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The Correspondence of Charles Darwin: Volume 19, 1871 1st Edition

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Review of volumes 19 and 20:
"The editing and organization of these volumes is, as always, superb; the Darwin Correspondence really does set the standard against which all comparable projects have to be measured. In addition to a wonderfully erudite editorial apparatus (the footnotes alone contain a wealth of invaluable information), all the surviving letters Darwin received are published ... as well as by dates, topics and so on ... the importance and usefulness of these volumes go well beyond the world of Darwin, or even studies of the many forms of nineteenth-century evolutionism. No Victorianist should be without them."
Jim Endersby, British Journal for the History of Science

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This pivotal volume of Charles Darwin's letters will for the first time provide researchers and general readers with the full text of more than 800 letters written and received by Darwin in 1871, the year he made his long-awaited public statement on human evolution in Descent of Man.

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