The Darwin Conspiracy

The Darwin Conspiracy

[a Novel]

DAISY - 2005
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The mysteries behind Charles Darwin's stunning theory of evolution and natural selection form the crux of Darnton's novel, which blends history and imaginative drama to thought-provoking effect. Darnton tells his story from three perspectives: Charles Darwin as a young man enthralled by nature, growing into manhood and professional ambitions on his voyage aboard the Beagle to South America, where he first formulated his theories; Lizzie Darwin, the naturalist's youngest daughter, a budding feminist constrained by Victorian society who eventually stumbles across a secret that transforms her relationship with her father; and modern-day scholars Hugh Kellum and Beth Dulcimer who compete--then collaborate--in efforts to discover the genesis of Darwin's theory.
Publisher: Grand Haven, Mich. : Brilliance Audio, 2005.
ISBN: 9781593358303
Branch Call Number: TBMP3 FICTION DAR
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (12 hrs.)


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