The Origin of Species

Further reading

  • Browne, Janet (2007), Darwin's Origin of Species: A Biography, Grove Press, ISBN 978-0-87113-953-5 
  • Malthus, Thomas Robert (1826), An Essay on the Principle of Population: A View of its Past and Present Effects on Human Happiness; with an Inquiry into Our Prospects Respecting the Future Removal or Mitigation of the Evils which It Occasions (6th ed.), London: John Murray, retrieved 15 December 2006 
  • Reznick, David N. (2009), The Origin Then and Now: An Interpretive Guide to the Origin of Species, Princeton University Press, ISBN 978-0-691-12978-5 
  • Schopf, J. William; Scheibel, Arnold B. (1997), The Origin and Evolution of Intelligence, Boston: Jones and Bartlett, ISBN 0-7637-0365-6 
  • van Hoorn, Marijn (2009), Teyler, Winkler, Darwin (Lecture given at the Congress of the European Botanical and Horticultural Libraries Group, Prague, 23 April 2009), Teyler Net (Weblog of the Teylers Museum, Haarlem), retrieved 27 April 2010 

Contemporary reviews

  • Carpenter, William Benjamin (1859), "Darwin on the Origin of Species", National Review 10 (December 1859): 188–214 . Published anonymously.
  • Gray, Asa (1860), "(Review of) The Origin of Species", Athenaeum (1710: 4 August 1860): 161 . Extract from Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 4 (1860): 411–415.
  • Huxley, Thomas Henry (1859), "Time and Life: Mr Darwin's Origin of Species", Macmillan's Magazine 1: 142–148 .
  • Huxley, Thomas Henry (1859), "Darwin on the Origin of Species", The Times (26 December 1859): 8–9 . Published anonymously.
  • Jenkin, Fleeming (1867), "(Review of) The Origin of Species", North British Review 46 (June 1867): 277–318 . Published anonymously.
  • Murray, Andrew (1860), "On Mr Darwin's Theory of the Origin of Species", Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 4: 274–291 .
  • Owen, Richard (1860), "Review of Darwin's Origin of Species", Edinburgh Review 3 (April 1860): 487–532 . Published anonymously.
  • Wilberforce, Samuel (1860), "(Review of) On the Origin of Species, by means of Natural Selection; or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life", Quarterly Review 108 (215: July 1860): 225–264 . Published anonymously.
  • For further reviews, see Darwin Online: Reviews & Responses to Darwin, Darwin Online, 10 March 2009, retrieved 18 June 2009 

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