Hope Leslie, or Early Times in Massachusetts
Without setting out to be controversial, Darwin nevertheless upturned the view that the Universe was ordered by a benevolent God. Instead he depicted a world where existence depended on chance and struggle. As such, he was possibly the most revolutionary writer of the Victorian age and this, his greatest work, is considered a landmark in scientific and philosophical thought.
- Electronic book text
- 24 Oct 2001
- Penguin Books Ltd (Digital)
- United Kingdom