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Darwin's Notebook


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Darwin’s Notebook is a biography with a difference. It provides a full and detailed account of Charles Darwin’s life and discoveries, but is written, designed and illustrated to look like a personal notebook.

By mining the rich sources of Darwin’s own journals and books, and incorporating a variety of quotations and illustrations, Darwin’s Notebook brings its subject to life more vividly than any ordinary biography. It reveals the man behind the theories and examines Darwin’s personal and family life as well as the amazing impact of his ideas and the world’s reaction to them.

Key Features:

  • Hardback
  • Published – Oct 2009

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