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‎Darwin, C. [F. Burckhardt ed.]‎

Reference : ND20193

(1985)

‎The Correspondence of Charles Darwin. Volumes 1-10 (1821-1862).‎

‎1985-1997 xxix, 702, xxxiii, 603, xxix, 523, xxxiii, 711, xxix, 705, xxix, 637, xxxv, 671, xxxvii, 766, xxxiii, 609, xxxvii, 936 p., several figs & pls, num. portraits, cloth (dust jacket). Four volumes with the signature of Dr. A. Brouwer in first end-papers, else clean and spotless.Good set of the cloth-bound edition (in good dust jackets) of the first 10 volumes, which includes the very interesting years just before, during and after the first appearance of ''The Origin of Species".‎


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‎[Darwin, C.] F. Burkhardt & S. Smith (eds)‎

Reference : ND20265

(1985)

‎A Calendar of the Correspondence of Charles Darwin, 1821-1882.‎

‎1985 [6], 690 p., portrait, 4to, cloth. Added is: Supplement to the Calendar, 1994 (iii, 46 p.).‎


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‎Darwin Charles‎

Reference : RO30337445

(1985)

ISBN : 2707112852

‎2 volumes/Voyage d'un naturaliste autour du monde Tome I: Des îles du Cap-Vert à la Terre de Feu+ Tome II: Les Andes, les Galapagos et l'Australie‎

‎La découverte. 1985. In-12. Broché. Etat passable, Coins frottés, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 251+299 pages. Quelques rousseurs.. . . . Classification Dewey : 910.41-Tours du monde‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 910.41-Tours du monde‎

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‎DARWIN, CHARLES.‎

Reference : 54156

(1873)

‎A fajok eredete a termÃszeti kiválás útján vagyis az elonyÃs válfajok fenmaradása a lÃtÃrti kÃŒzdelemben. [Hungarian - i.e. On the Origin of Species... Translated by Dapsy Lászlà and revised by Margà Tivadar]. 2 vols. - [THE FIRST HUNGARIAN "ORIGIN OF SPECIES"]‎

‎Budapest, Kiadja a TermÃszettudományi Társulat [Academy of Sciences], 1873 & 1874. 8vo. In two contemporary embossed full cloth bindings with gilt letter- and numbering to spine. Frontiespiece of Darwin soiled and small red stamp to lower part of title-page on volume 1. A very fine and clean copy. XVI, (2), 303, (1); VII, (1), 361, (1) pp. + 1 leaf of Advertisement + 2 plates (A frontiespiece of Darwin and one listing the evolution of the different generations).‎


‎The exceedingly rare first Hungarian translation of Darwin's "Origin of Species". The first Hungarian "Origin" is, together with the Serbian and Spanish translation, arguably the scarcest of all the translations of the work and very few copies of it are known. The Hungarian public was introduced to Darwinism early on when Ferenc Jánosi reviewed The Origin of Species in the Budapesti Szemle (Budapest Review) a half year after it first appeared in English. Darwin's principal works were first published in Hungarian translation by the Royal Hungarian Natural Science Society (Királyi Magyar TermÃszettudományi Társulat). Translator Dapsy Lászlà had been actively working to make Darwin and his idea known in Hungary. Through his articles, he consistently presented Darwinism as a possible model for the type of progressive society that Hungary should attempt to achieve thus being one of the very earliest to apply Darwin's theories to human society and politics in general. "Dapsy's translation, inspired by liberal ideals of progress, increasingly became part of the conservative discourse of Hungarian politics, reinterpreted and appropriated according to the nationalist agendas merging in Hungarian Society". (Mund, The Reception of Charles Darwin in Nineteenth-Century Hungarian Society).Prior to his translation in 1872 Dapsy wrote Darwin: "I am sorry to say that as yet, here such tendencies are received with a good deal of aversion, but I believe that by-and-by they will accept it, and it would be a great advancement for our political life too". (Dapsy to Darwin, 12 June 1872). Darwin's response is not known. "It is characteristic of the enlightened spirit of the country in this period that Darwin received academic recognition earlier in Hungary than in England. Although Cambridge did not honor Darwin until 1879, he was elected an honorary member of The Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1872, the same year on this occasion the renowned Hungarian zoologist Tivadar Margà visited him at Down.Historical circumstances played a major role in this quick appearance of Darwinism and its popularity in Hungary. The failure of the 1848-49 revolution and war of independence seemingly put an end to progressive political discourse, signaling an ideological crisis among the intelligentsia. In this context, the natural sciences with their 'eternal truths' promised a way out, inasmuch as science's promised objectivity might well serve as a politically neutral expression of progressive values" (Mund, The Reception of Charles Darwin in Nineteenth-Century Hungarian Society).The present book was one of four scientific works published between 1872 and 1874 by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the others being Bernhard von Cotta's Geologie der Gegenwart (1865), Huxley's Lectures on the Elements of Comparative Anatomy (1864), and Tyndall's Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion (1863). An advertisement for these books occurs on the final leaf of vol. II.During Darwin's lifetime, 'Origin' was published in eleven different languages, some of them in more than one edition: The first foreign translation was the German (1860), followed by a Dutch (1860), French (1862), French (1862), Italian (1864), Russian (1864), Swedish (1869), Danish (1872), Hungarian (1873), Spanish (1877) and Serbian (1878), the last three by far being the rarest. OCLC locates only three complete copies: Paris Mazarin Library, University Library of Szeged and The Huntington Library, CA. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin only hold volume 1. Freeman 703.‎

