Smith, C., Costa, J., & Collard, D. (2019). An Alfred Russel Wallace companion .
From the publishers sight.
Although Alfred Russel Wallace (1823–1913) was one of the most famous scientists in the world at the time of his death at the age of ninety, today he is known to many as a kind of “almost-Darwin,” a secondary figure relegated to the footnotes of Darwin’s prodigious insights. But this diminution could hardly be less justified. Research into the life of this brilliant naturalist and social critic continues to produce new insights into his significance to history and his role in helping to shape modern thought.
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Smith, C., Costa, J., & Collard, D. (2019). An Alfred Russel Wallace companion . The University of Chicago Press.