The origins of Darwin

Moore, Pat
September 1998
In Britain;Sep98, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p24
Features the British naturalist Charles Darwin and the places and sites where he had stayed. His book `The Origin of Species,' and `The Descent of Man'; Description of Darwin's family house in Mount, Shrewsbury, England; His education; His passion for earthworms. INSET: Further information.


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