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‎DARWIN, CHARLES‎

Reference : 58619

(1890)

‎Arternes Oprindelse gjennem naturligt Udvalg eller de bedst skikkede Formers Bevarelse i Striden for Livet. Oversatte efter Originalens VI. Udgave af Ingebret Suleng. 2 vols. - [FIRST NORWEGIAN TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S 'ORIGIN OF SPECIES']‎

‎Fagerstrand pr. HÞvik, Bibliothek for de tusen hjem, (1890). Small 8vo. 2 volumes uniformly bound in contemporary half calf with gilt lettering to spines. Ex-libris pasted on to pasted down front free end-paper on both volumes. Previous owner's name to both front free end-papers. Extremities with wear and spines cracked. Internally fine and clean. 379, (5) pp.; 383 pp.‎


‎The rare first Norwegian translation of Darwin's Origin of Species. It was published by businessman and publisher Johan SÞrensen (1830-1918) as a part of 'Bibliothek for de tusen hjem' (Library for Every Home)."The first volume came out at the end of 1889, in five parts and a total of 379 pages. Each part cost 30 Þre, making a total price of 1 kroner 50 Þre. The following year , 1890, the second volume appeared and this consisted of four parts totaling 383 pages and cost 1 kroner 20 Þre. The books were translated from the English sixth and final edition by the Master of the Arendal Public Secondary College, Ingebret Suleng (1852-1928)" (Glick, The Reception of Charles Darwin in Europe).Not in Freeman‎

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‎DARWIN, CHARLES.‎

Reference : 53520

(1884)

‎Az Ember SzármazÃsa Ãs az Ivari Kiválás [i.e. Hungarian: "The Descent of Man."]. [Translated by:] TÃrÃk Aurei Ãs Entz GÃza. 2 vols. - [FIRST HUNGARIAN TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S "THE DESCENT OF MAN"]‎

‎Budapest, Kiadja A. K. M., 1884. 8vo. In the publisher's original two embossed full red cloth bindings with gilt lettering to spine. Small vague stamp to both half-titles. Hindges loose on volume i. A fine fine and clean copy. LXXI, (1), 542 pp.; VII, 5, 436 pp.‎


‎The exceedingly rare first Hungarian translation of Darwin's The Descent of Man. "Compared with the original and with a biography by Margà Tivador" (Freeman). The Hungarian public was introduced to Darwinism early on when Ferenc Jánosi reviewed The Origin of Species in the Budapesti Szemle (Budapest Review) a half year after it first appeared in English. Darwin's principal works were first published in Hungarian translation by the Royal Hungarian Natural Science Society (Királyi Magyar TermÃszettudományi Társulat). The Origin of Species, translated by Lászlà Dapsy, was published in 1873; The present work in 1884 and a few years later, in 1897, the latter work was translated anew and published by Lászlà Seress. "It is characteristic of the enlightened spirit of the country in this period that Darwin received academic recognition earlier in Hungary than in England. Although Cambridge did not honor Darwin until 1879, he was elected an honorary member of The Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1872, the same year on this occasion the renowned Hungarian zoologist Tivadar Margà visited him at Down.Historical circumstances played a major role in this quick appearance of Darwinism and its popularity in Hungary. The failure of the 1848-49 revolution and war of independence seemingly put an end to progressive political discourse, signaling an ideological crisis among the intelligentsia. In this context, the natural sciences with their 'eternal truths' promised a way out, inasmuch as science's promised objectivity might well serve as a politically neutral expression of progressive values" (Mund, The Reception of Charles Darwin in Nineteenth-Century Hungarian Society)."Darwin wrote, in the preface to the second edition, of 'the fiery ordeal through which this book has passed'. He had avoided the logical outcome of the general theory of evolution, bringing man into the scheme, for twelve years, and in fact it had, by that time, been so much accepted that the clamour of the opposition was not strident. He had also been preceded in 1863 by Huxley's Man's place in nature. The book, in its first edition, contains two parts, the descent of man itself, and selection in relation to sex. The word 'evolution' occurs, for the first time in any of Darwin's works, on page 2 of the first volume of the first edition, that is to say before its appearance in the sixth edition of The origin of species in the following year." (Freeman).Freeman no. 1084.‎

