Darwin: a life in science
Continuing their successful series on famous scientists, White and Gribbin present a lucid and accessible account of Darwin's life and work. Organized in alternating biographical chapters (written by White) and scientific chapters (written by Gribbin), Darwin explains the forces that shaped this seminal figure and the effect he has had on our culture and knowledge.
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A clear explanation of Darwin's Life, how he came to be on the Beagle, and some of the background issues that were relevant in Victorian times. Read full review