On the Origin of Species
Author Charles Darwin, Intro by Peter Garratt
Initially received with muted applause, Darwin's The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection was soon recognised as the breakthrough scientific advance that explained the evidence of the world around us, the place and history of humans, the connections between environment and evolution. Still regarded by some as radical, Darwin's contribution to world knowledge is immeasurable.
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Hardback, Deluxe edition, printed on silver, matt laminated, gold and silver foil stamped, embossed., 504 pages, 211000 words
Series: Great Works that Shape our World
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 30 mm