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‎DARWIN, CHARLES.‎

Reference : 56991

(1844)

‎Brief Descriptions of several Terrestrial Planariae, and of some remarkable Marine Species, with an Account of their Habits. - [DARWINâS FIRST PUBLICATION ON TAXONOMY]‎

‎London, Taylor and Francis, 1844. 8vo. In a nice later half morocco binding with five raised bands and gilt lettering to spine. Blind stamped to upper outer corner of first leaf of table of contents. In "The Annals and Magazine of Natural History", volume 14. A very fine and clean copy. [Darwin's paper] pp. pp. 241-251.. [Entire volume:] vii, [1] - 472 + 12 plates. ‎


‎First edition of Darwin's paper on flatworms collected by him during the Beagle voyage, one of the important early papers by Darwin on invertebrates originally intended for publication in The Zoology of the Voyage of HMS Beagle. This is Darwin's first publication on taxonomy: illustrated with a plate drawn by Darwin, it describes a new genus and 15 new species of flatworm. Extremely rare on the market."The paper on flatworms [...] was Darwin's first venture into taxonomy. In it, he described a new genus and 15 new species; most of the latter are still recognised as valid. He took a great deal of interest in these animals, making extensive notes on their morphology and behaviour" (Porter, Darwin's Sciences).Previously familiar only with marine species, Darwin was astounded to discover two new species of flatworm living on dry land in Brazil. He was intrigued by their close resemblance to snails, and evolutionary questions may well lie behind his strong interest in them. PROVENANCE: From the collection William Pickett Harris, Jr. (1897 - 1972) (pencil note on p. iii). American investment banker and biologist. Following a career in banking, Harris was appointed Associate Curator of the Museum of Zoology at the University of Michigan in 1928. "[Harris] played a highly important role in developing mammalogy and systematic collections of mammals at the University of Michigan" (Hooper p. 923).Freeman 1669‎

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‎DARWIN, CHARLES.‎

Reference : 53191

(1891)

‎Briefe von Darwin. Mit Erinnerungen und Erlaeuterungen. (i.e. English "Letters on Geology"). - [RARE FIRST TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S FIRST PUBLISHED WORK]‎

‎Berlin, GebrÃŒder Paetel, 1891. Large8vo. In a nice contemporary half calf binding with 5 raised bands and gilt lettering to spine. In "Deutsche Rundschau", Band 67, 1891. Green leather title-label and red leather tome-label to spine, Small paper label pasted on to top left corner of front board. Two stamps to first leaf and one stamp to P. 476. Light wear to extremities, internally very fine and clean. Pp. 357-390. [Entire volume: IV, 480 pp.]‎


‎The Exceedingly rare first (and only 19th century) translation of Darwin's first published work "Letters on Geology" from 1835. The pamphlet was initially published without Darwin's consent and he was "a good deal horrified" when he learned about the publication, which explains the posthumous translation. The work contains extracts from ten letters written by Darwin to John Stevens Henslow (1796-1861) during his five-year voyage on the Beagle. Henslow, the charismatic and well-connected Regis Professor of Botany at Cambridge, was Darwin's close friend and first mentor in natural history and responsible for obtaining for Darwin his position as ship's naturalist aboard the Beagle. Henslow had this pamphlet printed without Darwin's knowledge for distribution amongst the members of the Cambridge Philosophical Society "in consequence of the interest which has been excited by some of the Geological notices which they contain, and which were read at a Meeting of the Society on the 16th of November 1835" an act which secured Darwin's reputation with the scientific community even before his return to England in October, 1836. "It has always been assumed that it was issued, to members of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, in December 1835 and this is probably so , but I have not seen a copy with a dated ownership inscription, or accession stamp, for that year" (Freeman).The original pamphlet was reprinted in facsimile in 1960, again for private circulation in the Cambridge Philosophical Society and for friends of that Society. Only two translations has been made: The present first and a Russian from 1959 (Freeman 7).Freeman No. 6.‎

