By Paul H Barrett

The 13th quantity in a 29-volume set which include all Charles Darwin's released works. Darwin was once essentially the most influential figures of the nineteenth century. His paintings is still a principal topic of analysis within the heritage of principles, the historical past of technological know-how, zoology, botany, geology and evolution.

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