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The Origin of Species

By Charles Darwin, Greg Suriano (Editor)

Publisher: Gramercy, June 1998
ISBN: 0517123207
MY HERO recommends this book to adult readers.
One of the most famous and influential books of its (or any) time, The Origin of Species is, surprisingly, little read. True enough, most people know what it says—-or think they do, at any rate. The first comprehensive statement of the theory of natural selection it does, indeed, provide the basic argument and demonstration of what we think of as Darwinism.
User Reviews:
Michelle | 10/16/2008 1:37 AM
Darwin was a very interesting person
tatianna | 11/7/2007 12:08 AM
good job
savage | 10/16/2007 3:07 AM
i am a student in year nine and am in the process of working on a project on Charles Darwin i think all of his theories make near enough perfect sense. i have thouroughly enjoyed working on him and believe him to have been an exraordinary man!
Ali Alyami | 10/8/2007 4:24 AM
Darwin was not sure about what he wrote.He used like (iffy words) in his book.
The question is: why do humans stop changing?
jake | 5/1/2007 3:24 AM
this book is completly amazing its well... good
Lauren Oodvah | 4/27/2006 7:24 AM
This book is completely ludicrous. God created us. And besides Darwin even said before he died, that his studies were wholly wrong.Thank you
Umar Maain Athif | 1/18/2006 11:24 PM
The Origin of Species is good. But, i believe that the Quran has proven that darwins theory about a monkey turning to a human being is not true. Allah has created the first human being Adam as a human being.
i believe that the theory about human being is not true.
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