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‎DARWIN Charles‎

Reference : 45051

‎CHARLES DARWIN: His Life Told in an Autobiographical Chapter, and in a Selected Series of his Published Letters ‎

‎London, John Murray, 1908, in-8 hardcover, VI + 348 pp, frontispice. Inscription from Francis Darwin (dedicated to Mrs Dowdall), with a manuscript letter by Francis Darwin. Cover in good condition, inside good.‎


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‎Darwin (Charles)‎

Reference : 22137

(1999)

ISBN : 2908965143

‎De la fécondation croisée des Orchidées, par les insectes et des bons résultats du croisement‎

‎Sens 1999 In-8 broché, 332 pp. Préface Pascal Acot. Publié avec le concours du Centre National des Lettres. Illustration Marcel Lecoufle‎


‎La neutralité de ce livre n’est qu’apparente. Il s’agit de mettre en évidence, de manière plus détaillée et approfondie que précédemment, l’apparition constante des variations sur lesquelles peut agir la sélection. La démarche est claire : Darwin s’attache désormais à développer et renforcer ce qui dans l’origine est jugé insuffisant ou sujet à caution...un livre “pour faire du bien à l’Origine”. Bon état d’occasion ‎

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‎DARWIN (Charles)‎

Reference : FAU.DAR.181876

‎De la variation des animaux et des plantes à l'état domestique (2 tomes)‎

‎Paris C. Reinwald et Cie 1879-1880 2 vol. 23 x 14 cm tome 1 (XIII-494 p.) Tome 2 (523 p.). ex. non rognés (tranches un peu brunies). Intérieur frais. dos insolés. ‎


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‎DARWIN Charles‎

Reference : 73062

(1862)

‎De l'origine des espèces ou des lois du progrès chez les êtres organisés‎

‎Guillaumin & Cie & Victor Masson & fils, Paris 1862, 11,5x18,5cm, relié.‎


‎Edition originale de la traduction française établie par Mademoiselle Clémence-Auguste Royer. Reliure en demi veau rouge, dos à quatre nerfs sertis de pointillés dorés et orné de doubles caissons dorés agrémentés de motifs typographiques dorés, doubles filets dorés soulignant les plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, reliure de l'époque. Quelques petites rousseurs. Ouvrage orné d'une planche dépliante. Rare et agréable exemplaire, établi en reliure de l'époque, de l'un plus importants textes scientifiques du XIXème siècle. - Photos sur www.Edition-originale.com - ‎

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‎DARWIN Charles‎

Reference : 656

‎De l’origine des Espèces par sélection Naturelle ou des lois de transformation des êtres organisés.Traduction de Mme Clémence ROYER avec préfaces et notes du traducteur. Mention de 3ème édition ‎

‎in 8 demi-cuir,titre,fer dorés.filets à froid.Faux-titre, titre,LXXI,614 pages.Guillaumin & Cie,K.Masson et fils 1870.une coiffe réparée.Mors supérieurs fragiles. ‎


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‎DARWIN, CHARLES.‎

Reference : 53224

(1891)

‎De Reis van de "Beagle": dagboek van de onderzoekingen. [i.e. English "Journal of Researches" or "Voyage of the Beagle") - [FIRST DUTCH TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S "JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES"]‎

‎Arnhem-Nijmegen, E. & M Cohen, (1891). 8vo. In publisher's half cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine. Light occassional brownspotting to first few and last leaves, otherwise fine and clean. VII, (1), 568 pp‎


‎First Dutch translation of Darwin's Journal of researches, now known as Voyage of the Beagle, being his first published book. As Darwin later recalled in his autobiography 'The voyage of the Beagle has been by far the most important event in my life and has determined my whole career'. "On its first appearance in its own right, also in 1839, it was called Journal of researches into the geology and natural history etc. The second edition, of 1845, transposes 'geology' and 'natural history' to read Journal of researches into the natural history and geology etc., and the spine title is Naturalist's voyage. The final definitive text of 1860 has the same wording on the title page, but the spine readsNaturalist's voyage round the world, and the fourteenth thousand of 1879 places A naturalist's voyage on the title page. The voyage of the Beagle first appears as a title in the Harmsworth Library edition of 1905. It is a bad title: she was only a floating home for Darwin, on which, in spite of good companionship, he was cramped and miserably sea-sick; whilst the book is almost entirely about his expeditions on land." (Freeman)Freeman 176‎

