Charles Darwin S Foremost Biographer, Janet Browne, Delivers A Vivid And Accessible Introduction To The Book That Permanently Altered Our Understanding Of What It Is To Be Human A Sensation On Its Publication In 1859, The Origin Of The Speciesprofoundly Shocked Victorian Readers By Calling Into Question The Belief In A Creator With Its Description Of Evolution Through Natural Selection And Darwin S Seminal Work Is Nearly As Controversial Today In Her Illuminating Study, Browne Delves Into The Long Genesis Of Darwin S Theories, From His Readings As A University Student And His Five Year Voyage On The Beagle , To His Debates With Contemporaries And Experiments In His Garden She Explores The Shock To Darwin When He Read Of Competing Scientist S Similar Discoveries And The Wide And Immediate Impact Of Darwin S Theories On The World As One Of The Launch Titles In Atlantic Monthly Press Books That Changed The World Series, Browne S History Takes Readers Inside The Origin Of The Species And Shows Why It Can Fairly Claim To Be The Greatest Science Book Ever Published.
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- 174 pages
- Darwins Origin of the Species
- Janet Browne
- 19 August 2019 Janet Browne