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Darwin Illness

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Some Australian Observations …

Some Australian Observations
upon the Prolonged Illness
of
Charles Darwin

A delightful piece of prose in a style CP Snow may have appreciated which asks the question 'would Darwin have chucked a sickie?'

Presented at the RiAus to a re-launch of the South Australian chapter of the Australian Science Communicators association by Dr Rob Morrison.

Yes, that Rob Morrison of the Curiosity Show.

(c)2009 Rob Morison - used with permission.

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  • 1. Some Australian Observations<br />upon the Prolonged Illness<br />of <br />Charles Darwin<br />Dr Rob Morrison<br />
  • 2. CP Snow: The Two Cultures; 1959<br />
  • 3. Ships<br />
  • 4. Early Surgeons<br />
  • 5. The Fatal Shore<br />
  • 6. Charles<br />Boy<br />Young Man<br />Robert, Father<br />Erasmus, Grandfather<br />Parents, Robert & Susannah<br />
  • 7. Captain Fitzroy, Beagle<br />
  • 8. Darwin in Australia<br />
  • 9. Early Sydney<br />
  • 10. Convict Chain Gangs<br />
  • 11. HMS Beagle<br />
  • 12.
  • 13. Down House<br />
  • 14. Life and Work at Down House<br />
  • 15. Darwin<br />at Down<br />
  • 16. Alfred Russell Wallace<br />
  • 17. Some influential friends<br />Lyell<br />Hooker<br />Huxley<br />
  • 18. On the Origin of Species; Nov 24 1859<br />
  • 19. Alfred Russell Wallace Charles Robert Darwin<br />
  • 20. Charles Robert Darwin, 1809-1882<br />

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