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‎DARWIN, CHARLES. ‎

Reference : 58188

(1967)

‎Descendenta omului si selectia sexuala. (i.e. English: "Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex"). - [FIRST ROMANIAN TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S "DESCENT OF MAN"]‎

‎[Bucuresti], Editura Academici Pepublicii Socialiste România, 1967. Folio. With the original printed wrappers in publisher's full cloth with gilt lettering to spine and gilt ornamentation to spine forming 6 compartments. Wrappers with several nicks and tears, lacking lower 3 cm of spine and top 5 cm of back wrapper. Internally fine and clean. XVI, 553 pp. + frontiespiece of Darwin.‎


‎First Romanian translation of Darwin's "Descent of Man".Not in Freeman. ‎

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‎DARWIN (Charles)‎

Reference : 57640

(1878)

‎Des différentes formes de fleurs dans les plantes de la même espèce -‎

‎Sous couverture souple et muette. Pages non-ébarbées et non-coupées. Mis à part quelques petites piqures éparse, belle fraîcheur du papier. Contenu orné de quinze gravures en noir et blanc in-texte. ‎


‎Paris. C. Reinwald et Cie. 1878. - 363 pp. In-8. Broché. En bon état. 1 volume. ÉDITION ORIGINALE française.Ouvrage traduit de l'anglais avec permission de l'auteur et annoté par le Dr Edouard Heckel, précedé d'une préface analytique du Prof. Coutance.Erratas en toute fin d'ouvrage.Livre de Science dont l'auteur n'est autre que le père de la Théorie de l'évolution, l'Anglais Charles Darwin. ‎

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‎ DARWIN ( Charles).‎

Reference : c3460

‎ Des Différentes formes de Fleurs dans les Plantes de la même espèce par Ch. Darwin. Ouvrage traduit de l'anglais avec autorisation de l'auteur et annoté par le Dr Edouard Heckel, précédé d'une Préfaec analytique du Prof. Coutance.‎

‎ Paris, Reinwald et Cie, 1878; grand in-8°, couverture muette d'attente ; XXXVIpp.,361pp.,1f.; rares jaunissures à 3 feuillets, intérieur frais.Illustré de 15 figures dans le texte.‎


‎Exemplaire non coupé, dans une couverture d'attente , de la première traduction française. (GrMD) ‎

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‎DARWIN ( Charles).‎

Reference : c2496

‎Des effets de la fécondation croisée et de la fécondation directe dans le Régne Végétal. Ouvrage traduit de l'anglais et annoté avec autorasition de l'auteur par le Dr Edouard Heckel‎

‎ Paris, C. Reinwald et Cie, 1877 ; grand in-8°,broché, couverture meutte d'attente de papier blanc; XVpp.,496pp.; exemplaire non coupé.‎


‎1ère édition française sous couverture muette d'attente.(GrMD) ‎

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‎DARWIN, CHARLES.‎

Reference : 26264

(1908)

‎Die Abstammung des Menschen. Deutsch von Heinrich Schmidt. 11.-15. Tausend.‎

‎Leipzig, Alfred krÃner, (1908-09). Orig. printed wrappers. VI,154 pp.‎


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‎DARWIN (Charles)‎

Reference : 501420

‎Die Abstammung des Menschen und die geschlechtliche Zuchtwahl. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von J. Victor Carus, in zwei Bänden‎

‎Stuttgart, Schweizerbart'sche Verlagshandlung, 1875 2 volumes in-8° reliés demi-toile brune, dos lisse et muet, tampon de bibliothèque en page de garde, VII + 432 + V + 446 pages, illustrations, quelques rousseurs éparses, bon état. ‎


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‎Darwin (Charles)‎

Reference : 898

(1908)

‎Die Enstehung der Arten - Volkausgabe‎

‎Alfred Kröner Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1908 Book Condition, Etat : Bon broché In-8 1 vol. - 297 pages‎


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‎DARWIN, CHARLES.‎

Reference : 26265

(1909)

‎Die geschlechtliche Zuchtwahl. Deutsch von Heinrich Schmidt.‎

‎Leipzig, Alfred KrÃner, (1909). Orig. printed wrappers. VI,288 pp., textillustr.‎


‎(KrÃners Volksausgabe).‎

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‎DARWIN Charles‎

Reference : 45058

‎DOWN HOUSE. THE HOME OF CHARLES DARWIN.‎

‎English Heritage, 1998, in-4 broché, 48 pp illustrées. Couverture en bon état, intérieur en très bon état.‎


