Darwin, His Daughter, and Human Evolution by Randal Keynes

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In a chest of drawers bequeathed by his grandmother, author Randal Keynes discovered the writing case of Charles and Emma Darwin’s beloved daughter Annie Darwin, who died at the age of ten. He also found the notes Darwin kept throughout Annie's illness, the eulogy he delivered at her funeral—and provocative new insights into Darwin’s views on nature, evolution, and the human condition. In Darwin, His Daughter & Human Evolution, Keynes shows that Darwin was not "a cold intellect with no place for love in his famous 'struggle for existence,' [but]...a man of uncommon warmth" (Scientific American).

Creation: The True Story of Charles Darwin is now a major motion picture and the movie tie-in paperback is also available from Riverhead Books.


About Randal Keynes

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Randal Keynes is a great-great grandson of Charles Darwin and a great nephew of the economist John Maynard Keynes.
Published November 5, 2002 by Riverhead. 448 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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In this intimate portrait of the great naturalist as devoted family man, Keynes describes how Charles Darwin's "life and his science were all of a piece."

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