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Excerpts from Letters and Journal Entries

Darwin's letters to his family and John Henslow (who recommended Darwin for the Beagle voyage) reveal him to be a rather passive man, but with a great passion for natural history. He writes of both personal experiences and his scientific observations and collections.

Credits: Cambridge University Press 1996. Reproduced with the permission of Cambridge University Press.

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