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‎DARWIN Charles‎

Reference : 52553

‎GESAMMELTE WERKE.‎

‎Aus dem Englischen uebersetzt von J. Victor Carus. Autorisierte deutsche Ausgabe. Schweizerbart, Stuttgart, 1875-1878. In-8 p. (cm. 22x14,5), 16 parti in 12 volumi, mz. pelle coeva con ang., dorso a cordoni con fregi e titolo oro, illustrati da numer. figg. inc. su legno nel t. e tavole fuori testo <br> Lopera cosi' composta:<br>- "Vol. I": "Reise eines Naturforschers um die Welt", 1875, pp. XII,596, con 14 figg. <br>- "Vol. II": "Ueber die Entstehung der Arten durch natuerliche Zuchtwahl", 1876, pp. VIII,592, con un ritratto di Darwin.<br>- "Voll. III e IV": "Das Variiren der Thiere und Pflanzen im Zustande der Domestication" - parte I e parte II - 1878, pp. X,497; X,540, con 43 figg. <br>- "Voll. V e VI": Die Abstammung des Menschen und die geschlechtliche Zuchtwahl", 1875, pp. VIII,432, V,446; con 78 figg. <br>- "Vol. VII": "Der Ausdruck der Gemuethsbewegungen bei dem Menschen und den Thieren", 1877, pp. VIII,344, con 21 figg. e 7 tavole di ill. fotografiche in b.n. fuori testo<br>- "Vol. VIII": "Insectenfressende Pflanzen", 1876, pp. VIII,412, con 30 figg. <br>- "Vol. IX": parte I "Die Bewegungen und Lebensweise der kletternden Pflanzen", 1876, pp. VIII,160, con 13 figg. - parte II: "Die verschiedenen Einrichtungen durch welche Orchideen von Insecten befruchtet werden", 1877, pp. XI,259, con 38 figg. - parte III: "Die verschiedenen Bluethenformen an Pflanzen der naemlichen Art", 1877, pp. VIII,304, con 15 figg.<br> - "Vol. X": "Die Wirkungen der Kreuz- und Selbst- Befruchtung im Pflanzenreich", 1877, pp. VIII,459.<br>- "Vol. XI": parte I "Ueber den Bau und die Verbreitung der Corallen-Riffe", 1876, pp. XIV,231, con 3 carte di cui 1 geografica a colori, pi volte ripieg., fuori testo e 6 figg. - parte II "Geologische Beobachtungen ueber die Vulcanischen Inseln mit kurzen Bemerkungen ueber die Geologie von Australien und dem Cap der Guten Hoffnung", 1877, pp. VIII,176, con 1 carta geograf. ripieg., fuori testo e 14 figg. <br>- "Vol. XII": parte I "Geologische Beobachtungen ueber Sued-America angestellt waehrend der Reise des Beagle in den Jahren 1832-1836", 1878, pp. X,400, con 24 figg. nel t.; 1 carta geografica del Sud America, pi volte ripieg. e 4 tavole (pure pi volte ripieg.) di cui 1 a colori e 3 in b.n. che raffigurano 77 specie di conchiglie, fuori testo - parte II "Kleinere Geologische Abhandlungen", 1878, pp. VI,104, con 1 carta geografica del Sud America a doppia pag. fuori testo e 14 figg. <br>Esemplare molto ben conservato. ‎


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‎DARWIN, CHARLES.‎

Reference : 51711

(1873)

‎Het Uitdrukken der Gemoedsaandoeningen bij den Mensch en de Dieren. [i.e.: "The Expression of the Emotions in Man"]. - [FIRST DUTCH TRANSLATION OF DARWIN'S "THE EXPRESSION OF THE EMOTIONS IN MAN"]‎

‎The Hague, Joh. Ykema, 1873. 8vo. In the original publisher's embossed full red cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. Previous owner's name to front end-paper and traces after a stamp to lower part of title-page. Spine with a bit of wear, otherwise a fine and clean copy. IX, (1), 435 pp.‎


‎The rare first Dutch translation of Darwin's The Expression of the Emotions in Man published the year after the original. The Expression of the Emotions "is an important member of the evolutionary set, and it was written, in part at least, as a confutation of the idea that the facial muscles of expression in man were a special endowment." (Freeman p. 142). Darwin concluded that "the chief expressive actions exhibited by man and by the lower animals are now innate or inherited."Freeman 1182.‎

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