The Origin of Species

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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.

Charles Darwin, M.A.,

Fellow of the Royal, Geological, Linnean, etc. societies; Author of Journal of researches during H. M. S. Beagle's Voyage round the world.

London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1859

  1. /Preface
  2. /Introduction
  3. /Chapter 1 - Variation Under Domestication
  4. /Chapter 2 - Variation Under Nature
  5. /Chapter 3 - Struggle for Existence
  6. /Chapter 4 - Natural Selection
  7. /Chapter 5 - Laws of Variation
  8. /Chapter 6 - Difficulties on Theory
  9. /Chapter 7 - Instinct
  10. /Chapter 8 - Hybridism
  11. /Chapter 9 - On the Imperfection of the Geological Record
  12. /Chapter 10 - On The Geological Succession of Organic Beings
  13. /Chapter 11 - Geographical Distribution
  14. /Chapter 12 - Geographical Distribution continued
  15. /Chapter 13 - Mutual Affinities of Organic Beings: Morphology: Embryology: Rudimentary Organs
  16. /Chapter 14 - Recapitulation and Conclusion
  17. /Glossary

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