By: Charles Darwin(Author), Samantha Evans(Editor)
350 pages, 19 b/w illustrations
Darwin and Women focusses on Darwin's correspondence with women and on the lives of the women he knew and wrote to. It includes a large number of hitherto unpublished letters between members of Darwin's family and their friends that throw light on the lives of the women of his circle and their relationships, social and professional, with Darwin. The letters included are by turns entertaining, intriguing, and challenging, and are organised into thematic chapters, including botany and zoology as well as marriage and servants, that set them in an accessible narrative context. Darwin's famous remarks on women's intelligence in Descent of Man provide a recurring motif, and are discussed in the foreword by Gillian Beer, and in the introduction. The immediacy and variety of these texts make this an entertaining read which will suggest avenues for further research to students.
3. Children Charissa Varma
4. Scientific wives and allies
5. Observing plants
6. Companion animals
7. Insects and angels
8. Observing humans
10. Writers and critics
11. Religion Paul White
13. Servants and governesses
14. Ascent of woman
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Samantha Evans is an associate editor of the Darwin Correspondence Project.
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