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This paper discusses the various peer experiences and relationships had by Charles Darwin as they are related in his autobiography. The influence of his father, education and interest in natural science on his peer choices are addressed.
From the Paper:"From the grim severe looking image of Charles Darwin on the cover of 'The Autobiography of Charles Darwin' one might think the scientific genius responsible for the theory of evolution lacked a sense of humor. Reading the numerous anecdotes of family peers colleagues and detractors in this work clearly shows Darwin in possession of a sound sense of humor. A love of snuff dogs beetles and shooting and hunting reveal a personal side of Darwin in this charming and self-effacing autobiography which is particularly ..."
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Charles Darwin and His Life (2008, December 01) Retrieved August 18, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/charles-darwin-and-his-life-123267/
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