Darwin's Notebook: The Life, Times, and Discoveries of Charles Robert Darwin

Darwin's Notebook: The Life, Times, and Discoveries of Charles Robert Darwin

Jonathan Clements / Sep 22, 2019

Darwin s Notebook The Life Times and Discoveries of Charles Robert Darwin One of the most fascinating writers and scientists the world has ever seen Charles Darwin is presented in this journal like biography through his personal writings and discoveries Progress with Darwi

  • Title: Darwin's Notebook: The Life, Times, and Discoveries of Charles Robert Darwin
  • Author: Jonathan Clements
  • ISBN: 9780762437764
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One of the most fascinating writers and scientists the world has ever seen, Charles Darwin is presented in this journal like biography through his personal writings and discoveries Progress with Darwin through his early schooling, his studies in the Galapagos Islands, the writing and publication of The Evolution of Species, and his long term legacy This is a detailed accOne of the most fascinating writers and scientists the world has ever seen, Charles Darwin is presented in this journal like biography through his personal writings and discoveries Progress with Darwin through his early schooling, his studies in the Galapagos Islands, the writing and publication of The Evolution of Species, and his long term legacy This is a detailed account of Darwin s life and discoveries, but it is written, designed, and illustrated to resemble a personal notebook or journal.On the bicentennial anniversary of his birth, Clements provides an intimate look into Darwin s degeneration of faith, his personal relationships, the acclaim and criticism from scholars and friends, and his lasting legacy to science Discover both the scientific and personal sides of Charles Darwin with this beautifully bound, illustrated biography.

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      • Jonathan Clements

        Jonathan Clements is an author, translator, biographer and scriptwriter His non fiction works include biographies of Confucius, Marco Polo, Mao Zedong, Koxinga and Qin Shihuangdi He also writes for NEO magazine and is the co author of encyclopedias of anime and Japanese television dramas.


    715 Comments

    1. Darwin's Notebook is a great summary about Darwin and his theory of natural selection. Jonathan Clements, the Author of this book, combines Darwin's biography with his discoveries and writings and present them with illustrations that look like a real notebook. Besides the scientific part of the book, i really appreciate the artistic part of the book as well. It gives a detailed information about Darwin's early life, his journey to the Beagle, his observations, his questions and his famous book ' [...]


    2. El libro ha estado muy bueno, me ha encantado, no me habia dado cuenta que solo me faltaba una página para terminar de leerlo. Me ha gustado mucho leer sobre la vida de Darwin, me he sentido muy identificada y como biologa, me encanta las ciencias, así que cada detalle que tiene el libro lo he disfrutado un monton, en especial los dibujos e imagenes que son bellísimas. Me encanto :) .


    3. A great summary of Darwin's life, achievements, ideas, legacy, how his theory came to be and the major debates it ignited back in the days. Recommended.



    4. One of the greatest books So informative and i loved the flow of eventsI like how it combined science with history with biography and it is a good book for those who want to understand Darwin's life and thoughts


    5. Charles Darwin is widely know for contributions to biology and the theory of evolution through his book, On The Origin of Species. In fact, he made many other biological observations and wrote many other books. Darwin's Notebook tells these stories and more from Darwin's life.This book seamlessly displays Darwin's life and ideas in a notebook-like format that is both more visually appealing and entertaining to read than most biographies. The book features a mix of quotes, pictures, and drawings [...]


    6. I was pretty impressed with this book. First of all, I loved the layout. It's broken nicely into sections and each "chapter" is just two pages. It made for a nice reading, since you could easily stop any time. More frequently, I'd read "just one more". Due to the style of the book, it feels like a light read, but I found it to actually be quite comprehensive. I was already pretty familiar with Darwin's life and work, yet I picked up some new tidbits from this book. It also did a great job of put [...]


    7. This was an easy book to read with a new topic each time the page was turned. It gave a good glance at Darwin's life with a bit of extra information at the end after his death. This is a good book to pick up when you have little time to read as two pages at a time is all that is needed in one sitting. I also liked the side notes and the quotes inserted throughout the pages. I would recommend this book to anyone who would like an introduction into what Darwin was all about; his family, his travel [...]


    8. Biography of the famous biologist, Charles Darwin.Sepia photographs. Quotes in copperplate handwriting. Ink drawings, black-and-white pictures, some colour reproductions. Index at the end.After the life of Darwin, the work describes how his Theory of Evolution has been updated and the latest scientific findings with respect to human evolution. The text states that there was no interbreeding with Neanderthals. Since publication (2009) scientific consensus has moved to the position that people aro [...]


    9. Excellent summary of the contributions and long-term impact of Charles Darwin. Beautiful format, full of pictures and drawings, and just the right amount of information on each topic (150 pages). I've read a lot of Darwin and I would recommend this as a readable book for anyone interested in knowing more about Darwin's life.






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