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The Voyage of the Beagle

Charles Darwin (1809-1882)

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1. 00 – Preface
2. 01-1 – St. Jago and Cape De Verd Islands
3. 01-2 – St. Jago and Cape De Verd Islands
4. 02-1 – Rio de Janeiro
5. 02-2 – Rio de Janeiro
6. 03-1 – Maldonado
7. 03-2 – Maldonado
8. 04-1 – Rio Negro to Bahia Blanca
9. 04-2 – Rio Negro to Bahia Blanca
10. 05-1 – Bahia Blanca
11. 05-2 – Bahia Blanca
12. 06-1 – Bahia Blanca to Buenos Ayres
13. 06-2 – Bahia Blanca to Buenos Ayres
14. 07-1 – Buenos Ayres and St. Fe
15. 07-2 – Buenos Ayres and St. Fe
16. 08-1 – Banda Oriental and Patagonia
17. 08-2 – Banda Oriental and Patagonia
18. 08-3 – Banda Oriental and Patagonia
19. 09-1 – Santa Cruz, Patagonia, and the Falkland Islands
20. 09-2 – Santa Cruz, Patagonia, and the Falkland Islands
21. 10-1 – Tierra del Fuego
22. 10-2 – Tierra del Fuego
23. 11-1 – Strait of Magellan and Climate of the Southern Coasts
24. 11-2 – Strait of Magellan and Climate of the Southern Coasts
25. 12-1 – Central Chile
26. 12-2 – Central Chile
27. 13-1 – Chiloe and Chonos Islands
28. 13-2 – Chiloe and Chonos Islands
29. 14-1 – Chiloe and Concepcion: Great Earthquake
30. 14-2 – Chiloe and Concepcion: Great Earthquake
31. 15-1 – Passage of the Cordillera
32. 15-2 – Passage of the Cordillera
33. 16-1 – Northern Chile and Peru
34. 16-2 – Northern Chile and Peru
35. 16-3 – Northern Chile and Peru
36. 17-1 – Galapagos Archipelago
37. 17-2 – Galapagos Archipelago
38. 17-3 – Galapagos Archipelago
39. 18-1 – Tahiti and New Zealand
40. 18-2 – Tahiti and New Zealand
41. 18-3 – Tahiti and New Zealand
42. 19-1 – Australia
43. 19-2 – Australia
44. 20-1 – Keeling Island: Coral Formations
45. 20-2 – Keeling Island: Coral Formations
46. 20-3 – Keeling Island: Coral Formations
47. 21-1 – Mauritius to England
48. 21-2 – Mauritius to England

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Genres

Summary

The book, also known as Darwin’s Journal of Researches, is a vivid and exciting travel memoir as well as a detailed scientific field journal covering biology, geology, and anthropology that demonstrates Darwin’s keen powers of observation, written at a time when Western Europeans were still discovering and exploring much of the rest of the world. Although Darwin revisited some areas during the expedition, for clarity the chapters of the book are ordered by reference to places and locations rather than chronologically. With hindsight, ideas which Darwin would later develop into his theory of evolution by natural selection are hinted at in his notes and in the book .

Reviews

Mitch

- Fantastic Listening

This book is amazing! You can follow Darwin’s travels and adventures in your minds eye around the world. I really want my grandchildren to read this book. So many things about this book are applicable to life, nature, science and even the politics of today. A must listen or read!

chloe

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