New York : W.W. Norton, 1991.
Describes Darwin's work as a naturalist, and presents an intimate portrait of him as a son, brother, father, and husband.
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It always seems like there are so many biographies of Darwin that no one could possibly find anything new to write, but each author manages to take a different approach to this complex man. This author explores Darwin's mysterious illness that plagued most of his adult life, and his forays into psuedoscience in an attempt to find some cure. An interesting look at the topic, well worth the time to read.