| DARWIN CHARLES: The Voyage of the Beagle. New York: E. P.
Dutton & Co.; 1950.|
In England this famous and unmatchable account of Darwin's five-year trip around the world was published under the title Journal of Researches into the Geology and Natural History of the Various Countries Visited by H. M. S. Beagle. A reprint of this edition was published in New York in 1952 by Hafner.
|--: The Diary of the Voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, edited from the
Lady Nora Barlow, granddaughter of Darwin. Cambridge: The University Press; 1933.|
Here are Darwin's own vivid and unfolding impressions as he jotted them down from day to day.
|BARLOW NORA: Charles Darwin and the Voyage of the Beagle. London: Pilot Press; 1945. Darwin's Beagle notebook and his affectionate, descriptive letters home.|
| DARWIN CHARLES: The Origin of Species. New York: The Modern
This classic which changed the world's thought offers rich, rewarding, and not difficult reading. But if time is lacking Chapters i-vi and xv will provide the most important parts of Darwin's theory.
|--: The Descent of Man. New York: The Modern Library; 1936.|
The Descent of Man and The Origin of Species are here pre-