The Autobiography of Charles Darwin
Everyone has heard of Darwinism, but few are familiar with Darwin the man. Here we have the story of his life told by the man himself. Charles Darwin's autobiographical recollections were written for his children - without any thought that they would ever be published and reveal a humble man who preferred the companionship and counsel of his family to that of the eminent scientists who surrounded him. This gentle self-portrait provides a unique insight into the beliefs and principles of the moral man whose theories on evolution shook the foundations of traditional religion.
The Autobiography of Charles Darwin also includes Reminiscences of My Father's Everyday Life, by Sir Francis Darwin, exploring Charles Darwin's views on religion.
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