Considered one of the 19th century's greatest scientific and travel books, this classic volume details his journeys and intellectual endeavors, from his friendships with the natives to his startlement at the strange creatures who lived there.
This replica of the 1890 tenth edition, complete with all the beautiful original line drawings and maps, will thrill students of natural history, armchair travelers, and anyone fascinated by the human urge to explore.
--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
This book did not match the one displayed. There were no chapters, sentences stopped part way down a page, leaving the rest of the page blank and restarting on the next page. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mr Ian Burns
A seminal work giving an insight into a scientist methods of the time. An essential book for all biologists and ecologists.Published 5 months ago by Mike Jones
Printing isn't great but for the price it's fine. Fantastic book, genius.Published 7 months ago by Shannon
You heard about Charles Darwin. This is about the other guy who wan't rich enough to make the headlines.Published 7 months ago by Mary Finean
I have long been a Darwin follower - not blindly, but by careful studying of the facts - and was rather ignorant of Alfred Russell Wallace. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Paul Comerford
This book from this seller is a poorly foraged copy of the book - I guess the price should have been the tip-off. Read morePublished 12 months ago by andrew rogers
Had to send back as print quality was illegible, I was disappointed as I so wanted to read this bookPublished 17 months ago by R Dubois
I received this a few days ago and I had to return it and hopefully, it will be picked up tomorrow. There are typesetting errors where sentences just run into each other or just... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ai-Lin