist who forever altered our view of life on earth. Darwin follows the man from his birth to his last days, delving into his groundbreaking publications, far-flung travels, and theories on evolution. More than 160 stunning images and illustrations include personal diary entries, letters, and handwritten notes, as well as sketches from Darwin's famous works. In compelling detail, this illustrated biography covers not only Darwin's scientific career and On the Origin of Species, but also his personal struggles, allowing us to truly see and understand the human being.

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