By: Michael Freeman
310 pages, 27 col illus, 105 b/w illus
Documents the effects, both energising and unsettling, of Darwin's theories on Victorian society. Rock and fossil collecting crazes emerged, writers and artists discovered new sources of imagery and cathedral-like museums sprang up in cities and towns.
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