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Charles Robert Darwin, the scientist, produced a prolific array of work during his lifetime (1809-1882). This is the FREE e-Book version of his autobiography. Download it now!
Mr. Darwin has always been a fascinating person.
Charles Darwin, a name the literate population of the world will always remember with great reverence. I would have been glad if he had elaborated his expedition in Galapagos which as I belief was the main source and inspiration of his great book "the Origin of Species". The autobiography is small compared to his great life but this is most natural because an empty vessel sounds much. With all my best respect and regards to the great soul who raised the natural science to the summit for betterment of human knowledge. Sujit Bagchi.
This work was famed naturalist, Charles Darwin's first mature and persuasive work to explain how species change through the development and process of natura...
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The three (3) objectives of this work are to first consider whether man, like every other species, is a descendant from a pre-existing form. Second, the manne...
The publication of Darwin's On the Origin of Species in 1859 ignited a public storm he neither wanted nor enjoyed. Having offered his book as a contribution t...
The text of the present volume shows without further comment the nature of Darwin's labors and their results on his momentous voyage. Download this FREE eBook...
A brutally honest and unconventional account of life in the Apartheid Police, five years before Mr Nelson Mandela was released from jail in South Africa. This...
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