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Penguin Books, publishers, London - ISBN:0140131922, 1992. paperback, 5" x 7¾" (1¾" thick). Previous owner's details to front endpaper. Book in GOOD condition. Forty-two b&w photographs, notes, bibliography, and index. This text is the winner of the 1991 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Biography. "Adrian Desmond and James Moore's majestic biography replants Darwin in the social and cultural soil that nourished and shaped his science," the Independent reviewer write, "They reconstruct a new Darwin from the vast corpus of notebooks, diaries and letters published during the last ten years a magnificent achievement.