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&i;`Wallace is one of the most important figures of nineteenth-century biology and in character among its most admirable. He is also one of the very few, like Darwin and Maxwell, whose importance grows with time. This volume, a well-written biography interleaved with Wallace's own writing, brings the great naturalist to life.'&o; E O Wilson
Jane R. Camerini is a faculty associate in the department of the History of Science at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.